Monday, October 29, 2012

Did Ewe Say Timberrr?

The eastern Timber Wolf is an amazing creature that inhabits North America. It is ordinarily shy, however becomes very dangerous when it joins a pack! Wolves in a pack are relentless in their pursuit of prey.They patiently wait for the opportune moment to strike as a cooperative team! Together they are able to take down a moose, twelve times their own weight, having antlers & hooves that could prove to be lethal!

"Paws"e for a moment & reflect on how Wild I Look!
Wolves travel in a pack that is led by a dominant alpha male & female.They strengthen the pack & breed, producing a litter 0f 4-14 pups.The pups are born in a den dug six to thirty feet long underground.Wolves are loyal & affectionate parents, & both  share in the responsibilities of caring for the pups.Wolves are loyal to their mates & will mate for life!The term "Lone Wolf" is a term given to a wolf that loses its mate & generally doesn't mate again. . 

Ewe might say that my life has gone to the Dogs!

Sheep do herd together for safety,however,they rely more on the Shepherd for food & drink.Those sheep that do try to explore solo, usually find themselves in trouble! They can easily be "cast down", with all four legs in the air! Left in this condition, a sheep will die without help![a pick-me-up]

I know what ewe-r thinking!  I had nothing to do with it!Do ewe think Ewe could give me a Lift?

 Sheep enjoy being cared for by the Shepherd.Of all domesticated animals, sheep need the most guidance & direction.A faithful Shepherd understands this & remains loyally by their side! Like the wolf, he's committed to the relationship for the long haul!

Do ewe think they'll notice? Be Cool & just Blend!We'll eat later!

The Good Shepherd cares for Ewe perfectly! His committment  to Ewe can't be shaken! Trust Him to care for Ewe today!

" I am the Good Shepherd; and I know and recognize My own, and My own know and recognize Me" John 10:14

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