This tree still burns.

Wildfires blazed in California last year. All were put out.

But it is dry in the forest. A giant sequoia [si-kwoi-eh] still smokes there. The tree is so big. It is not a fire danger.

Read More: Areas of Sequoia National Park were burned by the Castle Fire last year. It took five months to contain the fire. Some places still are smoking and smoldering. The winter was quite dry in California. Now there is drought in many places. Rain has not put out the smoke coming from this sequoia. But there are no flames. Zechariah 10:1 tells us, “Ask rain from the Lord who makes the storm clouds, and He will give them showers of rain.”