In God’s garden, beauty radiates to all who receive as He releases fragrance of love from each perfect bloom.
Excerpt from ‘Bread of Redemption – Food of Life’ in “Fragrance from the Spring”
“Your hand reaches down
And waters the garden
In my heart.
Where love is abound
And sunrays do shine
On every good seed
Where obedience is found.”
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“They’re beautiful, little polar bear cubs,
And they’re having such a wonderful time,
Up and down and down and up,
In and out and all about,
You see they’re chasing snowflakes,
As white as can be,
But with their vivid imagination,
There’s lots to see.”
The beauty of the Lord.
Can almost smell the fragrance ……
Fragrance From The Spring – Liana Wendy Howarth : WestBow Press.
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Thank you and may you be blessed as you read these posts.
To God be the glory.
Don’t waste it on worry
Don’t waste it on regrets
Don’t waste it on tomorrow
Soak up today with every breath
And let His life strengthen and heal you
Let His life guide and fill you
Our lives are in His hands
“Fragrance from the Spring” now available as an E-book from WestBow Press or Amazon.
This is my first book and contains inspirational poetry, children’s poetry, prayers and a few greeting card inserts.
Praying that the Lord will bless the hearts of all whose hands this book falls into.
“FOREVER A ROSEBUD
A tiny rosebud fell near my feet
Just the other day
Broken just before it bloomed
Yet so perfect in every way”
“SEE THE SNOW PINK BALLERINA
The gentle sway of her body
The gracious pose of her arm
To see the beautiful motion
Shows mystery in her charm.”
The wilderness and the dry land shall be glad for them; and the desert shall rejoice, and blossom as the rose. Isaiah 35:1
“Today we live
What we shaped yesterday
And dream for tomorrow
So may the rosebuds of yesterday
Be the blooms for today
And the fragrance of tomorrow”