Kneeling Before Royalty?

Kneeling Before Royalty?

O come, let us worship and bow down: let us kneel before the LORD our maker. (Psalms 95:6 KJV) Bow down Your ear to me, deliver me speedily! Be my Rock of refuge, a strong Fortress to save me! Yes, You are my Rock and my Fortress; therefore for Your name’s sake lead me and … Continue reading

Rebel Without a Cause?  I Don’t Think So

Rebel Without a Cause? I Don’t Think So

Originally posted on In Love With Words!:
Photo Courtesy of Clker.com I generally post articles on this site that, hopefully, will be of interest to visitors and readers from all over the world, since I’ve been blessed with friendship by so many folks from other nations. That being said, I’ll let you know up front…

Update to Ian’s Bird of the Week

Update to Ian’s Bird of the Week

O LORD, correct me, but with justice; Not in Your anger, lest You bring me to nothing. (Jeremiah 10:24 NKJV) ** Update to Ian’s Bird of the Week ** Just thought you might like to see a Hooded Parakeet with the two “horns”. Also, I assumed this was in Australia, but it was taken in New … Continue reading

Ian’s Bird of the Week – Horned Parakeet

Ian’s Bird of the Week – Horned Parakeet

Ian’s Bird of the Week – Horned Parakeet ~ by Ian Montgomery Newsletter – 7/27/15 The Kagu was naturally top of our target list in New Caledonia being the most bizarre in appearance, behaviour, taxonomy and general curiosity value. Second on my list and I think third on Joy’s were the horned parakeets of Grande … Continue reading

Sunday Inspiration – Deep Love of Jesus

Sunday Inspiration – Deep Love of Jesus

He will bless them that fear the LORD, both small and great. (Psalms 115:13 KJV) Today we have nine families being presented. Why? Because they all have very few species in each group. To have enough photos for the slideshow, these were combined. Bombycillidae – Waxwings – 3 Ptiliogonatidae – Silky-flycatchers – 4 Hypocoliidae – … Continue reading

Orni-Theology and The Nest

Orni-Theology and The Nest

While working on that last post, Say’s Phoebe and Nest, I got to thinking about that nest. Did you really look at it? Click the photo to enlarge it and really LOOK at it. What do you see? All kinds of different material. There are weeds, pieces of paper, strings, lint, feathers, and even some “weed-eater” line (blue). … Continue reading

No Post Today – But 20/20 Vision

No Post Today – But 20/20 Vision

Maybe tomorrow I’ll get a blog out. Yesterday, Dan and I drove down to Fort Lauderdale (200 miles) to see my 94 year old sister, Charlotte. She had been in Intensive Care, ICU, with pneumonia. They took her to a regular room, and started her on morphine. She was dying. We were able to be … Continue reading

Sunday Inspiration – Australian Robin and Friends

Sunday Inspiration – Australian Robin and Friends

“The LORD lives! Blessed be my Rock! Let God be exalted, The Rock of my salvation! (2 Samuel 22:47 NKJV) This week’s birds from their Creator include the Petroicidae – Australasian Robins, Picathartidae – Rockfowl, Chaetopidae – Rockjumpers and the Eupetidae – Rail-babbler Families. The Robins are all endemic to Australasia: New Guinea, Australia, New Zealand and numerous Pacific … Continue reading

Crow Versus Eagle, Free Ride Instead

Crow Versus Eagle, Free Ride Instead

Here is an article worth looking at: Crow Tries to Fight Eagle, Gets Free Ride Instead ‘You have seen what I did to the Egyptians, and how I bore you on eagles’ wings and brought you to Myself. (Exodus 19:4 NKJV) Will you set your eyes on that which is not? For riches certainly make themselves … Continue reading

The Silence of the Owls – Creation Moments

The Silence of the Owls – Creation Moments

THE SILENCE OF THE OWLS “There shall the great owl make her nest, and lay, and hatch, and gather under her shadow:” (Isaiah 34:15a) What makes owls so good at catching prey as they fly through the night sky? Part of the credit obviously goes to their amazing eyes that are able to see with … Continue reading

Cactus, Birds and Boots

Cactus, Birds and Boots

Again, while at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, we learned more about the “Cactus Boot.” I was aware that Woodpeckers, especially the local Gila Woodpecker,  make their homes in cactus, especially Saguaro Cactus. I also knew that the cactus, to prevent loss of moisture, seals around the “wound”, a.k.a. nest cavity. Another way the Lord created … Continue reading