1. What is the smallest flower?
2. What is the largest flower?
3. What is the largest animal in the ocean?
4. What is the smallest animal in the ocean?
5. What is the largest bird?
6. What is the smallest bird?
This Sunday we will be exploring the difference between how God and humanity look at creation and all that is in it. For several decades there has been a quest to possess the world’s tallest building. Once it was the Empire State Building; currently the Burj Khalifa in Dubai has the honor, standing at 2,716.5 feet.
We are tempted to believe that bigger is better. God’s viewpoint is refreshing: all of creation is valued and loved. In Matthew’s gospel we are reminded of a God who numbers the hairs on our heads and values the sparrows. Jesus reminds us of God’s ongoing care and protection, urging His disciples not to be afraid.
May God richly bless you as you remember God’s love for you this weekend!
Pastor Cathy Johns
1. Watermeal., or duckweed, is a flowering aquatic plant about the size of a grain of rice.
2. Rafflesia arnoldil, found in the Indonesian rainforest, can grow up to 3 feet across and weigh up to 15 pounds.
3. The Blue whale boasts 100 feet in length and weighs between 100-150 tons.
4. Zooplankton, which drift on ocean currents, are the tiniest animals in the sea.
5. Ostriches are the largest birds; their height can be 6 ft. and their weight 150 kilograms.
6. The bee hummingbird, only 2 to 2.4 inches, weighs between 0.056 – 0.071 ounces, less than the weight of a penny.