What A Great Day - July 4th

If you haven't been keeping up, I've been driving for the last few days.  1,420 miles to be exact.

So what did I see?

I saw beautiful, majestic mountains.  Calm and warm sands of the sea shore.  I saw capital buildings and real log cabins.  I met people who were friendly and some who were downright rude.  Others who cared about me and some who were wondering why I was there.  I saw huge peanut farms and fields of corn.  Big rivers with paddle boats and more trucks and truck driver than I will remember.  The weather changed, some complained about how hot it was.  I knew they had never been to Florida.  The altitude changed my ears popped, I had forgotten how that felt after living at sea level for so long.  I saw the worst and the best, the good and the bad, the impressive and depressing.

Psalm 33:12 Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord, the people whom he has chosen as his heritage!

In a few moments, my wife and I are going to meet with some friends and watch the fireworks.  We are going to share some cold waters and ice creams sandwiches with everyone there too.  

PRAY:  Thank You, Jesus, that I live in a country where I can worship You!  AMEN 

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