The Skylark's song is one of my favourite sounds of spring and summer.
Known for its voice rather than appearance, this bird is a familiar sight on the uplands of Britain. Ascending vertically until it is no more than a pin prick, its song fills the air, in order to mark its territory or attract a mate.
Interestingly, the Skylark uses the same tactic when fleeing predatory hawks,
who hunt by dropping down on their airborn prey.
This little bird escapes its much larger adversary, by flying higher than the hawk,
all the while singing its defiance.
First we need to press into God, who is Lord over all:
Then we need to find the power there is in praise:
2 Chronicles 20
Press into God first - then let rip!
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