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About That Dogwood
by Lew Duffey
Wednesday, November 01, 2006
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This is not something that I simply thought would be beautiful to write. It is about three plants in our front yard. Death became life and life begets life. It seems our Dogwood is truly a symbol of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. God in all his wisdom shows himself in so many ways that it is a shame that any man could fail to see him and his love.

About That Dogwood


Something I had not noticed until today.

I told about the Dogwood tree, which we thought had gone away.

It came back and sprouted with beauty, luster and elegance.

Today I noticed something more, this story to enhance.

In the corner of our yard now grows another Dogwood tree.

In the opposite corner of the yard grows another that I see.

Where we once had one Dogwood, now it seems that we have three.

I mentioned the Dogwood was symbolic of Jesus hanging on the cross.

He came to save you and me and all those who were lost.

If the Dogwood was symbolic before today it is even more so now.

It shows us that the resurrection of our savior is imparted to us somehow.

The Dogwood died and rose up from the dead again.

Now it has a church of followers who will stand with it till the end.

However the end is not really the end for it is the new beginning for all.

I see Jesus coming through the clouds with the trumpets mighty call.

Our little church of Dogwoods is steadily growing every day.

I pray that it will keep growing in every possible way.

I also pray that we have become followers of our Lord.

He is the one who freely died for us, the one who deserves to be adored.

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Reviewed by Susan Sonnen 11/1/2006
beautiful, Lew. You are blessed to see the world in this way and you bless us.

Reviewed by H. Lena Jones 11/1/2006
Another inspiring write, Lew. You sure are clever to come up with the parallels between the Dagwood and Jesus. Well done!

God Bless
Reviewed by Joyce Bowling 11/1/2006
The dogwood tree does serve as a great reminder...beautiful write my friend and very well versed.
Joyce Bowling
Reviewed by Rhonda Galizia 11/1/2006

How marvelous are thy works, O Lord!

I love when ABBA does little miraculous things like this!! Thank you for updating us on the Dogwood! And for telling it, with such a glorious flow!

Just beautiful, Brother!
Blessings, Rhonda
Reviewed by Louisa Dobbins 11/1/2006
It is no fable after all. It is a blessing from our Almighty Father.
Your back yard must be a wonderful place to pray. Grow Dogwoods grow.
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 11/1/2006
I remember the dogwood trees we had in Ohio; I miss seeing them. Thanks for the memory jog in this beautiful write! Very well done, Lew; bravo!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
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