Jul 26, 2020
Do you know what the dust in your home is typically comprised of? Well, with a little research one will discover that the typical household dust is comprised of the following: small amounts of plant pollen, human and animal hairs, textile fibers, paper fibers, minerals from soil, human skins cells, burnt meteorite particles, and many other materials which may be found in the local environment (Also, there are some dust mites that like to eat dead skin cells.) So here is what we know, the dust in your home is essentially particles from the environment that you live in. Which tells us that pretty much everything in our environment is slowly (very slowly) turning into dust.
Here is a simple truth we often forget: Eventually, everything turns to dust. The curse of sin has put humans and all of creation on the pathway of dust to dust. If this is truly the case, then it can make one wonder--"What's the point?" Discover God's purpose for us in part four of Reverse the Curse. We hope you find it helpful. Enjoy!