Are you an Artic Tern?

By: John K John

December 8, 2014

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arctic tern

The Artic Tern bird flies miles from where they are and migrate to distant lands to survive the cold and feed on food to keep them going & also to raise up the new generation of little ones. After hatching their young ones, these Adult Artic Tern birds leave thier little ones where they are and fly back to their homeland where they orginally came from.

Scientists are trying to crack to code on “How these little birds without their adult parent birds, are able to fly back to the same place where their parents are without any guidance”? While they are trying to decipher this code, it is interesting that the Scriptures have the answer given long ago and is interesting to read this in the book of Jeremiah, chapter 8 and verse 7, which reads ” Even the stork in the sky knows her seasons; And the turtledove and the swift and the thrush observe the time of their migration; But My people do not know The ordinance of The LORD.”

God has built into that bird, something in their DNA, for them to know the “time of their migration”.

Do we as created beings of the Father, have this in us, as part of our DNA to depend on our Heavenly Father to guide us back to our “actual destination & purpose in life?”

 

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