Surviving The Jungle: The Renewing Power of Nature ‖ Desruisseaux DAAYS ‖ AYM ‖ 18.07.2020 @ 4:15PM

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Airways service thisafternoon under little even survivingthe jungleEwing power of nature we are in thelovely community of coalWatch at: 06:00 / 06:20see under the sky the clouds and thegreen all around truly our God is anartist and he has created a masterpiecewe are not breaking how many Father weWatch at: 06:20 / 06:40are but you want now to the main stageWatch at: 06:40 / 07:00or we shall praise[Music]Watch at: 07:00 / 07:20[Music][Music]Watch at: 07:20 / 07:40[Music]Watch at: 07:40 / 08:00on[Music]Watch at: 08:00 / 08:20[Applause][Music][Music]Watch at: 08:20 / 08:40[Music]HeyWatch at: 08:40 / 09:00everywhereWatch at: 09:00 / 09:20[Music][Music]Watch at: 09:20 / 09:40HeyWatch at: 09:40 / 10:00Watch at: 10:00 / 10:20[Music][Music]Watch at: 10:20 / 10:40Oh[Music]Watch at: 10:40 / 11:00[Music]Watch at: 11:00 / 11:20[Music]Watch at: 11:20 / 11:40and since we I mean nature today we cansing All Things Bright and Beautiful allcreatures great[Music]Watch at: 11:40 / 12:00[Music]Watch at: 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22:00yeahOh God[Music]Watch at: 22:00 / 22:20[Music]Watch at: 22:20 / 22:40yeahWatch at: 22:40 / 23:00IWatch at: 23:00 / 23:20[Music]Watch at: 23:20 / 23:40you please so I can walk right throughit yes our trapyou rescued me so I can stand and singWatch at: 23:40 / 24:00[Music][Music]Watch at: 24:00 / 24:20you rescued me so I can[Music][Music]Watch at: 24:20 / 24:40I'm a child of GodI am a childWatch at: 24:40 / 25:00[Music]Watch at: 25:00 / 25:20is surviving the jungle the renewingpower of nature some 19:1 reminds usthat the heavens declare the glory ofGod and the firmament showeth hishandiwork outside the Bible there isWatch at: 25:20 / 25:40another place where God reveals himselfhe is written on the leaves of everytree his glory is etched into everystone and we can hear about him throughthe preaching of the wind and the wavesthe birds sing his praises new everymorning and the stars display hismajestyWatch at: 25:40 / 26:00today we are joined with sister BertheLea Thomas who will be leading thisdiscussion I believe that she is verywell abled and fit to delete thisdiscussion this afternoon so before wecommence I would like to give her theopportunity to introduce herselfWatch at: 26:00 / 26:20thank you sister Toby a good afternooneveryone and a special good afternoon toall our viewers happy Sabbath I wouldlike to thank executive and by extensionpastor Thomas for having me here it isalways a wonderful privilege to talkabout nature the things of God theWatch at: 26:20 / 26:40wonderful things he has made how we canuse them sustainably and how we can takecare of them so I'm very happy to behere since that Toby has asked me tointroduce myself what can I sayI'm originally from the community ofMiko I have served in the department ofsustainable development for the lastWatch at: 26:40 / 27:00nine years I serve as the sustainabledevelopment and environment officer withresponsibility for science andtechnologyI am currently pursuing a PhD in naturalresource management I am married to thevibrant and illustrious fasted EvanThomas and I am the mother of theWatch at: 27:00 / 27:20handsome little Benjamin Thomas so it'sI'm very happy to be here and I'm hopingthat we can have a very fruitfuldiscussion okay thank you before we goany further we will breakinto a feature a children's feature thanby assisted esmad ArifWatch at: 27:20 / 27:40once my name is auntie Dresner and thisis we are from the days of district ofseventh-day adventists and today forChildren's Corner we are going to bedoing some crafts and we are going to bemaking up butterfly do you know theWatch at: 27:40 / 28:00butterfly side here can you show me whata butterfly looks like yes this is thecraft that we'll be making today and todo that you can put it down to do thatwe would need some supplies we will needglue two strips of paper your yourchoice of lengths we also need someWatch at: 28:00 / 28:20paper and toilet paper roll and you mayor may not decide to use googly eyes sowe are going to get started this is alltoilet paper roll I have already placedon colored paper inside there to save onWatch at: 28:20 / 28:40some time you can measure your toiletpaper loop to see how long it is so youcan cut up