6 thoughts on “Beautiful “Skeleton Flower” Turns Transparent When It Rains

      • Well, remember that Creation itself is fallen, along with Man, and so God’s judgment and justice can be seen, in what we might consider the more, shall we say, problematic face of nature; we see the consequences of sin, of disobedience to God, reflected in the very nature, all around us. This surely gives glory to God, in an indirect manner.

        Does that make some sense? 🙂

      • And yet, even so, creatures like slugs and mosquitoes can serve as food for birds and other creatures, so they still serve a purpose. As for parasites, diseases, they help prevent overpopulation.

        All things work for good for them that love the Lord.

        There is a purpose for everything, even if we can’t always see it.

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