Love your neighbor as yourself! This verse sounds deep and expresses respect and kindness, but it gets even deeper when we see people who experience it.
Lane Unhjem, a farmer in Crosby, North Dakota, said his combine caught fire while harvesting. He soon suffered a heart attack.
Knowing this, the neighbors knew they needed to lend a helping hand. Well, this is for the neighbors, isn’t it?
With the help of 11 harvesters, 6 grain machines, 15 semi-finished products and other agricultural equipment, about 50 people harvested over 1,000 acres in just seven hours.
“After I spoke with several farmers and received my equipment, other people started calling. We were offered equipment and workers from all over the state to come with it, ”a friend of Lane’s family told KYFR. …
Don Anderson, one of Lane’s good neighbors who helped harvest the crop, shared a fascinating story on his Facebook page. “The Unkhjam people can harvest today and store it in the trash, and most importantly, they will be comfortable knowing that they have friends who can help them during this difficult time, pray and do their best. , “He wrote.