your paper to wrap around sowe're going to measure four inches andwe're going to cut the length fourinches so we're drawing our line fourWatch at: 28:40 / 29:00inches and this 20 people would if wemeasure it around my ruler is flexibleso I can do that it's about seven inchesall around so we're going to cut it atseven inches and there we have it soWatch at: 29:00 / 29:20we're going to take this and cut it upnicely so we can wrap it around ourtoilet paper roll to make our butterflya pretty pink color do you like youstink your yepokay almost yeah now remember boys andWatch at: 29:20 / 29:40girls if you are not old enough to use ascissors on your own you need to getyour parent or somebody older than youto assist you so you don't cut yourselfso we're going to get some glueand we're going to put some glue allWatch at: 29:40 / 30:00around so it sticks to the toilet paperoh I'm having fun dearso we put some glue all around you canuse paper glue or whatever glue you havejust as long as it sticks to the paperWatch at: 30:00 / 30:20and the toilet paper roll I like thisbook because it sticks really hard andshow that the glue is everywhere becauseyou'll be cutting it up when it is onthe toilet paper roll then you don'twant it getting unstuck on the edgesWatch at: 30:20 / 30:40okay so we have our glue on here we'regoing to check this now the toilet paperroll and put it on here and just roll itso the entire roll of toilet paper iscovered and there we have it a pink rollWatch at: 30:40 / 31:00of toilet paper so now we're going tocut our toilet paper roll into four wehave to first remember we measure cheeseso we're going to cut it we're going tomark it in half at two and we're goingto cut Thank You ideaWatch at: 31:00 / 31:20you need a really big scissors to cut itthere we have it cut into but we alsohave to cut these again into so we'remeasuring it's two inches so we cut itWatch at: 31:20 / 31:40at one and we do the same for this onecut it at one and then we cut you'resuch a great happen on to the other twoWatch at: 31:40 / 32:00[Music]then we have it boys and girlsremember I told you I put in the poopoopaper before so you can either colorinside of yours or you can put paperinside before you cut it up so we'reWatch at: 32:00 / 32:20going to take our four pieces and we'regoing to stick them together by cheeseso I'm going to take these like that andstick the two ends togetherWatch at: 32:20 / 32:39[Music]there we go put them togetherleave it to Stetson and you take theother two to stick togetherWatch at: 32:39 / 33:00a butterfly is going to be purple andpink well you love yellow - well our butin fact that we made before was yes andthen we have and now you're going to putWatch at: 33:00 / 33:20them together[Music]we need our strips of paper first let'sget a strip of paper put a little glueWatch at: 33:20 / 33:39on there and a little on the other side[Music]Watch at: 33:39 / 34:00and we're putting it right here this isthe butterflies Angela said you like toyellow right so now we have purple pinkand yellow then we stick the twotogether so create our final masterpieceWatch at: 34:00 / 34:20I'm going to put googly eyes on ourbutterfly idea yes you want cookie eyesso let's get good videos get some glueWatch at: 34:20 / 34:40under googly eyes there we go good jobanyone around here put some glue on theother one good girland we'll put it on hereWatch at: 34:40 / 35:00and there we have it boys and girls ourpurple and pink butterfly and here wehave it boys and girlsI have a beautiful butterfly a butterflycomes from a caterpillar now we maythink the caterpillar is an eerieWatch at: 35:00 / 35:20creature but after a few days of thecaterpillar living in its cocoon thecocoon is its home it becomes abeautiful butterfly just like Aliceright in here maybe even more pretty yesand boys and girls Jesus wants you to bea beautiful butterfly Jesus wants you toWatch at: 35:20 / 35:40be kind be courteous and be respectfulbut remember no matter what you havedone he can make you beautiful you justhave to trust in him and do what he saysthe Bible says if anyone is in Christ hebecomes a new creature just like theWatch at: 35:40 / 36:00butterfly the old me caterpillar changesand it has beautiful colorful wings intothat beautiful butterfly that we love tosee and we love to catch thank you forjoining us for our children's corner Ihope that you have a wonderful day wenow