Stop flying solo…

Cape Barren Goose (Cereopsis novaehollandiae) by Ian

Cape Barren Goose (Cereopsis novaehollandiae) by Ian

Stop flying solo… ~ by a j mithra

The linear flight formations of migratory birds are called echelons.
The V and the J structures are typical and are the most readily recognized flock echelons…

There are two well-supported and complementary explanations for why birds fly in formation.

  • One is to conserve energy by taking advantage of the upwash vortex fields created by the wings of the birds in front.
  • The other is to facilitate orientation and communication among the birds.

These explanations have been backed by a variety of studies..
We as believers are on a journey, migrating to heaven..
How much energy do we conserve?

Crane Migration over Israel

Crane Migration over Israel

First of all,

  • do we migrate in groups
  • or are we on a selfish solo flight

to heaven?
Unless we communicate with fellow believers we will not be able to migrate as a group
and unless we migrate as a group we will not be able to conserve energy..
Cos, GOD’s presence is mightier in corporate worship…

After all, GOD said that

For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them. (Matthew 18:20 KJV)

Lets stop solo flight and start migrating as a crowd…..

Your’s in YESHUA,
a j mithra

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American White Pelican (Pelecanus erythrorhynchos) by Lee

White Pelicans on the Wing at Circle B Bar Reserve by Lee

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