Sunday, March 10, 2019 @ 10:30 pm

Sunday, Mar. 10, 2019 @ 10:30 pm

The blackhead seagull has some unique characteristics that have been embedded into its DNA from creation. These traits aid the bird with its protection and procreation. These characteristics have been infused into this bird like a master chef infuses a turkey with creole seasoning.

One thing that this bird will do is take the discarded eggshells of a newly born chick and dump them into the sea. The reason it does this is to protect his newly born baby from the onslaught of the sharp–eyed crow. The outside of the shell is camouflaged by the nest and the dreaded crow is not able to spot the eggs. When the baby hatches, the inside of the egg, which is sparkling white, is easily spotted by the crows and alerts them that a defenseless baby seagull has been born.

In spite of its name, the bird’s heads are white at birth. The feathers on the head turn black when it is time for the gull to mate. These innate characteristics that have been endowed upon it the bird by the Creator. That’s the same thing with humanity. The Creator God has placed in us the innate desire to pray. Mankind will pray to something or someone. In the Gospel according to Luke, the disciples of Jesus Christ wanted to know how to pray.

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