Saturday, September 14, 2013

SUMMER'S LAST FLOWERS


"Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow:  they neither toil nor spin; 
and yet I say to you that even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one 
of these."  Matthew 6:28,29











As I watered the last of my remaining summer flowers this morning, I realized that it won't be long before they will be all gone and I will miss their beauty and how they make me feel.  This led me to deep thinking and emotions. God is good and has blessed me with so much to be thankful for.  Autumn will be here soon and fill our days with an array of different colors.  I am thankful for all God's beauty!

HAVE A BLESSED WEEKEND!

Sylvia

5 comments:

  1. I was just looking at the last of the summer flowers in my yard this afternoon. It is funny how fast fall is approaching! It seems to be "all good"! You have a blessed weekend, too!

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  2. I've noticed here in my neck of the woods that there are so many new wildflowers out and about with the coming of fall. Amazing...no man planted them...God did! And they are magnificent! So, as our cultivated flowers dry up and blow away, God paints the countryside and woods with His paintbrush of marvelous color! Thank you for sharing this today. Your flowers are beautiful.

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  3. God is good Sylvia.
    I agree.. we have so much to be thankful for.
    We can look forward to other foliage and different flowers arriving and to plant.
    I like what your friend Pamela wrote.. how true that is.
    Here the fields soon will be full of gods wild flowers.
    Enjoy your Sunday
    xx val
    Dear Sylvia.. i notice that my posts are not appearing on your sidebar.. you can change it, by signing in again on my blog.
    But i have had comments from you... and thank you.

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  4. The last of summer's flowers are so beautiful... And rather poignant too...

    Hopefully we enjoy them to the fullest...

    And then, look forward, to all the Beauty of Autumn...

    Tessa~

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  5. I see God in nature, and I love that Bible verse. I think of it often when I walk through my gardens. Your morning glories and daylily are so pretty - love the brugsmansias too!

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