To Bloom or Wither

When a wild flower gets the right amount of sunshine and water and nutrients, it blooms; releasing beauty and a gentle aromatic fragrance.

When a wild flower doesn’t get the right amount of sunshine or water or nutrients, it withers; shriveling and brittle decomposition.

But, with the right horticulturist, even these withering wild flowers can be pruned to life again as beautiful blooms.

So it is with our spirits in the hands of God.

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