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csd9013
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Poison Sumac

Post by csd9013 on Thu 18 May 2017, 8:21 am

Otherwise known as poison ivy or poison oak.
It wreaks havoc, causing a nasty outbreak of itchy bumps, welts, blisters and scratching insanity.


It’s so crazy those harmless looking green leaves can pole vault us into a scratching maniac.
The toxic oil on the plant is called urushiol, Japanese for lacquer. It is the same oil used to coat Japanese pottery and make it shine and sparkle.



WHAT? Yes, that is what I said.

On skin the oil is toxic. But when placed in the hands of craftsmen, it can be turned into something sparkling and beautiful. It’s kind of like when God takes a toxic situation and turns it into something we could have never imagined.

There are so many things that can hurt, hinder, and overwhelm us if we are trying to handle life on our own. But when we give it to God, he can take the detrimental and make it beneficial. What might otherwise be evil, the Lord has a way of turning around for our good.

Amazing, huh?

No matter what you’re facing today, or what kind of toxic, harmful, or unpleasant circumstance—you’re dealing with, trust God to do what only he can, he is working all things together for your good.

Instead of itching from poison sumac, ask yourself a question. Are you itching for Jesus today? Let’s live the blessed life because it is indeed the best life.

Psalm 46:1 NIV reminds us, “God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in times of trouble.”
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Re: Poison Sumac

Post by Lobo on Thu 18 May 2017, 2:40 pm

Amen

    Current date/time is Thu 19 Apr 2018, 4:50 am