invite brother Kieran Cena is toproposeWatch at: 36:00 / 36:20[Music]thank you thank you that thank you forfor throwing us your love for naturethere alone and thank you for that sweetarea trouble you have given us throughWatch at: 36:20 / 36:40nature thank you for that sugary andsweet mangoes that nice and juicy plumsthat's sweet and underwater vehicles andlike a juicy bananas and help us so thatwe can obey you are trusted and his allour hearts up to you I never can be theWatch at: 36:40 / 37:00best boys under the best management andon posting his name we pray God shows ushis love natureamenwe'd like to thank sister decima orWatch at: 37:00 / 37:20until asthma for these children'sfeature and of course a little helperdear Jerry before we begin I would liketo say or recite a scripture job 1279which encourages us to ask nature aboutwho God is but ask now the beasts andWatch at: 37:20 / 37:40they shall tell thee and the fowls ofthe air and they shall tell thee orspeak to the earth and it shall teachthee and the fishes of the sea shalldeclare unto thee who knoweth not in allthese that the hand of the Lord haswrought this so we're moving right alonginto our discussion are you ready yes weare so our first question is just to layWatch at: 37:40 / 38:00a foundation to set the foundation ourfirst question well I would like you todefine the term environment wonderfulsister Tuvia that's a great place tostart so that some environment refers tothe surroundings or the conditions inWatch at: 38:00 / 38:20with you in which human beings plantsand animals live and operate it canrefer to a specific geographic area orit can refer to the entire earth so theentire Earth can be considered anenvironment now if you want to get a bittechnical we can talk about the types ofWatch at: 38:20 / 38:40environment our focus today is thenatural environment and that refers toall living things and nonliving thingsthat occur naturally so for example ifwe talk about a rainforest environmentthat would include our trees our shrubsour vines our grasses that would includeWatch at: 38:40 / 39:00the rain the water the air the soil thestones the animals whether they arebirds or reptiles or insects or unfitsall of that would be the naturalenvironment we can compare that to thebuilt environment which of course refersto the features and the facilities thatWatch at: 39:00 / 39:20are man-made and then there are somemore types of environments that I don'tthink we will get in today thisenvironment the psychologicalenvironment the cultural environment butall of these are influenced in one wayor another by our natural environmentall the conditions and surroundings inWatch at: 39:20 / 39:40which a plant animal or a human beinglives and operates so now that we havedefined that some environment I wouldlike you to distinguish betweenthreatens we are conservationpreservation and sustainable developmentwonderful very good question sister Tobya lot of people tend to confuse orWatch at: 39:40 / 40:00interchanged atoms preservation andconservation but the two arefundamentally different when we talkabout preservation we're referring tokeeping things in the pristine State soyou have designated this mangrove forestWatch at: 40:00 / 40:20and we're not gonna touch it we're notgonna interfere with it it remains as iswe contrast that to conservation whichmeans we try to use things sustainablyso for example right here in st. Luciaour sue free marine Management Area isan example of a conservation area whereWatch at: 40:20 / 40:40we have no tech regions we have fishingareas we have areas for recreation andall of that together makes a niceprotected area what can happen though isover time a knotek area can then becomea fishing area and a fishing area canWatch at: 40:40 / 41:00now become a knotek area so it allowspeople to sustainably manage a naturalresource and you brought up a verypopular term sustainable development andand not to get too technical but thisterm means it can be an a mouthful itmeans using resources in a way by oneWatch at: 41:00 / 41:20generation that does not prevent futuregenerations from benefiting from thatsame resource so my use of a rainforestwould not hinder my children and mygrandchildren from benefiting from thatsame resource in a similar manner inwhich I benefited from it there is anWatch at: 41:20 / 41:40all-american Indian proverb whichsays we do not inherit the earth