Passion Flower Jigsaw Puzzle

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aussiesapphire
Jan 2, 2014
There is a beautiful red passiflora (coccinea) which has a wonderful biblical story for the flower. This is part of it. The flower is bright red depicting he blood of Jesus, the inside pure white for his purity, one stamen holding three little flowers, the trinity, five other small flowers, his five wounds. And this is some more information.

"The 72 radial filaments or corona are compared to Christ's crown of thorns, the three conspicuous stigma to the three nails on the Cross, the 10 petals and stamens to the 10 faithful apostles, the five anthers to the five wounds of Christ, and so on."

Fascinating stuff and the flower is just amazingly beautiful.

"Don't let the tall weeds cast a shadow on the beautiful flowers in your garden." Steve Maraboli

God bless and enjoy the flowers. Hugs.
Pat100
Jan 2, 2014
Thank you for that info-it's amazing how much nature ties into God--God bless you too
pixipixil
Jan 2, 2014
Some varieties also give edible fruits.
megat
Jan 2, 2014
This reminds me of an old song which I haven't heard for some time.
"Cards" is set during World War II, where a group of U.S. Army soldiers, on a long hike during a campaign in southern Italy, had arrived and camped near a town named Cassino. While Scripture is being read in church, one man who has only a deck of playing cards pulls them out and spreads them in front of him. He is immediately spotted by a sergeant, who believes the soldier is playing cards in church and orders him to put them away. The soldier is then arrested and taken before the provost marshal to be punished. The provost marshal demands an explanation, to which the soldier explains the significance of each card:
Ace: The one true God.
Deuce: The Old Testament and New Testament in the Bible.
Trey (three): The Holy Trinity; the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit/Ghost.
Four: St. Matthew, St. Mark, St. Luke, and St. John, evangelists and authors of the four Gospels.
Five: The two groups of five virgins who trimmed their lamps for a wedding. Five were wise (by saving enough oil) and were admitted, while the other five were foolish (did not have enough oil) and were shut out.
Six: God created the Earth in six days.
Seven: God rested on the seventh day, now known as the Sabbath.
Eight: The eight righteous people whom God saved during the Great Flood: Noah, his wife, their three sons, and their wives.
Nine: Of the ten lepers whom Jesus cleansed, nine of them did not even thank him.
Ten: The Ten Commandments God handed down to Moses.
King: God, the Father.
Queen: Blessed Virgin Mary, the Mother of Jesus and Queen of Heaven.
Jack or knave: Satan or the Devil.
365 spots: The number of days in a year.[2]
52 cards: The number of weeks in a year.
Thirteen tricks: The number of weeks in a season, or quarter of a year.
Four suits: The approximate number of weeks in a month.
Twelve face cards: The number of months in a year.
He then ends his story by saying that "my pack of cards serves me as a Bible, an almanac, and a prayer book." The narrator then closes the story by stating that "this story is true, " by claiming he is the soldier in question. The text does not say whether the provost marshal spared the soldier any penalty, but it is possible to infer from the text that he did.
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nlbuchanan
Jan 2, 2014
Thank you again, Aussie. God must inspire the writers of these stories for how else would be recognize the significance of the "nature" around us. I would not have seen the connection without someone showing it to me. There is also the story about the sand dollar, the dogwood tree, etc., etc.,...God bless you too and hugs right back.
toadalove
Jan 2, 2014
Wow! Lots of info! Thanks Aussie!
aussiesapphire
Jan 2, 2014
Hi Pixi, we have the edible type growing over our second pergola and the fruit are sometimes as big as a tennis ball. Very prolific as well.
aussiesapphire
Jan 2, 2014
Thank you nlb, I read the story of the dogwood tree once, need to google it again to remind me of the story. Hugs.
cherylabr
Jan 2, 2014
Great stuff...thanks for the info!
rahrah1820
Oct 17, 2017
I remember that deck of cards song. Meant a lot to my family.
rahrah1820
Oct 17, 2017
Thank you for the info, sweet Aussie. I wrote it down, and will take a passion flower and this info to my daughter next Resurrection Day. I think the name Passion Flower, is like the Passion Play. Depicting the crucifixion of our Lord.
aussiesapphire
Oct 17, 2017
Hi rahrah, it is beautiful and nice to think you will be taking it to your daughter. God bless you. Hugs.
Pat100
Oct 27, 2017
Megat and all of you who have sent in comments I am excited to be back on board again and loved your comments
aussiesapphire
Oct 27, 2017
Long break Pat, welcome back. Hugs.
elijah13
Jan 6, 2017
Beautiful. My mother had these in her back yard on the clothes pole. Yes, she hung her clothes, no dryer for her!
rahrah1820
Oct 17, 2017
I used a clothesline in the '70's also! In Phoenix it would take less than an hour for the clothes, including thick towels to dry. I wouldn't do that now for the simple reason that there's nasty stuff in the air, which would end up on the laundry.
rahrah1820
Oct 17, 2017
This is so beautiful! I've heard of passion flowers, but had never seen one.
fiestyolelady
Oct 29, 2015
I use to find these in my back yard but they've been gone for years.
dbnc2
Oct 5, 2015
Played with them as a child
cut down many when I got old enough to work in the fields
i still think they are very pretty
don't see many now days
judipd
Aug 11, 2015
I like this flower very different
animalvr143
May 15, 2015
What a strange looking flower. It is really beautiful. Never even seen a picture like this before. I wonder if they come in any different colors. I really love the blue but was just curious.
Constance1
Aug 5, 2015
It's called a "Passion Flower, " as the placement of the various parts happen to coincide with the Passion (the suffering of Christ's torturous climb to Golgotha & the subsequent horror of His untimely death) of the Christ. Every year at the Great Fast (Lent) we decorate the place with them--among other things.


Must admit I'd have to look up the history (probably on Wikipedia) to get all the parts correct. I seem to recall that the 3 pieces represent the Holy Trinity, & that the colors mean something, too...it HAS been years (OOOOOLD brain! Warranty's still good...so far, though! LOL! ).


Okay! Thanks to your innocent question, I know what I'LL be doing today--relearning what I've not thought about in years! LOL! I hope you can find out; I'm certain the info is available. :)
animalvr143
Aug 5, 2015
Thanks
crlyblonde
Jan 4, 2015
Mine has just stopped flowering has been wonderful all summer and autumn
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