Monday, July 12, 2010

The Worth Of The Sparrow...

Living From Glory To Glory Blog Are not five sparrows sold for two pennies? And yet not one of them is forgotten or uncared for in the presence of God.
But even the very hairs of your head are numbered. So do not be struck with with fear or seized with alarm: you (child of God) you are of greater worth than many flocks of sparrows!

As I went out to feed my chickens this morning I was walking into a very different situation than I usually encounter most mornings. There was a huge owl flying away with at least 20 sparrows going after it. They were sounding their alarms with screeching and telling that owl get out of here. This is our turf and you will not get what belongs to us.

There is a battle and we must stand for all that the Lord has given us. And to stand our ground against the enemy who is trying to take what belongs to us. And at times it takes others to stand with us.

The sparrow is the most common of all birds, yet the lord keeps watch over each and everyone, in His very presence they are. As He has said He will never leave or forsake us.
Luke12:6-7 Amplified


Blessings

5 comments:

  1. Amen! I just eat up your every word Roxy :)

    Thank you for your Happy Birthday wish on my blog! :) And you were right I am the one on the right! Your so smart! :)

    Love you :)

    ~Elizabeth

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  2. I second that Amen :)

    Roxy, thank you for this great reminder of our Lord's love for us. I am so thankful to know Him and also know that He is my Protector and will never leave me nor forsake me :)

    Have a beautiful day in Him!
    Sharon

    PS Thanks for your sweet comments :)

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  3. Stopping by to say "Hi!" and
    tell you I enjoyed my visit
    today. Your blog is so very
    warm and welcoming. I came
    over from Sharon's blog.
    You are the first person I
    have come across who likes
    Rick Pino, Delirious, and
    Paul Wilbur as I do! You
    certainly have great taste
    in music! ha!
    Warm Regards,
    Sandy

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  4. What a wonderful post Rox. Wow. I wish I could have seen a picture of those sparrows chasing that owl. I think a couple of them might have looked like you and me Ha? Blessings sweet friend.
    Love Pam

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  5. Oh wow! I never heard of sparrows doing that. Amazing!

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