CONSIDER HOW… By Lori A Alicea

A Greeting Card for Faith…

 Consider how the wild flowers grow.
They do not labor or spin.
Yet I tell you,
Not even Solomon
In all his splendor
Was dressed like one of these.

If that is how God clothes the grass of the field,
Which is here today,
And tomorrow is thrown into the fire,
How much more will he clothe you—
You of little faith!
Luke 12:27-28 NIV

Consider How…

 Consider how the flowers grow,
Among these meadow fields.
Consider that they labor not,
Or toil their fragrant yields.

USE Wildflowers 1

Consider how and where they came,
Each wild bloom bouquet.

USE Wildflowers 2

As Heaven’s Gardener paints for us,
A masterpiece display.

USE Wildflowers 4

Consider how the eyes they please,
This secret garden place.

USE Wildflowers 3
All burst forth from the heart of God,
No earthly hands replace.

USE cova jake flowers

Consider how the grassy fields,
God clothes with blooms born wild.

USE ayva smelling flowers

Much more desires to do for you,
With faith, a little child.

ayva at flower park (2)

They toil nor spin beneath the sun,
The splendor of this view.

USE Wildflowers 5

Though God He tends these garden fields,
Much more He cares for you.

USE audra smelling flowers

Consider how we doubt His heart,
No song of faith or choir.
Consider how the flowers grow,
A child’s faith require.

USE flower pictures with kids (2)

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Author Lori A Alicea and her beloved husband David of 25 years thank you for sharing a moment of your day with them at Apples of Gold Encouragement. It is their desire you experience their heart for family, love, encouragement and God through the words God has put on Lori’s heart to write. They are hopeful you discover a few treasures of encouragement, realizing we all share common threads in our lives. Be blessed in your day.

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