Creeping Clover teaches us about the Truth of the Gospel

By Orrin Morris “Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” The Apostle John quoted this statement when Jesus was confronted with a moral issue, a woman caught in adultery. The Hebrew Law dictated that she was to be stoned to death. Jesus used the occasion to position Himself as theContinue reading “Creeping Clover teaches us about the Truth of the Gospel”

Rabbit’s Clover reflects God’s Intimacy

By Orrin Morris In chapter 16 of Matthew’s Gospel, we have an account of Jesus asking His disciples for input on who they thought the general public perceived him to be. They responded by naming John the Baptist, Elijah, Jeremiah, or one of the prophets. He then turned to them and asked, “But who doContinue reading “Rabbit’s Clover reflects God’s Intimacy”