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Wednesday, August 28, 2019

I LOVE NOVEL IDEAS!

I heard on the news yesterday there is a naturally occurring pumice rock raft in the ocean headed toward Australia.  Read about it HERE



This floating island of rock was created by a volcano explosion deep in the ocean off Tonga Island.  Fifty Eight square miles of floating pumice rocks of various sizes are making the slow journey--hopefully toward the Great Barrier reef.  Scientist have their fingers crossed (Do scientist cross their fingers--after all they only believe in science) that the raft will eventually meet up with the reef and help to restore the organisms destroyed there by man and climate change.  The organisms needed are hitching a ride in the porous rock.  The meeting of the two could be the saving of the slow death of the reef as the new organisms regenerate one of the ecological wonders of the world.



SO God has allowed this huge explosion which created a floating island of floating rock, which has become transport for the organisms needed to save one of His Wonders.  WHY-would we be surprised that God could do this?  Once again he has stepped in and created a miracle of redemption.  God has used nature to get us out of a mess.  What a NOVEL IDEA!



4 comments:

  1. Trust in the Lord with all your heart. Never rely on what you think you know. Remember the Lord in everything you do, and he will show you the right way. (Proverbs 3:5-6)

    God bless.

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  2. How amazing is that??? Yes, God is still in the business of miracles, and I, for one, am so glad He is.
    Blessings, Lulu!

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    1. Amen, Martha! We only need to believe!
      Blessings!

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