In the last of these reflections on nature and Biblical plants, we are looking at two aspects that some people find disturbing. The first of these is actually one of my favourites, and that is the thunder storm. There is
‘Voiceless it cries, wingless flutters, toothless bites, mouthless mutters.’ What is it? Fans of The Hobbit will know the answer straight away: wind. Sometimes we bless it, and sometimes we pray that it will go away, but always we are in
Rather than giving in to that sinking feeling when we look out of the window in the morning and see the garden or the street covered in puddles, why not take a moment to praise God for His blessing, which
The best thing to do on days when the sun barely peaks through is to look up. Clouds may cover the sky, but they are not the thick, grey blanket that blots out everything; they have edges and shapes, and
‘Command the Israelites to bring you clear oil of pressed olives for the light so that the lamps may be kept burning.’ Exodus 27:20 On some days it is raining, the sky is grey, and at first glance, nature seems
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