Who saw the flowers?
Bees buzzed. Yellow flowers bloomed in the desert. People did not come. Who saw the flowers?
God saw! He created this great big world.
READ MORE: People planted lots of prickly pear cactuses in Russia over 100 years ago. They did not want the Astrakhan Desert sand to blow away. The plants bloom for just five days. Blooms open at dawn. They die at sunset. The coronavirus kept visitors away this spring. Some scientists and photographers were the only people to see the bright blooms. Maltbie D. Babcock wrote the hymn “This Is My Father’s World” in 1901. She reminds us that the planets, the birds, and even the flowers, “Declare their Maker’s praise.”