Thought for the Day
When Norris Dam was first built in the hills of East Tennessee, a worker on the night shift noticed how strange it was to hear the great dynamos humming in the quiet of the night and then look across the lake and see cabins lit with kerosene lamps. When he asked about it, he was told the transmission lines had not been laid yet. Even though the folks lived in the shadow of this great hydro-electric dam, they could not receive its power.
A power is available to all of us that dwarfs hydro-electric power by comparison; it is God’s power. The lines for that power were laid when Jesus, God’s son, lived and died and rose again.
That power is available, but many choose to ignore it. They struggle along in spiritual weakness. What a Shame! The greatest power in the universe is ours for the asking.