Beneath the spreading heavens, no creature but is fed;
And He Who feeds the ravens will give His children bread.
I’m continuing the series on Scriptural Lessons from the Natural World at Out of the Ordinary today.
Scripture uses our knowledge that both humans and animals have food to teach us about God—or, more precisely, to remind us of what we already should know about God. We can know that God exists, and that he is good, wise, and powerful because he feed his creatures.
But there’s more. That God has revealed himself by providing food for us ought to influence what we do. I’ve found four biblical commands based on our knowledge of God’s food provision. The first two apply to everyone, but the last two are especially for believers.
Read the rest of All Creatures Eat (Part 1).