fromour children instead we do not inheritthe earth from our ancestors instead weborrow it from our childrenso this is the the foundation ofsustainable development to use aresource in such a way that I canbenefit and my basic needs can be metWatch at: 41:40 / 42:00and I can enjoy human wellbeing but myuse of that resource does not hinderfuture generations from enjoying thatsame resource this was beautifullyexplained I must say well we have totake a short break so we can go into ournature feature done by sister Alicia soWatch at: 42:00 / 42:20this is what we are going to go into nowwelcome welcome to the nature cornerwith me Nikhil sillies I hope you enjoywhat you learned today today we'll betaking a look at Alicia's beautifulWatch at: 42:20 / 42:40kitchen garden where you'll find a lotof beautiful plants right which are richin certain nutrients that we did notknow about I do not know about it but Ijust found out and I'm glad that I foundout we use it every day such as basilspring onions thyme peppermint bay leafaka Baden which is good the fellows loveWatch at: 42:40 / 43:00to drink about any good in Cocoa Thea Iknow about it yes so the first thing toconsider is spring onions we it'sactually a good source of fiber vitaminWatch at: 43:00 / 43:20A and B 6 the other pan that would beconsidered today is rosemary some of ususe it for tea some of us use it is alsoin our feed but we actually have it youcan actually use it to prevent brainWatch at: 43:20 / 43:40aging and muscle degeneration[Music]next on the list we actually have wehave a few segments I actually have twoWatch at: 43:40 / 44:00types or three types of diesel becausethey send to be different colors may Ihave the purple I have test form and Ihave the regular basil that we usuallycall diversity it helps with skinquality so if you are looking to haveWatch at: 44:00 / 44:20better skin you can use the basil youcan drink it or you can have itand it also fights depression right nowespecially in this pandemic a lot of usare going for depression businessprobably not working or we have we haveyou know little issues or little stressWatch at: 44:20 / 44:40problems so this will actually help comeor soon next up on the list we have asage brush this actually supports oralhealth and if anybody has high bloodsugar levelsthis will help and here is one of myWatch at: 44:40 / 45:00favorite ones this is the baelish plantwhere we most then we call this theburden in our language and it helpsWatch at: 45:00 / 45:20blood circulation it was it wascholesterol and relieves the stress sopeople another plants good in coronaseasonthe other plant we are going to considerWatch at: 45:20 / 45:40today is pretty plant I call this onethe pretty ones because of how it worksbut it is rich in antioxidants our nextplant really sweet smell this time plantWatch at: 45:40 / 46:00it reduces inflammation in the body andit's rich in iron very very good ourWatch at: 46:00 / 46:20next plant is I actually have twodifferent ones but both of them actuallyspins they this helps position Haddixhave you ever had a have have you everhad a headache before and justWatch at: 46:20 / 46:40peppermint oil so mint and peppermintwill actually help you with headachessame thing you could draw it in yourteam or you could get some oils and useit for headaches and it also hasantibacterial and antiviral propertiesso no wonder we don't have coronalWatch at: 46:40 / 47:00generations now we go to a few plants[Music]hydrates the low in color is very low incalories rehydrate and they are high inWatch at: 47:00 / 47:20very high ujin's so if you'reconsidering weight loss this is[Music]Genesis 111 pleasethen once the Olympic world sparkvegetation months you've been seen atWatch at: 47:20 / 47:40fruit tree on their own they're bearingfruit and it was so there you have itthere are many those that I havementioned but he's our onlyWatch at: 47:40 / 48:00[Music]and we would like to thank sister Aliciafor this feature this nature feature andremoving rights along and we'll have aWatch at: 48:00 / 48:20poem by brother Nicholsstaring into the ocean of stars justlost in the toiletstill cap with a finger in it but myWatch at: 48:20 / 48:40mind just goes crazy about itI say how could something so beautifuljust be but in my mind I know it can'tjust be there must be a master that isbehind the scenes because it protectssomeone great to create out of nothingwith