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Our Values

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NOT UNTO US, O LORD, NOT UNTO US, BUT UNTO THY NAME GIVE GLORY, FOR THY MERCY, AND FOR THY TRUTH’S SAKE.”

PSALM 115:1

Our ranch logo is a Lemniscate, or an infinite symbol. We felt led to use the symbol after seeing some rolled pieces of barbed wire twist themselves into the shape of the Lemniscate; and, upon recognizing it, our thoughts went unto the infinite majesty and splendor of God, including his infinite free and sovereign grace that he demonstrated through his only begotten Son, Jesus Christ.

Our highest goal is to glorify the One, True, Living God in all that we do as a family, a business, and as individuals.

We strive to honor God by placing Biblical precepts at the core of our lives and business.

We strive to show kindness, gentleness, peacefulness, joy, patience,

and faithfulness, towards everyone we meet.

We educate and encourage through online content, classes, and conversation.

We desire to build strong communities through active participation in local events.

We desire to support local businesses and encourage others to do the same.

We produce quality products and will be honest in our descriptions and reviews of our own products, and those from other sources.

We strive to prevent problems and fix any that can't be prevented.

We desire to help make better people through the publication of beneficial resources and personal interaction.

THE INFINITY OF GOD

by Isaac Watts

Great God! how infinite art Thou!
What worthless worms are we!
Let the whole race of creatures bow,
And pay their praise to Thee!

Thy throne eternal ages stood,
Ere seas or stars were made;
Thou art the ever-living God,
Were all the nations dead.

Nature and time quite naked lie
To Thy immense survey,
From the formation of the sky,
To the last great burning day.

Eternity, with all its years,
Stands present in Thy view;
To Thee there’s nothing old appears –
Great God! there’s nothing new!

Our lives through various scenes are drawn,
And vexed with trifling cares,
While Thy eternal thought moves on
Thy undisturbed affairs.

Great God! how infinite are Thou!
What worthless worms are we!
Let the whole race of creatures bow,
And pay their praise to Thee!

by Isaac Watts
from Gadsby’s Selection of Hymns

for Public Worship
(London, 1838) Page 17.

(See: Deuteronomy 33:26-27;

Psalms 90:1-2; 106:48; 147:5).

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