My neighbor called and asked if I saw the cow he left in my pens by the highway. My wife and I and grandchildren were dressed and on our way for a evening swim at the windmill. I had on flip flops and bathing suit, anyway to the pens I went. The pens had some high weeds but because she stood calmly in the corner I thought I would move her to a better pen. Well, just as I got inside the pen, closed the gate and turned around here she came madder than a hornet. To boot, she had a pair of the sharpest horns I have ever seen on any Corriente cow. Losing flip flops and pride I made it to the fence on the other side of the pen. It is not easy to lay astraddle of a two inch pipe five feet in the air. That event reminded me of something in the Bible. The word Horn is used especially in the Old Testament and has several meanings. It can mean the horns of a wild ox or the power of God or the power of man or people, good or bad, (Numbers 23:22&24:8). It can also refer to salvation, blessings or deliverance by God for Christians or believers, (2 Samuel 22:3, Psalm 89:17,18,24). Or it can refer to the humiliation and destruction of the disobedient, unbelieving, (Deuteronomy 33:17, Psalm 75:4&5). See you in Church next Sunday.