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Beauty From The Ashes

The Lord makes marvellous things from what appears to be impossible situation.

Ashes is the residue left behind after a solid substance is burnt.

The chemical composition of this residue depends on the substance that was burnt. For example the ashes left behind from burning wood is mainly comprised of calcium carbonate.

Can anything good comes from the ashes or is it useless?

Gardeners have discovered that adding a little wood ash to compose can add valuable nutrients in the soil, it can also keep away certain pests.

Ashes can also be used as cleaning agent and in the manufacturing of soap.

There is purpose in every situation even when it appears dry and lifeless.

God can you turn the dry bones into a mighty army.

Though the desert is parched and void, God can make rivers and springs flows in the desert.

The vast barren wilderness appears overwelming, but never fear you will not lose your way because God will make a road in the desert.

Is there anything too hard for the Lord?

Isaiah 43; Ezekiel 37.

 

6 Comments »

  1. It is true about the use of the wood ashes that us Gardners did use. I as a child remembered my mother had taught me the use of it, and her mother taught her the use of the wood ashes. And the garden was so beautiful and green and it did kept certain pest away. Yes!! Beauty from Ashes I Strongly Agree there isn’t anything to hard for our Heavenly Father. I look at my life today in what He has done, and is still doing in and with my life for His purpose. I’m so Thankful and Grateful for it. God Bless you and thank you for sharing this with us. ((Hugs)) Shalom!! Agape!! 🙂

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