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"Lord, I will follow You, but . .." Luke 9:61 When God tells you to do a thing that tests and opposes your common sense, you will come to what He wants, but turn back at the point of testing until you abandon to God by total surrender. Instead, you will say, “Yes, but, if I obey God, what about . . . ?”But If you are going to obey, He demands you risk what you believe by common sense. When you have faith in what He says, you find that He is consistent with common sense.(Oswald Chambers)

I grew up seeing the Amish buggy's rolling up and down the roads. Mrs. Graber used to sell her eggs door to door. I love their lifestyle of simplicity and God. The tv show about them is a lie and it angers me. They are joyful, God loving people.

  • Jan Beard

    Lancaster county, PA is known as the puppy mill capital of the U.S and the Amish dominate the trade.

  • Susan Vanderlaan

    Jackie Antos.....curious, where did you live? My maiden name is Graber and most all of my family on my dad's side are Amish. They live in the Shipshewana area of IN. Just wondered if your "Mrs. Graber" was maybe a relative! :)

  • Jackie Antos

    My Mrs. Graber was from small Montgomery, Indiana. It's where my grandparents lived and I spent most of my summers and free time there. Love it there!

  • Susan Vanderlaan

    A few hours away, but may be a relative, none the less. Glad you have great memories from there. :)

Amish black cat This is so cool because you have a buggy and a horse and a CAT and it looks like the cat likes to go places!

Amish children in buggy, How many times I've seen this and still love it so much.

Amish in Autumn - I ♥ Amish country in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - If you go there, eat at the Amish Barn Restaurant in Bird-In-Hand...The best chicken corn chowder, and hot apple dumplings!

Amish Closed Buggy - Ordnung prohibits the Amish from owning or driving a motorized. The Amish may request a neighbor to drive them, or may hire a driver and rent a car. The Amish may not travel on an airplane.

Yoder's Amish Farm in Millersburg, Ohio. (2 hours from Cleveland.) $12 with tour and buggy ride. Also have bakery there.