Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Upside Down Corn

The wildlife corn fields are not harvested like they are in the agricultural fields nearby. They are left rich with corn that dries on the stalk so that waterfowl can have an abundance of food during the winter months. Corn always grows with the ears facing upwards. But as it dries and the season passes, the ears all turn down, creating a sheltered shell that's safe from rain and snow. Just another way that God provides for His creatures.

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