Sunday, November 6, 2016

May God continue to bless Ben...

For I am blessed to be a steward of His creation.

Psalm 50:10 For every beast of the forest is mine, and the cattle upon a thousand hills.  11 I know all the fowls of the mountains: and the wild beasts of the field are mine.

8 comments:

Janet said...

Ben is a beautiful creation and he is here by grace.

Margery Bills said...

Ah ha, a retired priest was wrong. He told me not to have dogs (actually they were wolves) because God does not care about animals and they do not go to heaven.

Margery Bills said...

You can see he cares about you.

John Wells said...

Based on scripture, I do not believe animals have everlasting life. But how they are treated on earth definitely has a bearing on our chances.

Rita B. said...

He gets more handsome with every passing day. You've done a fine job of raising him.

Gene Adcock said...

John, The picture is awesome! The words of your post and the picture show the grace of God. Ben's eyes looking direct to the camera as if he knows your love.

I have sort of forgotten how old Ben is now. I first saw him in a short movie clip you posted some time ago, before you installed the fence and barn for him. He was a young calf romping and running to investigate his new world.

May God Bless,
Gene

Dale said...

Based on our scripture yes he has no future only now. Ben might inclined toward Hinduism, a much better gig for a beevish fellow.

Ann Poucher said...

It is a high calling to be steward of Gods creatures. And Ben is a joy and a treasure.