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7 Sep 2014
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Lisa dog’s first love – little Jimmer is no longer with us.

7 Nov 2013
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The second part of true worship is worship “in truth.” All worship is a response to truth, and that which is truth is contained in the Word of God. Jesus said to His Father, “Thy word is truth” (John 17:17b). Psalm 119 says, “Thy law is truth” (v. 142b) and “Thy word is true” (v. […]

7 Nov 2013
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Worshipping the Creator or the Creation? by Frank Sherwin, M.A. Although the accusation of mixing Christianity with science is regularly leveled at the creation scientist, one finds plenty of emotion—and yes, religion—in the secular scientific community. Ornithologists—and biologists in general—were overjoyed recently to discover a woodpecker that was thought to be extinct but has been […]

24 Oct 2013
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Definition: Animism is perhaps one of humanity’s oldest beliefs, with its origin probably dating back to the Paleolithic age. The term animism derives from the Latin word anima meaning breath or soul. Animism is the belief that everything in nature – including living things such as trees or other plants, and even nonliving rocks or […]

19 Mar 2012
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I was sitting on the patio the other day and the strange sound of some unknown bird caught my attention, and then I saw the blue jay sitting near my birdbath in the garden, what a beautiful bird!!!   Here you can read all about the blue jay Some more pictures and the sounds

14 Dec 2011
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“Look at the birds of the air; they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns, and yet your heavenly Father keeps feeding them. Are you not worth much more than they?” Matthew 6: 26 “A Lesson From Our Feathered Friends” “I heard a bird at break of day Sing from the autumn trees A […]

4 Jun 2011
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national geographic – June 2011 by Eric Friar McDermott As the forages of their colony’s cste system (see rank and file), media leafcutter ants start out with mandibles as sharp as surgical scalpels.  But over the course of their lives, the repetitive slicing of leaves into small disks dulls their V-shaped blades. Rather than retire, […]

1 Jun 2011
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Black bears typically have two cubs; rarely, one or three. In 2007, in northern New Hampshire , a black bear sow gave birth to five healthy young. There were two or three reports of sows with as many as 4 cubs, but five was, and is, very extraordinary. The photographer learned of them shortly after […]

5 May 2011
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There will soon be seven billion humans on Earth, but how does that number compare to other species on the planet?  We are certainly outnumbered by ants.  Harvard biologist and ant expert Erward O. Wilson has estimated that there are a thousan trillion to ten thousand trillion ants at any one time. That would be […]

29 Mar 2011
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Whimsical Watches hand-crafts these unique novelty watches for animal lovers of a variety of animals. If you have a love for Cows, Bunny Rabbits, or Pigs, you may want to look through our selection of Barnyard Watches. Our selection of dog watches includes a wide breed of dogs such as: Beagle, Bichon, Chihuahua, German Shepard, […]

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