Do you like tiny things?
Model trains chug through small tunnels. They puff over twiggy bridges. They pass by little leafy buildings.
This was the “Holiday Train Show.” It was held at the New York Botanical [buh-tan-eh-kul] Garden.
Paul B. set up his first show 30 years ago. People still love his tiny creations.
Pray: You are small. Ask God to use you in big ways for His glory.
Read More: Paul Busse was a landscape architect years ago. He loved model trains. And he liked to use leaves, twigs, acorns, and moss. He makes tiny towns and countrysides for the trains to pass through. His company is called Applied Imagination, Ltd. It takes his employees about 250 hours to make the small exhibits. An 11-foot replica of the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina, is the largest exhibit the group has ever done. It took them almost 3,000 hours to build! God uses small things. Matthew 13:32 says, “Though it (a mustard seed) is the smallest of all seeds, yet when it grows, it is the largest of garden plants and becomes a tree, so that the birds come and perch in its branches.” (NIV)