Dandelion more than a pest, a delight of God’s goodness

By Orrin Morris In Psalm 65:12, the Psalmist rejoices in the beauty of the natural world God has provided. We can easily apply his words to the beauty we anticipate each year in the coming of spring. The grasslands of the desert overflow; the hills are clothed with gladness.” One of the harbingers of springContinue reading “Dandelion more than a pest, a delight of God’s goodness”

White Horsemint: A Thing of God’s Beauty

By Orrin Morris While teaching one summer at a seminary in the San Francisco area, I visited the Humboldt Redwood State Park.  I was dwarfed by the size of those magnificent trees.  The Scripture verses for today come from Psalms 91:1-2: He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will abide in theContinue reading “White Horsemint: A Thing of God’s Beauty”