...Stealth. Patience. Vigilance. Slowly the hunter moves unseen among the branches. His independently rotating eyes constantly scan the leafy canopy in every direction. No insect is safe within striking distance of his infamous weapon—a fast-acting and deadly accurate catapulting tongue....
"Be thankful to Him, and bless His name. For the Lord is good." Psalm 100:4, 5
When you feel hungry, what do you like to do? Do you like to eat? When it is mealtime, we sit down at the table to eat with our family. We thank God for giving us food to eat. Then we can enjoy eating our meal. Do you like to eat the yummy food God gives us?
The air close to the earth's surface is heated by light energy from the sun, and after the air is warmed it becomes less dense and rises upward. The result is that the air near the earth's surface maintains a temperature in which life can exist. If air contracted when heated and became denser, the temperature on the earth's surface would become unbearable, and most life could not survive for very long.
If you ever doubted that God exists, meet the Very Technical, Highly Engineered Dromedary Camel.
When I'm hungry, I'll eat almost anything: a leather bridle, a piece of rope, my master's tent, or a pair of shoes.
"I love the Lord, because He has heard My voice" (Psalm 116:1).
Next time you go to a pond, see if you can find a frog. You might have to look very carefully, because it can be hard to find a frog. Do you know why? Frogs can hear you walking toward their pond. If they are singing, they will suddenly get very quiet. And when they hear you coming closer, they will usually jump into the pond and hide very quickly before you can see them.
You can't mistake the largest of all geese, the Canada Goose, for any other bird. Their size and white-on-black outfits set them apart. These geese, weighing approximately 20 pounds as adults, have distinctive white cheek patches that contrast with the black on their heads, crowns, bills, necks, legs, and feet. With their long necks and loud honks, they stand out whether in flight, wading in marshlands, or waddling to the nest they may have built alongside an airport runway!