A Silenced Boast
Published on 04/24/2019
A Hanoverian countess was known for her disbelief in God and her conviction that no one could call life from a tomb. Before her death, she ensured that her tomb would be a mockery to belief in the resurrection. It was sealed with a slab of granite. Blocks of stone were placed around her tomb. Heavy iron clamps fastened the blocks together and to the granite slab. The inscription read: This burial place, purchased to all eternity, must never be opened. However, a small birch tree had other plans. Over the years it forced its way until the iron clamps … Listen NowFor more inspirational messages please visit Max Lucado.