I’m reminded of the poem by Clay Harrison entitled "Miracles:"
"Miracles can be large or small
according to God’s Plan.
And they need no explanation
for the unbelieving man.
The heavens declare His Glory;
the harvest proclaims His Love.
With the faith of a mustard seed
we’ve seen His Star above.
The rose gives way to winter
and lies beneath the snow
To resurrect in Springtime
when all the rivers flow.
The spider spins a mighty web
perfect in every way,
And the colors of a rainbow
can chase the gloom away.
The birds fly south each winter
with faith beneath their wings,
And the lullaby of Summer
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