Summary: Many believers get bogged down with the duties of Christianity while they should be focusing on worship rather than duty.

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Chickens or Eagles

Isaiah 40:29-31


I. Facts about chickens

#1. Chickens love to go with the flow and follow other chickens.

- If one chicken wonders out of the chicken coop all of the others follow

- They may not know where they are going, but they don’t want to miss out on anything that is going on.

#2. They make big deals over small matters.

-When a chicken lays an egg. All the other chickens in the chicken yard find out.

-If one finds a worm or a bug in the dirt. They all want it (all the chickens in the yard will pursue and kill that other chicken for a little bug).

-They eat anything they can pick on (especially if another chicken is eating it).

#3. Some chickens are bullies

They love to take stuff away from other fellow chicken and they pick on others smaller than them.

#4. Some love to show off.

-Have you seen a chicken crowing at 4 in the morning?

-They are real wimps, run after it and you will see.

#5. Chickens are not interested in heavenly things.

- They are content with the chicken coop

- scratching the dirt for food,

- always looking down

- They are earth bound and most will not fly long distances.


-They spend all their time fighting, arguing, eating dirt, looking at the ground, and confined to the chicken yard.

II. Character Traits of an Eagle – Characteristics we derive from the Eagle

1. Strength Two types of eagles are called Golden and Imperial. Golden refers to divinity. Imperial means having supreme authority.

2. Keenness – Eagle Eye

3. Swiftness

4. Courage

5. Freedom

#1 - Anatomy

1. 7ft. wing span

2. 12 pounds in weight

3. keen eye sight - spot a rabbit at 2miles-The ruler of the sky and nothing escapes its vision or eyesight

4. 270 degree peripheral vision

5. Acute depth perception

6. Clear membrane that protects it’s eye

7. It’s strength enables it to carry well over it’s own body weight – reported an eagle carrying a baby lamb.

8. It replaces it’s feathers each year –

- Feathers are designed to conserve body heat in the winter and to keep the eagle cool in the summer (it adapts to his own territory and external conditions cannot effect the eagles flight) What is unique about the eagle when molting it never is left incapacitated like some molting birds.

They that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength – they shall replenish, replace or refresh themselves

Psalm 103:5 – youth is renewed like the eagles•

#2 -The Flight of an Eagle – Proverbs 30:18-19

1. Reach speeds of over 150 miles per hour

2. Soars to heights of 1/2 miles

3. Dives at speeds of 200 miles per hour

4. Glides at altitudes of over 2,500 feet

Does all this and appear to do it so effortlessly Eagle’s have been seen to be soaring almost motionless in hurricane force winds

Turbulent Winds

Great lifting power causes the eagle to fly higher greater lift power in the updrafts of turbulent winds

Gives him a bigger view because he can get higher Gets him to levels no one else is Allows the eagle to use less effort to get there – He rides the winds – He doesn’t flutter his wings like a humming bird.

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