A mine in Australia has produced what its owner believes are two of the biggest gold specimens in recorded history.
The biggest of the stones came in at 198 pounds and is estimated by the company to contain about 143 pounds of gold, a total that at current prices would be worth around $2.6 million
The second-biggest piece weighed 132 pounds and was valued at about $1.95 million.
Early estimates from RNC Minerals have put the total take of coarse gold from the cut at more than 562 pounds, or more than $10.4 million worth.
Airleg driller Henry Dole has been credited with uncovering the astonishing find at the 45-year-old Beta Hunt gold mine near Kambalda.
Here is what I like about this story…
They have been digging at this mine for 45 years….
And still getting gold, and not only that, but their biggest piece ever!
That is so much like the Word Of God.
Dig in it for years and years, and still haven’t seen it all or exhausted its treasury,
In fact, I believe that the greatest revelation and truth are still to come!
"And the words of the LORD are flawless, like silver purified in a crucible, like gold refined seven times" (Psalm 12:6).