The red and white stack is intriguing. I'd love to know what's at the bottom, below the fog. I have dug deeper, and I know that the stack is attached to a factory in a small town along a river in western Pennsylvania. It's an interesting town worth exploring. Romans 8:28 is a verse quite familiar to most of us. We've heard it quoted. We've heard sermons based on it, and we've probably quoted it ourselves. The sermon probably helped us see deeper into that verse and those surrounding it, but I'll bet we could get more if we were to dig deeper ourselves, not only into this particular verse but to the entire eighth chapter of Romans. It's interesting to look at this chapter in my wife's Bible. Underlinings, notes, asterisks, and other markings abound. She's dug fairly deep into Romans 8. An expansion to the entire book of Romans for deep digging will be more rewarding, as would a deep dig into John, chapter three; Matthew, chapter 24, Matthew, chapter five, Psalm 91, etc. Well, you get the idea. Digging deeper into the Word is always a worthwhile and rewarding undertaking.
"And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose" (NIV).