Avian And Attributes – Glowing

Glowing Puffleg (Eriocnemis vestita) ©WikiC

“Who is this who comes from Edom, With garments of glowing colors from Bozrah, This One who is majestic in His apparel, Marching in the greatness of His strength? “It is I who speak in righteousness, mighty to save.” (Isaiah 63:1 NASB)

“Then I noticed from the appearance of His loins and upward something like glowing metal that looked like fire all around within it, and from the appearance of His loins and downward I saw something like fire; and there was a radiance around Him. As the appearance of the rainbow in the clouds on a rainy day, so was the appearance of the surrounding radiance. Such was the appearance of the likeness of the glory of the LORD. And when I saw it, I fell on my face and heard a voice speaking.” (Ezekiel 1:27-28 NASB)

“It came about in the sixth year, on the fifth day of the sixth month, as I was sitting in my house with the elders of Judah sitting before me, that the hand of the Lord GOD fell on me there. Then I looked, and behold, a likeness as the appearance of a man; from His loins and downward there was the appearance of fire, and from His loins and upward the appearance of brightness, like the appearance of glowing metal.” (Ezekiel 8:1-2 NASB)

Avian and Attributes – Glowing

GLOWING, ppr. Shining with intense heat; white with heat.
1. Burning with vehement heat.
2. Exhibiting a bright color; red; as a glowing color; glowing cheeks.
3. Ardent; vehement; animated; as glowing zeal.
4. Inflamed; as a glowing breast.

Glowing Puffleg (Eriocnemis vestita) ©WikiC

Glowing Puffleg (Eriocnemis vestita)

The Glowing Puffleg (Eriocnemis vestita) is a species of hummingbird in the Trochilidae family.

It is found in the Andes of Colombia, Ecuador, northern Peru and western Venezuela. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist montane forests and heavily degraded former forest.

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

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