All Creatures Great and Small.
Each One Has A Purpose.
God loves his animals. After all, he went through great pains to save them from the flood. Today I had a neat vision from the Lord about his love of his animals.
I was standing with him in heaven. I couldn’t see much because there was so much fog all around. (I have come to know that the fog is what shields our eyes from the glory of God). On this occasion, the Lord was standing with me, talking about various things in my life, when he held out his finger in the air. A beautiful red Macaw bird landed on it.
I spent a little time admiring this bird. I even took it on my own finger. so tame, with no fear in it. Then I got this impression of every animal ever created standing behind us. I heard God say … I love my animals. Here is what he has to say about it …
My animals were my first creation of living and breathing things. My animals give me great joy, as they give all of my children joy. I created them for that purpose. Some animals are fierce, like the lion. I created the lion out of my fierce love for you. He protects his pride and is feared by all in the jungle. He gathers food for his family.
All of my animals love and protect their young. I created them this way. When you snuggle up to a fuzzy kitten, it’s the same as snuggling up to me. Have you ever heard a rooster crow? That is my alarm clock. He tells the whole world the sun is coming up! All of my animals have a purpose. Each one was made to do something. Some clean the surface of the planet. Some keep the leaves and grass trim and from getting out of control. Some can go into places that no man can get into. Like the mountain goat. She spends her time cleaning up my mountainsides. Imagine the mess the mountains would be in if there was no goat to do their maintenance.
What purpose does the otter have? The Otter cleans and maintains the clams and other small fish in the rivers and streams. And what of the great white shark? The shark also cleans the oceans with its fierce sharp teeth. Yes. Each one has a purpose.
Well, I LOVE his animals too!
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