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    Shoebill Also of note about this amazing animal? Shoebills are abnormally tall, with some individuals reaching heights of over 4 feet. And, unlike many others birds who inhabit similar marsh environments, shoebills are highly effective predators. Their long legs are perfect for traversing shallow waters, where they prey on reptiles, rodents and fish. They are even known to strike against juvenile crocodiles! Shoebills use their powerful beaks to grasp and strangle just about anything they encounter, but don’t worry – they don’t prey on humans. https://files.catbox.moe/bnhmz1.jpg
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    A Wunderpus octopus (Wunderpus photogenicus) in its larval stage. At this stage, it is transparent and drifts in the open ocean as plankton. It was during a blackwater dive in Anilo in the Philippines that the Taipei-based photographer Wu Yung-sen encountered this rare specimen. The delicate baby octopus was exhibiting its brilliantly red brain within its translucent head. The Wunderpus photogenicus (literally meaning photogenic wonder) inhabits the coastal waters of the Pacific Ocean south of the Philippines. The adults display an individually unique pattern of white spots and bands along their arms, mantle, head, and eye stalks over a rusty brownish-red background. They are able to contort themselves and change their colour patterns when disturbed or threatened so as to either blend in with their surroundings or mimic some sea creatures like the venomous spiny lion fish to ward off their threats. However, the young larvae does not profit from this protective mechanism. Photo: Wu Yung-sen https://heavenface.com/images/uploads/privates/ka5l3r9veff49rtn4sg5itpo7p/96ac3ee20b0696de4a4690bebd95dfa605347aca.jpg
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  • 13 JULY (1873)

    Christ asleep in the vessel

    ‘Master, carest thou not that we perish?’ Mark 4:38
    SUGGESTED FURTHER READING: Romans 5:6–11

    Do you think that Christ came from heaven to earth to save you, and is now indifferent about you? Do you think that he lived here thirty years of toil and weariness for your redemption, and will now cast you away? Do you believe that he went up to the cross for you, having endured Gethsemane’s terrible garden, and yet has no concern about you? Do you think he bore all the wrath of God on your behalf, and now thinks your salvation such a trifling thing that he cares not whether you perish or not? Do you believe that he slept in the grave for you, rose again for you, went within the veil for you and pleads before God for you, but is, after all, a hypocrite and has no real love to you?

    If what Christ has done does not convince you, what can? Many waters could not quench his love, neither could the floods drown it; will you not confide in him for the present and the future after what he has done for you? Consider, yet again, what he has wrought upon you personally and what you have known and felt within yourself. Years ago you were his enemy, but he saved you and made you his friend. Do you remember when, in the agony of your soul, you cried to him as from the lowest pit and he came to your rescue? Will he leave you now? If God had not done so much for us already, we might question his intentions concerning us; but after the goodness and the mercy he has manifested, surely he will go through with it and perfect the work which he has begun. He has spent too much upon his work to relinquish it now.

    FOR MEDITATION: (Our Own Hymn Book no.981 v.6—John Newton, 1779—not sung during the service, but quoted by Spurgeon within the above sermon extract)
    ‘Thou hast helped in every need,
    This emboldens me to plead;
    After so much mercy past,
    Canst Thou let me sink at last?’


    C. H. Spurgeon and Terence Peter Crosby, 365 Days with Spurgeon (Volume 4), (Leominster, UK: Day One Publications, 2007), 205.
    13 JULY (1873) Christ asleep in the vessel ‘Master, carest thou not that we perish?’ Mark 4:38 SUGGESTED FURTHER READING: Romans 5:6–11 Do you think that Christ came from heaven to earth to save you, and is now indifferent about you? Do you think that he lived here thirty years of toil and weariness for your redemption, and will now cast you away? Do you believe that he went up to the cross for you, having endured Gethsemane’s terrible garden, and yet has no concern about you? Do you think he bore all the wrath of God on your behalf, and now thinks your salvation such a trifling thing that he cares not whether you perish or not? Do you believe that he slept in the grave for you, rose again for you, went within the veil for you and pleads before God for you, but is, after all, a hypocrite and has no real love to you? If what Christ has done does not convince you, what can? Many waters could not quench his love, neither could the floods drown it; will you not confide in him for the present and the future after what he has done for you? Consider, yet again, what he has wrought upon you personally and what you have known and felt within yourself. Years ago you were his enemy, but he saved you and made you his friend. Do you remember when, in the agony of your soul, you cried to him as from the lowest pit and he came to your rescue? Will he leave you now? If God had not done so much for us already, we might question his intentions concerning us; but after the goodness and the mercy he has manifested, surely he will go through with it and perfect the work which he has begun. He has spent too much upon his work to relinquish it now. FOR MEDITATION: (Our Own Hymn Book no.981 v.6—John Newton, 1779—not sung during the service, but quoted by Spurgeon within the above sermon extract) ‘Thou hast helped in every need, This emboldens me to plead; After so much mercy past, Canst Thou let me sink at last?’ C. H. Spurgeon and Terence Peter Crosby, 365 Days with Spurgeon (Volume 4), (Leominster, UK: Day One Publications, 2007), 205.
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  • 13 JULY (1873)

