I did not come up with that expression on my own but borrowed it from a garden plaque that my father gave to me years ago. I was reminded of the saying especially this week.
I got the pleasure of touring some beautiful gardens during our town’s spring festival. It is amazing the varieties of plants that God has made. Some grow well in the shade while others only do well in the sunshine. Flowering plants come in nearly every color of the rainbow. I saw yellow and purple irises, azaleas in varied shades of white and pink, and spectacular magenta tinted rhododendron blossoms. We missed the tulips which had already bloomed and faded. Yet other flowers were in bud and were just about to bloom.
One can not visit a garden without being reminded of how wonderful is the One who can create such beauty.