Look around you.
Feel the breeze, the textures of leaves, bark or a wall.
Look at the flowers and plants.
Notice the smell of the earth and growing things
Read a Bible verse…
‘Consider how the wild flowers grow.
They do not labour or spin.
Yet I tell you, not even Solomon in all his splendour 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
Father God, thank you for taking care of our everyday needs.
Help us to be content with what we have and to learn to always rely on you to provide us with what we need.
Listen and Reflect
How The Grass and The Flowers Came to Exist, a God-Tale
the Lord said:
Let there be fur upon the earth,
and let there be hair upon the earth,
and so the seeds stuttered forward into ripeness
and the roots twirled in the dark
to accomplish His desire,
and so there is clover,
and the reeds of the marshes,
and the eelgrass of the sea shallows
upon which the dainty sea brant live,
and there is the green and sturdy grass,
and the goldenrod
and the spurge and the yarrow
and the ivies and the bramble
and the blue iris
covering the earth,
thanking the Lord with their blossoms.
Keep on going
There are four other reflections for you to take part in around the Churchyard. Can you find the others? We’d love to invite you to take part in some of the other ways in which we are doing and being church online at the moment. Check out our Facebook page to see our weekly Pyjama Church for families, Sunday 1030am gatherings and daily Six o’clock Live reflections.