Birds Hear Jehovah’s Voice ( Why can’t we?)

“Look at the birds of the air, for they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns; yet your heavenly Father feeds them.”
–Jesus Christ

Long ago there was a man named Noah and Noah listened to the voice of Jehovah.
All of the women and men I know who obey God have all left behind a legacy of magnificent glory.
When I think back to the story of Noah, I can still recall the scene in the movie when a bird fly’s back to the Ark and in it’s mouth was a piece of green leaf.

Jehovah, God used the bird to let Noah and all aboard the Ark know land was near. Recently I read an article in
The Los Angeles Times which talked about how birds are able to detect and react to storm patterns via sound waves.
The article described in this particular article as gold-winged Warblers and how they weighed less than two nickles.
Scientist attached tiny electronic sensors to these small birds and were able to follow them from Tennessee to the Gulf
of Mexico and back.

It is known that birds do respond to changes in the barometric pressure, in wind speed and wind direction and cloud cover.
The scientist discovered the gold-winged Warblers fled their Appalchian Moutain breeding area when they detected massive
thunderstorms that actually spawned some 84 tornadoes killing 35 people. A scholar at the University of California, Berkley,
belives the birds reacted to low frequency sound waves produced by distant approaching storms.

I belive in the Holy Bible & Jehovah-God and all of nature hears Jehovah’s voice.
It is remarkable that human beings have even this great book from God called the Holy Bible and yet,
many still do not hear Jehovah’s voice.

AMERICA:
“You are the light of the world.
A city that is set on a hill cannot be hidden.”
–Matthew 5:14

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