such wonders over sideways andWatch at: 48:40 / 49:00under cushions all things move in onemotion through devotion pointing to himsee in the beginning he said let therebe and I can imagine the brake blasts ofcolors even those we can't Father seethese artists has majestic art pieces weWatch at: 49:00 / 49:20can understand them without him givingus inside sight to see this part East isthe greatest all our artistsimitate him nature sings and praises himwith such raw talent one would thinkthat this artist his art itselfWatch at: 49:20 / 49:40scripture dances to the rhythm of thesweet melodies every drop dripping withmouth-watering jaw-dropping art thisartist invades your minds privacy hiscreations yourself you begin to searchWatch at: 49:40 / 50:00because his emotions flow in his workrapid like the Niagara but there is morehe knows how to make a mess onmasterpiece when he picked up hiseternal paintbrush and dipped it in hisWatch at: 50:00 / 50:20glory all things changed for eternitywith one stroke of history wasestablished he took many broken canvasesand used them to speak a storyillustrating salvation once you comeupon this masterpiece you immediatelyWatch at: 50:20 / 50:40had lost your heart begins to yearn toenter into its DEP's Pacific MarianasTrench[Music]there you would be hold a piece of butthe act of peace a masterpiece the oneWatch at: 50:40 / 51:00he gave his life for to give each andevery piece he brought into existence achance to be displayed in his caliberall the galaxy's the seathat piece of art is youWatch at: 51:00 / 51:20you're the part of the artist[Music]youWatch at: 51:20 / 51:40Wow this was truly a very inspirationalpoem or spoken word it was written bybrother Nichols himself and he did awonderful job at reciting it it remindedus that God is the artist of you and meWatch at: 51:40 / 52:00and everything that is beautiful innature we are moving right along wegoing back into our discussion why is itimportant to care for nature or find ourenvironmentthank you sister Tobia there are a lotof people who see that we get ourmandate for conserving or protecting theWatch at: 52:00 / 52:20environment from organizations like theUnited Nations and so forth but actuallythis is not the case before anyorganization before any agency beforeany community group or civil societygroup or nun in Vietnam government cellgroup Corps had already told us why weWatch at: 52:20 / 52:40were supposed to protect the environmentas a matter of fact we get our mandatefrom the Bible but the main reason whywe protect the environment is basicallybecause of the services that we get fromthe environment the benefits now theseWatch at: 52:40 / 53:00benefits are called ecosystem servicesnow the ecosystem services are dividedinto four categories you have yourprovisioning services you have yourregulating services you have yoursupporting services and you have yourcultural services so your provisioningservices assisted Tobia would be thingsWatch at: 53:00 / 53:20like your food your fuel your timberyour water all these we get from theenvironment you're regulating serviceswould be like pollination climateregulation water partitioning these areexamples of services we get from theWatch at: 53:20 / 53:40environment then we have supportservices like maybe our water cycle oursoil cycle without the environment wewould not be able to have food andfinally our cultural services you sawhow beautifully the systemsable to tell us about medicinal plantsthat we have a unique culture for in st.Watch at: 53:40 / 54:00Lucia you also saw the poem in which hetalked about the artists peace of ourvisas out of peace and so nature allowsus to develop things that are beautifulwhether there are songs or poems orartwork additionally when we arestressed and we've had a hard day arelaxing day by the beach truly makes usWatch at: 54:00 / 54:20come back alive and so nature can allowus to recreate additionally nature canmake some people feel spiritual orreconnected to God as they experiencethe beautiful things around them and sothe fundamental reason sister Tobia whywe protect the environment is because ofWatch at: 54:20 / 54:40the services that we receive from theenvironment and to not protect theenvironment would be to harm ourselvesthank youwe see that the environment is verybeneficial to us as human beings but youtouched a point briefly in the questionyou just answered but is there