Saturday, June 29, 2013

curiouser and curiouser

Hello everybody, it's me Rebecca -- from My Amazing Days!! This morning Mommy woke up really cranky because she had another achy, disturbed sleep, but she cheered up after her prayers because this was the title of today's devotion: "God's Perfect Timing"!

The Bible quote was "But let patience have its perfect work, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking nothing" (James 1:4). "'Due season' is God's season, not ours," the devotion said. "We are in a hurry; God isn't. He takes time to do things right -- He lays a solid foundation before He attempts to build a building... We may not always know, but we can be satisfied to know the One Who knows. God's timing seems to be His own little secret. The Bible promises us that He will never be late, but I have also discovered that He is usually not early. It seems that He takes every available opportunity to develop the fruit of patience in us.

"Vine's dictionary of Greek words begins the definition of patience as "Patience, which grows only in trial"... Patience is vital to the development of our full potential. Actually, our potential is only developed as our patience is developed. It is God's way -- there is no other, so why not settle down and enjoy the journey?" (from New Day New You, by Joyce Meyer).

I was glad Mommy felt better! Then I decided to show her my little movie that I had been working on yesterday! Do you know what the "twilight zone" is? It is the middle layer of the world's oceans, that part of the pelagic zone that goes down from 200 to 1000 metres below the ocean surface (the pelagic zone is any water in a sea or lake that is neither close to the bottom nor near the shore). According to Wiki, some light penetrates this deep, but it is insufficient for photosynthesis. Animals such as swordfish, squid, wolf eels, cuttlefish, and other semi-deep sea creatures live here. They are adapted to life in near darkness, cold water and high pressure. Also, there is enough sunlight for animals, such as the chain catshark, to be fluorescent!

Mommy enjoyed my little movie -- I hope you will too!! Have an awesome weekend and see you again soon!!


Sara said...

Oh i just L-O-V-E-D when you made a dramatic film out of it! The film is awesome and it is so relaxing to see the bubbles!

Kay G. said...

Wow, what a great movie. What WILL come from the murky depths?

You might not know this song: "Turn, Turn, Turn" by the Byrds. It is an old song from the 60's, and almost all of the words are from the Bible, from the book of Ecclesiastes. Look it up! You will be singing it all day!

Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

What an amazing video. I especially liked the 'drama' that followed :) Yes, it is very pretty, and quite wonderful. The ocean has always fascinated me. It is very mysterious and beautiful.

Magic Love Crow said...

The video is amazing! Love it! I'm so happy mom is feeling better ;o) Big Hugs ;o)

Rowena @ rolala loves said...

Great movie Becky! That last part with the music was my favorite. So dramatic and I loved learning about why oil and water don't mix. I'm glad it made your Mommy feel better. Please send her my best wishes and hugs. I hope she's hanging in there and is doing better.

Rowena @ rolala loves
Enter my Firmoo Eyewear Giveaway!

Dee said...

I do hope your mom is better soon. You are doing such a grand job with her blog..she must be proud. The video is nice.


Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...