I refilled my birdfeeders two days ago, all the while thinking, it’s going to rain and ruin all this expensive nyjer seed. Well, it did rain that day and then it started to s!@#, yesterday.
I continued my task, spilling the expensive nyjer seed to and fro. I even cleaned out my finch feeder where some of the seed had caked together and hardened along the sides. I left that laying on the sidewalk. God had His eye on His sparrow, and bluebird, and the junco, and the siskin, and of course, His cardinals. He knew the snow was coming and He was assuring His birds had plenty to eat because soon their food would be under 8″ of snow. He gave them the instinct to store up their little warehouse of a body as the storm approaches. There were at least 40 birds out here yesterday as the snow began to fall. And to top it off, Dear Husband had dumped several handfuls of chopped walnuts on the driveway. Full feeders, with overflowing abundance on the ground, and walnuts for dessert. Glory! God is Good!
For His Eye is on the sparrow and I know He watches me.
Luke 12:7 But even the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Fear not therefore: ye are of more value than many sparrows.