aWatch at: 54:40 / 55:00biblical basis for which we should careand consume our environment wonderfulvery profound question I think anyChristian should understand why natureor the environment is important to himor her and I would like to share a fewscriptural passages so that our audienceWatch at: 55:00 / 55:20can understand that this is notsomething we're taking out of the airbut there is a biblical foundation forenvironmental conservation and I'mhoping that they will show up on thescreen our first one is Genesis chapter1 this one Genesis chapter 1 verse 1reads in the beginning God created theWatch at: 55:20 / 55:40heavens and the earthso sisterto be a God is the Creator theBible doesn't seek to explain God hejust says he just declares God God isand so the first reason is that God isthe creator the second reason we find inWatch at: 55:40 / 56:00Psalm 24 verse 1 the earth is the Lord'sand everything in itworld and all who live in it in otherwords God is not only the creator he isalso the owner the third reason is thatit is God who give us this mandate andWatch at: 56:00 / 56:20we find this beautifully in Genesischapter 2 this is 8 and 15 Genesischapter 2 this is 8 and 15 it says nowthe Lord God had planted a garden in theeast in Eden and there he put the man heWatch at: 56:20 / 56:40had formed the Lord took the man and puthim in the Garden of Eden to work it andto take care of itso man's first responsibility wasactually to be a gardener he was anenvironmentalist and so if you look atthe King James Version the what tip isWatch at: 56:40 / 57:00used so man's responsibility was to keepthe garden but that would keep comesfrom the Hebrew would Abad it literallymeans to care for a garden as a priestwould care for the garden in the wouldcare for the sanctuary so Adam was thefirst priest and he God expects us toWatch at: 57:00 / 57:20care for our environment in a similarway that the priest was mandated to carefor the earthly sanctuary now I justwant to highlight a few more passagesthat will be F you'll permit me thatspeak directly to sustainabledevelopment pollution sanitation Tech'sWatch at: 57:20 / 57:40I am sure that persons never imaginedwere there now the first one isDeuteronomy chapter 22 verses 6 & 7Deuteronomy chapter 22 verses 6 & 7 andit says if you come across a bird's nestWatch at: 57:40 / 58:00besides at the road either in a tree oron the ground and the mother is sittingon the young or on the eggs do not takethe mother with the young you may takethe young but be sure to let the motherWatch at: 58:00 / 58:20goso that it may be well with you and youmay have long life in other words Godwas teaching the Israelites that you canuse the eggs or the young but let themuttered bird go so that should havetime to reproduce again and that's wayit would be well and so with your soulWatch at: 58:20 / 58:40so by conserving nature you're actuallyhelping yourself the third point I wantto talk about is the Bible says do notpollute this is not something thatthough the water and sewage company orgarbage company wants to tell us not topollute or the Ministry of EnvironmentWatch at: 58:40 / 59:00instead this is a Monday this is acommand we get from God we find this innumbers chapter 35 this is 33 and 34Numbers chapter 35 verses 33 and 34 andit says do not pollute the land whereWatch at: 59:00 / 59:20you are I'm sure many people did notknow that such a text exists do notdefile the land where you live and whereI dwell for either Lord it's well amongyou in other words Jesus is saying I amconcerned about your environment andoftentimes we a person's environmentWatch at: 59:20 / 59:40tells a lot about him or her theircharacter and if we serve a clean Godholy God Almighty God who is orderlythen our surroundings should reflect theGod we serve as well and finally sisterTobia this one would even make some ofyou laugh sanitation is promoted in theWatch at: 59:40 / 01:00:00Bible in Deuteronomy chapter 23 verses12 to 14 and I would I would really likeour audience to pay attention to thisone did Sarah know me chapter 23 verses12 and 14 it says designate a placeWatch at: 01:00:00 / 01:00:20outside the camp where you can go torelieve yourself in other words find aplace outside the camp where you can goand poop essentially right as part ofyour equipment howsomething to dig with and when yourelieve yourself dig a hole and cover upWatch at: 01:00:20 / 