God’s Broadcasting Station



“I love to

think of nature

as an unlimited

broadcasting station,

through which God

speaks to us every hour,

if we will only tune in.”


–George Washington Carver


If you think you’re lost, you are.

If you believe that a Power greater than yourself

can show you the way, you will never be alone.

Today, tune in and space out on the glorious

and magnificent world that the Great Creator has

made for us to enjoy.

Kindness is tuning in to God’s broadcasting station.

Kindness is the beginning of a life filled with love.


ME and the Boss






About meandtheboss

Jack of some trades, master of none. Happy to help when I can. Becoming a curmudgeon and learning to love it. View all posts by meandtheboss

3 responses to “God’s Broadcasting Station

  • theshepherdspresence

    I’m back from my blogging hiatus. I know I missed some good words from you and what a wonderful quote by Carver to start my day. All of Creation is a testimony of God if we will but listen. And if we do not allow ourselves to be disillusioned by the universal acid of Darwinism.

  • seeker

    Good Morning, Wonderful post to start a new day. Blessings.

  • nmartinez1938

    The chaotic state of world affairs today makes it imperative we keep our hearts and mind tuned to the voices from the heavens above. We must avail ourselves to receive the messages of hope and peace to strengthen our continued sojourn on this, God’s, troubled planet. There is still great joy in service to others, bringing the broadcast so needed for this age. I too am back after taking a break.

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