Buried But Not Dead
Let the Light of Jesus presence bring life everlasting.
In about 1956 a Montana farmer received an unusual gift from a friend. He was sent a bag of wheat. He was glad for the grain, but this was no ordinary seed bag. The kernels he was holding were 4000 years old, discovered in King Tut’s tomb. Not expecting any results he took the grain and planted it. How could seed 4000 years old grow? But it did; not only did it spout, but it produced well above the production of wheat his grain produced. Deep within the belly of the earth in total darkness lay dormant Egyptian wheat, just waiting for light and water to deliver life.
The Lord gives you illustrations in nature how His loves works.
You may think a soul you cherish is lost in the darkness with not a glimmer of hope; dead to every impulse for good, but every seed you plant has life within its kernel.
Your words and prayers bring light to darkness and life to what seems dead.