Shortly after Herman Ostry purchased some property in Bruno, Nebraska; a nearby creek flooded his new barn with 29 inches of water. Herman’s son, Mike, started to think about how they could resolve this problem. he counted how many boards, timbers, nails, etc. and estimated the weight of the barn at 19,000 pounds (9.5 tons). He figured that if everyone would pitch in (344 We need always to be moving to higher groundtownspeople) that each person would only need to lift 55 pounds each, to carry the barn to higher ground.
On June 30, 1988, Mike designed a grid of steel tubing to serve as “Barn Handles”. Herman counted 1..2..3..Lift! The barn rose up off the ground with no trouble at all. The 344 townspeople carried the 9-ton barn up hill 50 yards to higher ground.
We need always to be moving to higher ground
We need always to be moving to higher ground. In 2 Corinthians chapter 8, the Apostle Paul gives us Continue reading Pressing for Higher Ground