01:00:40your excrement for the Lord your Godmoves about in your camp to protect youand to deliver your enemies to you yourcamp must be holy so that he will notsee among you anything indecent or turnaway from youWatch at: 01:00:40 / 01:01:00interesting sister Tobias Oh God isconcerned about sustainable developmentGod is concerned about pollution God isconcerned about sanitation and it'sbecause he has made those things and asthe master designer he can tell us howto use them for our benefitWow so even the Bible supports andWatch at: 01:01:00 / 01:01:20emphasizes that we should take care ofour natural environment but sisterThomas are there any ways in which wecould practice taking care of ourenvironment wonderful yes so now we knowwhy that's a wonderful follow-upquestion so we should know howessentially it is not as ahead as aspeople would like to make it somethingWatch at: 01:01:20 / 01:01:40simple like not littering could be anexcellent way to keep our environmentclean so your honor you're drivingyou're on a bus carry a little bag withyou in which you can put your yourbottle and when you get home you disposeof it accordinglyalso we know of the three hours hoursWatch at: 01:01:40 / 01:02:00reduce reuse recycle and that's a simpleit's very simple to remember you reducethe quantity of stuff you use you keepreusing them instead of throwing themaway and what we don't want to throwaway we can try to recycle you saw inthe children's corner how the toiletWatch at: 01:02:00 / 01:02:20paper rows were used for crafts and sothere are things we can actually do wethink that we would have thrown awayit's always beautiful also sister Tobyhad to plant a tree so we liked that theshade of the tree we like the fruits ofthe tree it's easy to just plant one andsee it grow and leave it there so thatpeople later how long after we go on howWatch at: 01:02:20 / 01:02:40we are going can enjoy these benefitsand of course just try to use lessharmful chemicals try to use a lotorganic stuff plant our own food growwhat we eat use what we have rather thanbuy things off the shelf and these aresome simple ways that we can truly takecare of our environment and and in thelong run well not so long run take careWatch at: 01:02:40 / 01:03:00of our bodies and our cells we see thatit is very easy to take care of ourenvironment so we should all be takencare of and our environment now we're alittle bit engrossed into thisdiscussion but we will now take a littlebreak and we'll have a health feature bysister ClaudiaWatch at: 01:03:00 / 01:03:20[Music]I love youWatch at: 01:03:20 / 01:03:40Oh your mercy never fails me all my daysI've been heldfrom the moment that awaketo the lake[Music]Watch at: 01:03:40 / 01:04:00Pyrus did good man[Music]you[Music]Watch at: 01:04:00 / 01:04:19[Music]I loveWatch at: 01:04:19 / 01:04:40[Music]Oh[Music]Watch at: 01:04:40 / 01:05:00Watch at: 01:05:00 / 01:05:19[Music][Music]Watch at: 01:05:19 / 01:05:40[Applause][Applause]Watch at: 01:05:40 / 01:06:00Watch at: 01:06:00 / 01:06:19[Music]Wow[Music][Applause][Music]Watch at: 01:06:19 / 01:06:40Oh[Music]Watch at: 01:06:40 / 01:07:00me[Music]Oh[Music]Watch at: 01:07:00 / 01:07:19[Music]Watch at: 01:07:19 / 01:07:40[Music]Watch at: 01:07:40 / 01:08:00[Applause]youwhose song done by the Danielle family Istand corrected it wasn't a healthfeature but it was actually a specialsong as you guys saw so moving rightalong we want to a sister Thomas whatWatch at: 01:08:00 / 01:08:20life lessons can we draw from naturewonderful the Bible talks about so manythings in nature and so we can use theBible to to get special revelation butwe can use nature to get generalrevelation and so in some 19 verse 1 theWatch at: 01:08:20 / 01:08:40Bible tells us the heavens declare theglory of God and the firmament showethhis handiwork in other words we look atthe stars we can learn about God we lookat the oceans its vastness its creaturesits biodiversity we can learn about GodWatch at: 01:08:40 / 01:09:00we look at the trees we look at the antsthe birds the lilies everything can tellus everything in nature can tell us ofthe wonderful creator a divine designerand it can tell us of all the wonderfulthings he has made we can also learnlife skills in naturefor example in proverbs chapter 6 verseWatch at: 01:09:00 / 01:09:206 we are told go to the ant thousluggard consider her ways and be wiseso two other lazy persons you knowsitting