In Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is a remarkable natural wonder—a pool about 40 feet deep and 300 feet across that Native Americans called “Kitch-iti-kipi,” or “the big cold water.” Today it is known as The Big Spring. It is fed by underground springs that push more than 10,000 gallons of water a minute through the rocks below and up to the surface. Additionally, the water keeps a constant temperature of 45 degrees Fahrenheit, meaning that even in the brutally cold winters of the Upper Peninsula the pool never freezes. Tourists can enjoy viewing the waters of Big Spring during any season of the year.
NOTE: Today marks a highlight on my blog as I post this devotional for today. According to my posting information - today is number 1,000 posts since I began my blog!
Also - the March, April and May 2014 edition of Our Daily Bread will be available free of charge at North Raleigh Church of the Nazarene on this Sunday - March 2, 2014.