Shelter

Old red barn with cupola at base of wheat farm road

A hundred years ago, they rose at 3:00 am to clean and feed and harness the horses for their work in the fields.

Old red barn with cupola at base of wheat farm road

Here, in this barn, they sheltered them. Nourished them. Readied them.

striped cupola tops historic barn in wheat field

Shelter. Nourishment. Preparation. Yes.

“This I declare about the LORD: He alone is my refuge, my place of safety; he is my God, and I trust him.”

—Psalm 91:2

 

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