Volcano Dust

VOLCANO DUST
©Ray Waugh, Jr.

I never saw it, but some say that when Mount Pelée 1
erupted the sunsets were brilliant for months afterwards.

The tons of "Volcano Dust" remained aloft,
Held in suspension by the wind.

The Holy Spirit holds aloft 
our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Where Christ is, life has purpose and meaning. 
Where Christ is, life is full of beauty and color.

With Christ, life is filled with plenty of anticipation of 
an abundant life for years 
– eternal years –
to come.

The Holy Spirit like the wind
is always moving
revealing eternal beauty and divine character.

. . . and when He comes He will testify about me . . .

Note:

  • 1Pelée, Montagne, volcano, northern Martinique Island, French West Indies, rising to about 1463 m (about 4800 ft). It became famous after it erupted on May 8, 1902, destroying the city of Saint-Pierre and causing the death of about 30,000 people in the city and surrounding area. Saint-Pierre had only one survivor. Earlier eruptions took place in 1792 and 1851."Pelee, Montagne," Microsoft® Encarta® 96 Encyclopedia. © 1993-1995 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. © Funk & Wagnalls Corporation. All rights reserved.

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