Bleeding Hearts























     These bleeding hearts grow wild in the wilderness.  They are in several places here.  Their abundance is under the ramp and when they are fresh it is very beautiful even under the ramp.









 "As soon as His word went forth from His lips, the thing mentioned in His word came into being. The thing called for was in the word, and when that word was uttered, the thing which hitherto did not exist, came into being at the uttering of the divine word. That word is still further called "the word of power." (Hebrews 1:1) God spoke, and immediately that which He uttered was accomplished. This was seen during the creative week over and over again. "And God said, Let there be light." That was the divine mandate. And what happened? Immediately the light came into being, for the record says, "And there was light." The same thing was true of every phase of creation, "God said," and Lo! before the gaze of the angelic hosts and the inhabitants of unfallen worlds there unfolded a marvelous sight. The stately trees, the sheep and cattle, the fish of the sea, the birds of the air--all came into being at the express word of Jehovah. What a wonderful experience this must have been! Think of the command in Genesis 1:11, where God said, "Let the earth bring forth grass. " Remember that up to this time there was no grass; there were no bushes, no fragrant flowers, no stately trees beautifying the earth, but God spoke. The words echoed around the earth, and before the wondering gaze of millions of angel beings and representatives from other worlds there unrolled a beautiful carpet of green. They saw the earth dotted with exquisite flowers, with bushes, with fruit; and other trees raised their stately forms all over the earth. It seemed to the vast creation, as expressed by the prophet Isaiah, that "the trees of the field shall clap their hands" (Isaiah 55 :12), and as related by the sweet singer of Israel, "All the trees of the wood rejoice before the Lord"

 (Psalms 96:12, 13). 

1952 WER, BSPC 70