Saturday, February 12, 2011

Birds of the Air

Look at the birds of the air, for they neither sow nor reap…yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Matt. 5;26

Worry makes you feel worthless, forgotten, and unimportant. That’s why Jesus says that we are worth much more than the birds of the air who neither worry nor die of hunger because their heavenly Father fees them. They enjoy what’s there. If God is able to sustain the lesser creatures, won’t He sustain the greater?—Charles Swindoll

God doesn’t want to give you
                           the wings of a dove
to fly away:
                He wants to give you
                                the wings of an eagle
                                to soar over your problems
                                 right they where are.--
                                         Adrian Rogers
See more encouraging words at Spiritual Sundays


  1. this is awesome...the picture and the words...Happy Weekend.

  2. I thought of this scripture the other day as I drove home from work and saw a huge flock of trumpeter swans that winter in our area. Thanks for sharig those quotes,too. Great post!

  3. Beautiful photo...and Charles Swindoll is one of my favorite evangelists.

  4. a beautiful post and picture. I am so glad that I have faith and a belief in God. I feel so badly for those who worry and worry because they do not have the Rock that is God.

  5. Love that quote and the beautiful picture. Thank you for sharing.

  6. Hi Brenda,

    This is my first visit to your blog; this photo is a vivid reminder of Matthew 5:26. I have often watched birds feeding in the early hours of morning. There is no panic in their effort, for there is plenty for all.

    Thank you for sharing the photo, and the quotes by Charles Swindoll, and Adrian Rogers.

    Sending a Happy Valentine's Day to you and family.

    Blessings and peace.


  7. Beautiful photos and I so appreciate the quotes! Don't you know Adrian Rogers is just loving Heaven!

  8. beautiful photo and lovely scripture.
    your posts are always so encouraging.


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