    Christ asleep in the vessel

    ‘Master, carest thou not that we perish?’ Mark 4:38
    SUGGESTED FURTHER READING: Romans 5:6–11

    Do you think that Christ came from heaven to earth to save you, and is now indifferent about you? Do you think that he lived here thirty years of toil and weariness for your redemption, and will now cast you away? Do you believe that he went up to the cross for you, having endured Gethsemane’s terrible garden, and yet has no concern about you? Do you think he bore all the wrath of God on your behalf, and now thinks your salvation such a trifling thing that he cares not whether you perish or not? Do you believe that he slept in the grave for you, rose again for you, went within the veil for you and pleads before God for you, but is, after all, a hypocrite and has no real love to you?

    If what Christ has done does not convince you, what can? Many waters could not quench his love, neither could the floods drown it; will you not confide in him for the present and the future after what he has done for you? Consider, yet again, what he has wrought upon you personally and what you have known and felt within yourself. Years ago you were his enemy, but he saved you and made you his friend. Do you remember when, in the agony of your soul, you cried to him as from the lowest pit and he came to your rescue? Will he leave you now? If God had not done so much for us already, we might question his intentions concerning us; but after the goodness and the mercy he has manifested, surely he will go through with it and perfect the work which he has begun. He has spent too much upon his work to relinquish it now.

    FOR MEDITATION: (Our Own Hymn Book no.981 v.6—John Newton, 1779—not sung during the service, but quoted by Spurgeon within the above sermon extract)
    ‘Thou hast helped in every need,
    This emboldens me to plead;
    After so much mercy past,
    Canst Thou let me sink at last?’


    C. H. Spurgeon and Terence Peter Crosby, 365 Days with Spurgeon (Volume 4), (Leominster, UK: Day One Publications, 2007), 205.
    13 JULY (1873) Christ asleep in the vessel ‘Master, carest thou not that we perish?’ Mark 4:38 SUGGESTED FURTHER READING: Romans 5:6–11 Do you think that Christ came from heaven to earth to save you, and is now indifferent about you? Do you think that he lived here thirty years of toil and weariness for your redemption, and will now cast you away? Do you believe that he went up to the cross for you, having endured Gethsemane’s terrible garden, and yet has no concern about you? Do you think he bore all the wrath of God on your behalf, and now thinks your salvation such a trifling thing that he cares not whether you perish or not? Do you believe that he slept in the grave for you, rose again for you, went within the veil for you and pleads before God for you, but is, after all, a hypocrite and has no real love to you? If what Christ has done does not convince you, what can? Many waters could not quench his love, neither could the floods drown it; will you not confide in him for the present and the future after what he has done for you? Consider, yet again, what he has wrought upon you personally and what you have known and felt within yourself. Years ago you were his enemy, but he saved you and made you his friend. Do you remember when, in the agony of your soul, you cried to him as from the lowest pit and he came to your rescue? Will he leave you now? If God had not done so much for us already, we might question his intentions concerning us; but after the goodness and the mercy he has manifested, surely he will go through with it and perfect the work which he has begun. He has spent too much upon his work to relinquish it now. FOR MEDITATION: (Our Own Hymn Book no.981 v.6—John Newton, 1779—not sung during the service, but quoted by Spurgeon within the above sermon extract) ‘Thou hast helped in every need, This emboldens me to plead; After so much mercy past, Canst Thou let me sink at last?’ C. H. Spurgeon and Terence Peter Crosby, 365 Days with Spurgeon (Volume 4), (Leominster, UK: Day One Publications, 2007), 205.
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