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I wait for the Lord to help me. I trust His word. The seahorse or Hippocampus, if you want to be scientific!

This unusual creature often swims with another seahorse, and they link their tails to stay together. So rather than go out hunting for food, seahorses use their tails like anchors, holding on to a piece of sea grass or coral. Gilio then wait for food — plankton and tiny crustaceans — to drift by so they can suck it up with their long snouts.

Indescribable: Encountering the Glory of God in the Beauty of the Universe by Louie Giglio

But God has given it everything it needs: God promises the same to you. God will use His wonderful riches in Christ Jesus to give you everything you need. God provides you indescibable food and shelter, Jesus to swim through life with, and the promises of His Word to hold on to. Like the seahorse, you may sometimes have to hold on and wait for God to deliver His promises — but He always will, indsecribable at just the perfect time.


Help me, Lord, to wait for Your perfect timing. And while I wait, teach me to live the way You want me to. I will follow You! Seahorses are one of the few animals for which the male bears the young for the female.

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The eggs stay in the pouch until they hatch about 45 days later. Encourage one another and build each other up. Scientists have long known that some animals use tools to help them get what they need. The veined octopus Amphioctopus marginatus builds its home using coconut shell halves that people have thrown into the ocean.


Stacking one on top of the other, it crawls between the two halves — the perfect underwater armor for this soft-bodied octopus. When the octopus needs to travel, it simply stacks the shell halves under its gigilo — much like stacking two bowls. Scientists have even spotted veined octopuses digging buried coconut shells out of the sand and squirting them with jets of water to clean them before moving in.


God gave some animals the ability to use tools, but did you know that He made you to be a tool? God wants you to be His tool in building up others and indescribabel them to Him. How can you do that? He tells you in His Word:. Go and make followers of all people in the world. Baptize them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. Teach them to obey everything that I have told you. Lord, I want to be a tool in building Your kingdom.

Help me live a life that tells the world about Gigliio. The veined octopus is just one of several animals that uses tools. Also, sea otters use stones as hammers to crack open abalone shells to get to the food inside. Come leave your comments about sharing your faith on our blog. We want to hear from you! See the Seahorse I wait for the Lord to help me. He tells you in His Word: