by Ken Trivette

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Lessons from the Snow (3 of 7)
Series: Lessons from "Father" Nature
Ken D. Trivette
Job 38:22

I. The Diversity That Is Contained In The Snow!
A. The Form of Single Snowflakes
B. The Force of Several Snowflakes
II. The Adversity That Is Caused By The Snow!
A. The Burden Snow Can Bring
B. The Benefit Snow Can Bring
III. The Purity That Is Conveyed By The Snow!
A. The Cleansing That Is Symbolized
B. The Condition That Is Symbolized

1. When I hear people sing at Christmas time, "Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow." and "I'm dreaming of a white Christmas," I know that they did not grow up in a place where there was a lot of snow. If I could have my way it would never snow again. I grew up in the mountains of North Carolina where I saw my share of snow. I have shoveled enough snow to still give me nightmares. I have been stuck more times than I want to admit. I have seen all the blizzards I want to see, experienced all the power failures I want to experience, and shivered in all the sub-zero weather I want to be in. You are not going to hear me singing, "Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow." If you hear me sing it will be something spiritual such as, "Let it shine, let it shine, let it shine." I agree with Carl Reiner who said, "A lot of people like snow. I find it to be an unnecessary freezing of water."

2. I was looking at an advertisement this week for the Oriental Trading Company. I was amazed at all the snow paraphernalia they have. You can order snowflake erasers, personalized snowflake pencils, snowflake yo- yos, snowflake pinwheels, snowflake friendship bracelets, snowflake clackers, snowflake puzzles, snowflake shoelaces and even snowflake punch balls. I personally would rather have a Hawaiian yo-yo myself.

3. Yet, in spite of my dislike for snow, as I read the Bible I find that one of the things that God wants me to consider and draw spiritual lessons from is the snow. The word "snow" appears 24 times in Bible, s ...

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