Psalm 145:15-16 and a Painted Lady Butterfly Sips Nectar from a Coneflower, Sarpy County, Nebraska
“The eyes of all look to You, and You give them their food in due time. You open Your hand and satisfy the desire of every living thing.” Psalm 145:15-16
Beauty and Wonder. He Gives Good Things
Praise God! He gives good things to us and gives good things to His creation. Just as He satisfies the desires of this humble butterfly with sweet nectar, He satisfies all His creation. Not only does He give them food for substance, He gives them food they enjoy, like sweet nectar!
God also does the same for you and me. He not only provides us with substance, He provides us with pleasures like beauty and wonder and so much more. When I photographed this butterfly a dozen more fluttered around the flowers. The whole scene was beautiful and wonderful. I took pleasure in it. Praise Him!
Psalm 104:20-21 and a Male African Lion.
“The young lions roar after their prey and seek their food from God. When the sun rises they withdraw and lie down in their dens.” Psalm 104:20-21
He Feeds the Young Lions and Will Restore the Creation
God provides food for animals, even the predators like young lions. The Bible says He gives them the meat of other animals to sustain their life.
Animals eating other animals was not God’s original plan. In the Garden of Eden no animal killed another animal, but as a result of human sin, God’s judgment fell on all of creation. But praise God! One day the Lord will restore creation to its original glory and no animal will kill another ever again. Amen!
Read how God sustains all His Creation in Psalm 104.
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