Divine care for all

A Christian Science Perspective
from The Christian Science Monitor

Inspired by the Joshua trees that thrive in the stark Mojave Desert, today’s contributor explores the idea that God furnishes all of us, His children, with what we need to not only survive, but blossom, wherever we may be.

 

Joshua trees grow only in the Mojave Desert, where the annual rainfall averages less than five inches and temperatures range from well below freezing to over 100 degrees Fahrenheit. These stately trees grow and thrive in what appears to be pure rock and sand.

With such a forbidding environment surrounding these forests, it is difficult to imagine anything growing there at all. But despite this harsh environment, the trees grow to a height of between 15 and 40 feet. 

Read more on csmonitor.com.

 

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