Not Too Late

Last week, one of the things the Pres and I wanted to do was pick a few bags of corn so we could put it up for the Winter.

Earlier this summer, the Pres had helped his daughter and her hubby prepare several bags for their freezer.  Although the corn was good then, the Pres suggested that we wait until the September pick.

The day was perfect...warm in the sun with a cool breeze as we made our way up and down the rows, picking only the best.

Once the bags were full, rather than carrying them to the truck, we left them at the end of the row for pick-up at the end.

Rows and rows later, the Pres drove the truck stopping periodically to throw in another bag of the savory, yellow, sweet, juicy corn.

We picked all that corn in just a short time and the next two days we worked on preparing it for it's next life...the freezer.

As of this week, our friends farm is still picking which to me says it's not too late to head to your local farm to stock up!  If you've never had frozen fresh corn, you should.

Wishing I could share with you...:)


EG CameraGirl said…
Fresh corn is the best!!
Steve Finnell said…

The Pharisees and scribes were experts at keeping man-made traditions.

Mark 7:1-9 ......9 He was also saying to them, "You are experts at setting aside the commandment of God in order to hold to the tradition of men."

Do religious men today set aside God's commandments in order to keep the traditions in their creed books, catechisms, and man-made statements of faith?

Men say obedience to God is not essential to salvation because we are saved by grace alone.

Hebrews 5:9 And having been made perfect, He became to all who obey Him the source of eternal salvation,

Where is the Scripture that says we are saved by grace alone, therefore, obedience is not required for salvation?

Men say water baptism is not essential for the forgiveness of sins.

Acts 2:38 Peter said to them, "Repent, and each of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins; and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.

Where is the Scripture that says water baptism is not for the forgiveness of sins? There is none.

Men say the purpose of water baptism is simply an act of obedience and an example of faith given for others. Where is the Scriptures that state these doctrines? It is only found in the writings of men. God did not say it.

Men say water baptism plays no part in salvation.

1 Peter 3:21 Corresponding to that, baptism now saves you---not the removal of dirt from the flesh, but an appeal to God for a good conscience---through the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Where is the Scripture that says water baptism does not save you?

Men say that mankind is saved by faith only. Where is the Scripture that says men are saved by faith only?

Jesus said men shall be saved if they believe and are baptized. Men say that you are saved without being baptized in water.

Mark 16:16 He who has believed and has been baptized shall be saved; but he who has disbelieved shall be condemned.

Where is the Scripture that states men should be baptized because they have already been saved?


(All Scripture from: NEW AMERICAN STAND BIBLE)

MadSnapper said…
so you freeze it on the cob? mother froze tons of it every year, but we had to take if off the cob. that was the best corn ever. yum
Linda said…
Yummy! Linda@Wetcreek Blog
Pamela Gordon said…
I just realized that I haven't had fresh corn on the cob this fall!!!! Eeeek. That's not good. I think the season is over here. You and the Pres got a good supply to do the winter. A lot of work for a tasty treat though!
Anonymous said…
It's so easy to do and I had plans to do so but my freezer is full to the room in the inn.
Ann said…
a long long long time ago we froze fresh corn and maybe we didn't do it right but it wasn't so good when we finally ate it

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