The snowy egret has over thirty different strategies to catch fish—from dancing, spearing, and hovering to flushing them out with its feet. Even in a fallen world, God has provided for His creatures (Matthew 6:26–28).(photo by Charmane Shuping)
During a lunar eclipse, the earth blocks the sun’s rays from reaching the moon’s surface and turns the pale white glow to shades of red. All the lights of heaven, even the stunning red moon, praise the Creator (Psalm 148:3).(photo by Bennie Negy)
Fluffy, scampering creatures we see darting through our yards, jumping from tree to tree, and dashing across the street, squirrels are diligent scavengers. With their homes in burrows or trees these critters work hard to survive in our fallen world, and God sees and provides even for them (Matthew 6:25–34).(photo by Robert Cox)
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