We were pounded with one storm after another.
So like I said… it’s my life right now. And it got me thinking.
First, I thought about how snowflakes are like people…
Some are big
Some are small
Some travel in clumps (like women to a restroom)
Then I had to ask Google how a snow flake actually forms…
A snowflake begins to form when an extremely cold water droplet freezes onto a pollen or dust particle in the sky. This creates an ice crystal. As the ice crystal falls to the ground, water vapor freezes onto the primary crystal, building new crystals – the arms of the snowflake.
After I read that explanation I was blown away…
[Am I the only one that did not know about the pollen/dust factor of snow?]
Then I realized… Christians are like snowflakes!
A human is just a speck of dust or pollen floating lost through the sky until it/they are met with water…
It covers them and they become a crystal…
The tiny snowflakes move and are blown around by the wind…
After the transformation from dust to an ice crystal and the addition of wind…
These ice crystals can bump into each other in the sky they sometimes create larger clumps/flakes…
Then they land they form together with the rest of the dropped snow…
Think Church/Bible Study/Small Group.
But, when the wind really moves the snowflakes they are a force to be reckoned with. They have the power/strength/might to close freeways, collapse roofs, and create giant drifts.
When individually examined and/or when assembled with a bazillion other flakes on a mountaintop… They also make for a breath taking sight.
A single snow flake is weak, powerless, and easily lost.
What if we were to assemble with the flakes (no pun intended) around us and become a force to be reckoned with?
An unstoppable amazing force.
Create a snow drift
Cause an avalanche
Who around you can you start a conversation with?
What could you achieve if you “stuck” together?
What could we do if we assembled?
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