|I have 42 teeth that I would love to introduce ewe to!( if ewe-r ever in the Arctic!)|
|After eating , I like to "Seal" the meal with a Coke". "Things go Better with Coke!"|
|This is really cool, once ewe learn to "Go with the Floe"!|
|Welcome to my world "Under the Sea", "Under the Sea"!|
Polar bears live solitary lives, except for mating in the summer. Mothers winter in a den buried in the snow, giving birth to 1-4 cubs , each weighing up to 1.5 lbs. They nurture, feed, & train the cubs for up to 2 years, before they venture out on their own.They do live up to 23 years in zoos.
|Did ewe know that we cubs have a "Den" Mother?|
|5..4..3..2 ..1 Ready or not, Here I Come!|
Sheep are not the remarkable predators that Polar Bears are. They have their own unique contribution they make to the world. Although they both have sharp senses of smell & hearing, the Bible clearly uses sheep to illustrate the kind of relationship He desires to have with His people. What an honor for them to have Jesus refer to Himself as the Good Shepherd!
|Jesus was called the Lamb of God!|
Reflect today on the unique purpose for which Ewe were created.
The Good Shepherd has plans for Ewe. Enjoy Ewe-r day with that thought in mind!
Being confident of this very thing, that He who has begun a good work in you will complete
it until the day of Jesus Christ." Phil. 1:6