Romans 1:20 says "For since the creation of the world God's invisible qualities--his eternal power and divine nature--have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse."
This tells us clearly that everything in nature testifies, teaches and points us toward our Creator.
Today we will be thinking on the topic of lavender. Let's learn together what this beautiful and fragrant herb tells us about our Messiah.
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Please plan to join me next Friday, the 14th, as we discuss the lessons of Lupine.
Links to today's resources (These are not affiliate links):
The Lavender Lover's Handbook: The 100 Most Beautiful and Fragrant Varieties for Growing, Crafting, and Cooking by Sarah Berringer Bader
Growing & Using Lavender: Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletin A-155 (Storey Country Wisdom Bulletin by Patricia R. Barrett
Lavender: Nature's Way to Relaxation and Health by Philippa Waring
Interesting Medical Study
What are the healing benefits of using Lavender? I love Ally's lavender glasses in this video. How fun. She calls lavender "nature's big hug". Who made nature? God. So then, by extension, lavender is God's big hug. I love that.
At Home With Herbs Lavender- The Global Herb.
The host says "Lavender stands for devotion".
Just for fun:
Ready to try something wild? Let's cook with lavender. Here are a couple yummy recipes.
Chicken Provencal w/ Honey & Lavender
Purple crayon time:
Are you listening with a little one?
If so, here's a sweet little lavender coloring page for you to print.
Heather Randall, host of A Musing
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