They bloom in and out of season.

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Death is beautiful when you die with/in Christ. ❀

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Found these yellow gems just below the cashew tree *don’t know the name* & the white one’s are from the Jamaica seasoning bush, just above the first pic of these yellow flowers. πŸ™‚

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Portugal from the tree located to the front of our large yard πŸ™‚ I was stunned when I saw so much babies in birth at the same time! She hasn’t bared this much in a while and that I take for a sign of something great! πŸ˜‰

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Blessings & peace! ❀ until then…

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28 thoughts on “They bloom in and out of season.

  1. God gives us such beautiful things. I stand in awe when thinking about what it takes to make all that, keep it alive, growing, etc. I have only had a garden, where I plant something, keep the weeds out, prune, harvest lol God is doing ALL the rest of it. He made the seeds/plants, dirt, the soil, the sun, the rain, me, everything. hehehe Praise the LORD for all the intricacies that He gives un on the daily. You caught them so well here. Thanks for the reminder Sister πŸ™‚

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      1. Praise the LORD Sister if you see any thing that is wise and godly especially coming from any where in my general direction, then that is God πŸ™‚ Thank you God because I don’t thank Him enough πŸ™‚ LORD thank You for Tammy, and thank You for continuing to bless her and use her to Your good will πŸ™‚ ❀️❀️

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      1. The phrase is a sentiment that can be found in scripture, but not the exact words. The phrase was made famous by an American graphic artist, but a French Bishop, Saint Francis de Sales (1567-1622) gets the credit for the origin of the phrase.

        You’re utmost, mon amie!

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