It was hard to not notice the price sign at the Shell station on the northwest corner of Waverly and Old Lansing Roads on the southwest side of Lansing. It read $3.69.9 per gallon.
At the restaurant where I had breakfast with three other guys, conversations included talk of the higher prices. There were few SUVs and big pick-up trucks in the parking lot of our breakfast place.
While eating breakfast, we read Psalm 82 and talked about how it was relevant to our everyday lives. It was a reminder that God will hold leaders accountable for what they do. So if oil company leaders and politicians are boofing us on oil prices, they will be asked about it when they see God eyeball-to-eyeball.