Crops Delayed could mean Higher Food Prices-Prepare yourself

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LISTEN NOW! John, Pat, Chris and Steve discussed because crops have been delayed there is a potential for increase in food prices.  CBN reports because of the “rainy weather and cooler temperatures this spring it is making life tough for farmers across the country, with many forced to delay planting crops. “  They continue to discuss how separated we are from the realities of life, in particular the process that is involved with our food going from the farm to the market.  They share that if crops are further delayed and go bad it could potential produce a food shortage causing the food that is produced or left to cost significantly more.  They encourage us to embrace humility and depend on the Lord and continue to honor Him with our tithes and offerings.
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