Birdie's & Bekah's Blogpost

This morning I read an inspiring blogpost on another Princess Warrior’s blog. She is a dear friend to me, Royal Soldier for the kingdom on Christ, and a great encouragement to me. I am so grateful that the Lord brought her into my life and blessed me with her friendship. This morning, my sweet sister experienced something amazing—she posted a quit little post about it. And the Lord used that blogpost to encourage and inspire me. Funny thing is, is that just as in the Biblical book of Esther, the name Jesus or God appears not once, yet His mighty hand and gigantic fingerprints were blatantly stamped all over this post, that I wanted to share it with you all.
This is her original post:  Everyday Faith: Window Birdie
"So a few minutes ago I heard a loud thud. Knew a bird hit the window.
Went out to check. Found this tiny finch-like bird on the ground.
When I pressed my hand down in front of him, he hopped onto my hand, clamped onto my finger with his tiny feet, then wouldn't let go. *smiles*
He sat there for about 15 minutes, while I tried to exam him, see if there was any injury I could find... he seemed qui
te content to sit there.
Then when he tried to fly away, he fell to the ground & I could see his one wing was bent at a funny angle.
So I picked him out again & pulled the wing out from his body.... I felt this little "pop" under my finger, & then the wing was straight again.
Few seconds later, he flew away... so I think he will live!
It feels good to help a wee birdie in such a way. *smiles* ♥"

(Both precious pictures credited to Bekah Wall and her blog Everyday Faith!)

First of all, how awesome is that?! To be able to hold a baby birdie in the palm of your hand!!! What a blessing!
But when I read this post, I couldn’t help but think, “His eye is on the sparrow, and I know He watches me!”
I left a comment to this end on Bekah’s post, but THINK ABOUT THIS, dear sister!
If Almighty, all-powerful God, Who created the entire universe and simply breathed out stars that are so big, that if you compared earth to a golf ball then compared that golf ball to the star, it would be the size of Mt. Everest—if that God cares enough about a clumsy little birdie with a penchant for flying into windows, that He has a young woman pop it’s little wing back into place so it can fly again—if He cares that much about a little defenseless bird, how much more does He care about YOU, who are worth MUCH more to Him than MANY sparrows?!?!!?!?!?!?!!??!!?!??!

While talking with my wise father about it, he brought out another interesting point: both that little birdie and also one of our chickens that my little sister Bethie just recently (and literally—it was so adorable!J) nursed back to health, hung around, kept coming back to, and even clung to it’s caretaker for comfort, nourishment, healing, and support while it was still sick. Once it’s wing or it’s eyes were healed, it flew away (to go do work to complete it’s original, created purpose!). The wounded bird clung to its savior for help until it received it!

Oh how much both of these examples can be applied to our lives as set-apart Princess Warriors for Jesus Christ!

If you do anything, dear sister, anything at all in response to this post, let it be that you take comfort and joy in knowing that Almighty God cares so phenomenally much about you! He loves you to pieces!  He wants you to cling to and abide in Him until (and even after! Lol) you receive that healing comfort you so badly need!!!

Remember—Jesus cares so much for even one of the tiniest of His creations to a have a special young woman pop its wing back into place—So take heart, Dear One! You are worth MUCH MORE to Him than many baby birdies!!!!!

“Are not two sparrows sold for a farthing? and one of them shall not fall on the ground without your Father.” (Matthew 10:29)

“Fear ye not therefore, ye are of more value than many sparrows.” (Matthew 10:31)

“Are not five sparrows sold for two farthings, and not one of them is forgotten before God?” (Luke 12:6)

“But even the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Fear not therefore: ye are of more value than many sparrows.” (Luke 12:7)