Right now, our fields and roadsides are full of blue Bachelor's Buttons. As to the name, it is said that young men in love used to wear these flowers as a boutonniere. If the flower withered quickly, it meant that the man was not loved in return.
In ancient Egypt, Bachelors buttons were thought to aid the dead Pharaohs into the underworld, and to resurrect the dead. In fact, wreaths of them were found by the tomb of King Tut. I know of a better resurrection than that.
“God’s trumpet blast! He’ll come down from heaven and the dead in Christ will rise—they’ll go first. Then the rest of us who are still alive at the time will be caught up with them into the clouds to meet the Master. Oh, we’ll be walking on air! And then there will be one huge family reunion with the Master. So reassure one another