Wood Duck (Aix sponsa) by Dan
Wow! Looking over the previous articles that have been written through the years on our blog, I thought it would be nice to read through some of our many posts.
To build a house, you need a foundation. To build a blog, you need a foundation. So, our foundation from the beginning for Lee’s Birdwatching Adventures Plus, has always been this:
“For no other foundation can anyone lay than that which is laid, which is Jesus Christ.” (1 Corinthians 3:11 NKJV)
He created our world, universe, us, and all His Avian Wonders, which we like to write about. We love to write about His birds and how we can learn from them. We’ve done our best, with a few stumbles here and there, but we have tried to honor Him through it all. He has been gracious to send me extra writers, photographers, and friends along this journey.
My thanks to Him, these extra hands to assist, my husband, and all of you who have visited us along the way.
Now, what has been written about the Foundations? Let’s take a look:
White Pelicans in Flight – Circle B Bar
Birds of the Bible – Foundation #1 (2009) and then Foundation #1 Updated (2015)
These two posts explain about the beginning of birds and how they came to be here.
Fischer’s Lovebird (Agapornis fischeri) by W Kwong
Birds of the Bible – Foundation #2 (2009) and then Foundation #2 Updated (2015)
In Genesis Chapter 2, the birds and animals were named, but what happened in Chapter 3 caused the birds to be cursed and death now became a reality to them and others. But there is hope.
Noah’s Ark ©©Flickr elmada
Birds of the Bible – Foundation #3 (2009) and then Foundation #3 Updated (2015)
Now we find God has a plan to preserve the life of some of the people, animals, and the birds by having them enter the Ark.
Ernesto Carrasco’s Noah’s Ark Model
Birds of the Bible – Foundation #4 (2009) and then Foundation #4 Updated (2016)
What did the birds encounter as they came off the ark and afterwards?
Rainbow-clouds ©Readers Digest
Birds of the Bible – Foundation #5 (2009) – Not Updated Yet (Stay tuned)
This post presents many of the “theories” about where birds came from, versus how the creationist view where and how the Avian Wonders of this world came into being.
We trust you will enjoy reading (or re-reading_ through these Foundation of the Birds of the Bible posts.
Western Tanager: Red, Yellow, Black and White
Birds of the Bible
Drop a comment and help decide which to use. For today’s article, I stuck with “Looking Back.”
To begin this series, I found all the post that looked back over the Anniversaries of Lee’s Birdwatching Adventures Plus. If you scan through them, you will discover why it was started and how the Lord has been blessing it over the years. As different writers began adding articles, photographers gave permission to use their photos, and linked their websites, the blog has continued to grow.