Whose leaves are for the healing of the nations.
Rev 22:2 In the middle of its street, and on either side of the river, was the tree of life, which bore twelve fruits, each tree yielding its fruit every month. The leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations.
God placed Myrtle in the midst of a poisonous and treasonous situation.
There was afoot a conspiracy to destroy all of the people of God in every place they were found to be. Such a conspiracy as would see all of them wiped out.
God placed his victory wreath of myrtle leaves upon the head of a beautiful damsel. She shone with His glory and was imbued with His compassion. Her form was like no other–all her saw her were attracted by the pure light that shone forth from within.
The King saw her form and was moved to have her–she was valuable to him so he put her in his harem…..
But there was more to her than outer beauty! Within Myrtle was healing balm. Within her laid down heart and poured out love surged mighty rivers of compassion and healing.
Myrtle lay down with tears in front of the King on behalf of her people.
The king saw her tears and and heard her prayer….and he/He granted her petition.
Healing in His wings!! Sons of God arise.
Myrtle time is hear and your beauty has brought you near.
Go down on your knees
And plead their case for ease
In this time of trouble and in this time of need.
Myrtle time is here
And Haman shall greatly fear!!
And so I saw that Myrtle shall be heard and the evil planned for the world shall be turned.
Feminine of H1918; Hadassah (or Esther): – Hadassah.
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