Campfire – July 13

It is the season of year for camp fires and marsh mellows. Have you ever wondered why camp fire smoke seems to follow you? It turns out there is a reason for this phenomenon. Ctv news recently interviewed an expert on this from Environment Canada, Kerry Anderson. Apparently, it all boils down to physics. When a person stands next to a fire created a barrier that blocks the surrounding air creating a low-pressure zone. This draws the smoke. This can be understood. Did you know there is a phenomenon from the Bible that the Psalmist could not understand? It had to do with how well God knowns us. In Psalm 139 verse 3 it reads, “You comprehend my path and my lying down, And are acquainted with all my ways. In verse 6 it reads, “Such knowledge is too wonderful for me; It is high, I cannot attain it.”
Pastor Gary Harris – Georgetown Baptist Church
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