Weekly Photo Challenge-Light

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God said, “Let there be light”

And there was.

He created two lights.

One to govern the night the other to govern the day.

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To watch over the night he created the Moon which reflected the sun’s rays to light the darkness.

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To light up and warm the days he created the Sun

Sun_0773b…which would shine for eternity, during the day…

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…before setting in a fiery ball, giving way to the Moon at the onset of night.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Lights

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    • He does and He created the animals which we wanted to see and they were fascinating. Just a pity that they are being poached out of existence. In fact I see there is a rhino farm/ranch/park in Texas in an effort to keep the species alive.

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      • But it sad to think that the animals need to be moved to another continent to be saved from poachers. We were within twenty metres of a feeding elephant for ten or fifteen minutes. There is a photo on Facebook of a family, all smiles, who have just shot an elephant. Gory and disgusting. Another story of a 16 year old boy who wanted to shot the game animals on every continent…came to Africa shot his animals and moved on to the next target….. I will stop. Sorry.

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