The web made by the orchard orbweaver spider was nearly perfect when I noticed it.
Row after row of mathematically perfect sections.
A geometry lesson waiting to happen.
A lesson for people, that is.
The spider is not in need of further instruction.
Without any problem at all, he can whip out a marvel of beauty, working steadily and efficiently with intense focus and determination.
Who taught the spider to do this?
God placed the wisdom and intellect needed to create such a masterpiece in the spider’s mind.
People don’t make webs like spiders, but we do many other things.
Consider this scripture:
By wisdom a house is built,
and by understanding it is established;
God gives us the ability to learn.
With our learning, we may construct a physical house.
By gaining understanding, a “household” or family can be defined by loving care and nurturing.
Who gives us understanding?
How can we know how to build and establish our households?
God gives skill and understanding concerning webs to a spider.
He is certainly willing to give wisdom to His people.
Asking for guidance and instruction from God is always the right choice.
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