Rabbit’s Foot Clover

     Sometimes you can find beautiful clumps of the rabbit’s-foot clover. 






     The leaf reminds you of the regular clover.  But the fuzzy little feet are what can be really attractive and make you want to feel them like you do the pussy willows in the spring. 
















This can be a unique part of your dried flower bouquet as they will keep for quite awhile.



 "The tilling of the soil by the farmer affords an excellent illustration of faith and hope. God has said that "while the earth remaineth, seed time and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease" 

(Gen. 9:22), and this is why "he that plougheth should plough in hope." "Whatsoever a man soweth, that shall be also reap." If a man sows barley, he hopes for barley, and does not think that he may possibly get beans. God gives to every seed its own body; and the harvest is sure. Therefore the farmer ploughs in confidence as soon as spring comes, casts his seed into the ground, and leaves the rest to God. 

Faith banishes timidity and vacillation. It produces decision of character. It does not try experiments, but it gives experience. The man who acts in faith knows what the result will be when he begins, and the way to attain the result. Hence he makes no false motions, and loses no time. The man who walks by faith knows just where he is going, and how to got there. He walks firmly, regardless of the things that can be seen by the way; for his eye is fixed on the end, which he is sure of in the beginning. To say, as is often heard, "I have no evidence and no certainty; I am proceeding wholly by faith," shows that the person is ignorant of faith; for faith rests on the most positive evidence." 

March 12, 1903 EJW, PTUK 162