on the block expectinggovernment to give them a handout lookat the little ants how she she workshard carrying three four five ten timesWatch at: 01:09:20 / 01:09:40her weight to build her nest and feedfeed her young she's industrious and ifthe tiny creatures can do that what morefor us who have intelligence and and ourminds and with the strong bodies andfinally the Bible the nature saw itteaches us to just trust God more inWatch at: 01:09:40 / 01:10:00everything Matthew chapter 6 verses 26to 20 tells us the lilies of the valleythey are clothed beautifully Solomon inall his glory was not clothed sowonderfully the birds of the air thesparrows the heavenly father ourheavenly Father knows that they arethere and if one falls to the groundWatch at: 01:10:00 / 01:10:20he's away and so if he takes careof things that sometimes seem soinsignificant what more for us that hecreated in his image what more for usthat he died for and so nature can tellus that God truly is our Creator he isWatch at: 01:10:20 / 01:10:40our Redeemer as the Bible tells us andthat he loves us hence the reason why hemade all those beautiful things for ourenjoyment we've laid a foundation we'vebuilt the house and now he's ready ifwe're ready for the final touches showso is there any advice that you wouldlike to give our viewers based on thetopic that we discussed this afternoonWatch at: 01:10:40 / 01:11:00yes thank you sister Tobias so like yousaid we started off by defining theenvironment we looked at the differenttypes we looked at and why we needed todo so how we can do so what we can learnfrom it and finally as we close whatwhat really what advice can I givefriends of mine God created nature theWatch at: 01:11:00 / 01:11:20environment for our benefit he createdit for our well-being and to not takecare of nature is to not take care ofourselves there's a phrase which sayswhat we do to nature is done what isdone to nature is done to us all and soWatch at: 01:11:20 / 01:11:40if we really care about ourselves if wecare about others then we will truly bestewards God has given this to us forour care and it is our responsibility tohonor a holy God in taking care of theenvironment and in so doing we take careof ourselves amenI would like to thank you sister ThomasWatch at: 01:11:40 / 01:12:00for sharing your knowledge and yourgod-given wisdom to me and our viewerslistening I would like to continue to Iwould like to encourage you to continuespeaking about this matters it's amatter that is easily overlooked beforewe end I would like to leave withreverse Romans 1:20 which says you haveWatch at: 01:12:00 / 01:12:20no excuse for not understanding theworks of the Lord for since the creationof the world God's invisible qualitieshis eternal power and divine nature hasbeen clearly seen being understood fromhas been made so that people are withoutexcuses we'll move right along to sisterWatch at: 01:12:20 / 01:12:40adriana la julia which will conclude ourprogram we had such a lovely time thisafternoon out in nature of course we areso glad that we could spend time in ourHeavenly Father's creation would like toWatch at: 01:12:40 / 01:13:00thank all of you who have been with usfrom morning who viewed our serviceservice this morning and again you werewith us this afternoon as we just passedin everything that our God has createdwe thank you for joining us so now thatwe have come to the end of our servicebut just before we go we are going topraise again but before we praise let usWatch at: 01:13:00 / 01:13:20pray father we are so grateful that youhave been with us throughout today wethank you God for every single thingthat you created for the wind for thebirds but for the trees for water forevery single thing the fact that evenwhen we are down and depressed and aheavy burdened just being in natureWatch at: 01:13:20 / 01:13:40could lift could lift us up we thank youfor that o God we pray that you continueto be with each of us bless us as we gointo the week may you go before us mayyou guide us may protect us and mayHeavenly Father we always have a song onour lips of how great and mighty andwonderful you are we give you all theand all the glory that is doin to yourWatch at: 01:13:40 / 01:14:00matchless name in Christ's name we prayamenit is now time to praise I take you nowto the main stage as our song serviceleaders and off with 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