Walk With Ken Boyle Podcast – The Chipmunk

Jesus said, “Look at the birds of the air for they neither sow, nor reap, nor gather into barns, yet your Heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not more of value than they?” This week I discuss a story you may have heard me tell before. It’s about a chipmunk, whose winter home I almost destroyed accidentally and how, within a day, that chipmunk had moved his home elsewhere. How smart God had made the chipmunk. At that moment I saw the face of God and his loving care for even the smallest of creatures. Walk with me this week to hear me discuss how we should not worry about tomorrow. If you’ll believe with me in our Lord’s words, and we help each other, we will face tomorrow together.

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In Christian love, Ken.

One thought on “Walk With Ken Boyle Podcast – The Chipmunk

  1. I love that God promises to go and prepare a place for us. (John 14:1-4) It’s so comforting to know he will take care of us just like that chipmunk and the birds of the air. I recently read about Petra and that God has that area prepared already for the believers during the tribulation. To me, that is the evidence that he is also preparing a place for me in heaven. Thank you for another great blog post Ken!

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