Ronald Reagan Praising a Farmer For His Crops
A farmer took a piece of unproductive land and made things flourish on it. Proud of his accomplishments, he asked his minister to come by and see what he had done. The minister was impressed. “That’s the tallest corn I’ve ever seen. I’ve never seen anything as big as those melons. Praise the Lord!” He went on that way about every crop, praising the Lord for it all. Finally the farmer couldn’t take it anymore. “Reverend,” he said, “I wish you could have seen this place when the Lord was doing it by himself.” (Ronald Reagan, in a speech in Indianapolis).