b'AY FOURDAS GRASS As for man, his days are as grassPsalm 103:15 KJVHow short is mans life, and uncertain!Matthew HenryF reshlycutgrassanditsdistinctaromaareuniversal signs that the coldness of winter has bowed once again to springs annual arrival. In due time, the grass that an-nounced one seasons arrival divulges anothers exit as brown, thirsty blades speak of a summer ready to welcome the weight of falling leaves.Two interesting things are compared to grass in the Bible:1. Mans days: As for man, his days are like grass - he blooms like a flower of the field; when the wind passes over it, it vanishes, and its place is no longer known (Ps. 103:15-16 Christian Standard Bible).2. All flesh: All flesh is like grass, and all its glory like a flow-er of the grass. The grass withers, and the flower falls (1 Pet. 1:24; Isa. 40:6-7 CSB).Several things come to mind as I think about the qualities of grass. For one, its changeability. Have you ever driven by some-ones lush, green, and painstakingly manicured lawn? What about'