Avian and Attributes – Almighty

American Avocet “Gone fishin” – photo by Ron Dudley

“He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty.” (Psalms 91:1 KJV)


Almighty

ALMI’GHTY, a. [all and mighty. See Might.]
Possessing all power; omnipotent; being of unlimited might; being of boundless sufficiency; appropriately applied to the Supreme Being.
ALMI’GHTY, n. The Omnipotent God.


Avocets have long legs and they sweep their long, thin, upcurved bills from side to side when feeding in the brackish or saline wetlands they prefer. The plumage is pied, sometimes also with some red. Members of this genus have webbed feet and readily swim. Their diet consists of aquatic insects and other small creatures. Recurvirostridae Family


“A” is for Avocet and Albatross: “A” Birds, Part 1

Birds Vol 2 #1 – The American Avocet

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Today is the beginning of a new series for Lee’s Birdwatching Adventures. A good friend of mine, Rhonda Sawtelle, (Create a Positive Day), has been posting every day on her Facebook a different attribute of our Lord God. She has been going through them alphabetically. What if each day, we had a different attribute and a bird that starts with that same letter. My challenge is to try to at least get through the alphabet at least once. Maybe several rounds. Stay tuned!

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[Definitions from Webster’s Dictionary of American English (1828), unless noted. Bird info from Wikipedia plus.]

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