Bible Studies Devotional Informational By Lynne Conley / last week Share Tweet Pin Share Good and Bad Intentions He fashioneth their hearts alike; he considereth all their works. (Psalms 33:15 KJV) The Eagle is a symbol of power, courage, and majesty. The eagle is the national emblem of the United States of America. It also appears on either the flag or coast arms of Germany, Mexico, and Poland, and Spain, and the flag and seal of the following states, Utah, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Iowa, and North Dakota. The eagle is a bird that belongs to the hawk family. Its hunting is usually done with sudden dashes and a concealed roost. The Bald eagle or American eagle is about 30 to 43 inches, along with a wingspan of 78 to 98 inches. The definition for wingspan is: the distance from the tip of the one of a pair of wings to that of the other. (Merriam- Webster) Bald eagles are usually found near lakes, marshes, seacoasts, and rivers. They feed off of fish, small mammals, birds, and decomposing and decaying flesh of a dead animal. They have exceptional vision and can see small objects at a distance up to three miles, which is 5 km. God sees our good or bad intentions. He knows exactly what we are going to do better than we do ourselves. If we do things to get a name for ourselves or have people look at us, then we are dead wrong. If we allow things and stuff to contaminate our hearts, it will take us over. ‘’ O generation of vipers, how can ye, being evil, speak good things? for out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh. A good man out of the good treasure of the heart bringeth forth good things: and an evil man out of the evil treasure bringeth forth evil things.’’ (Matthew 12:34. 35 KJV) We need to remember that all the glory and honor belongs to the Lord, and it’s not about us, it’s about Him. Stay Encouraged!