‘Even a sparrow finds a home, and a swallow, a nest for herself where she places her young — near Your altars, Lord of Hosts, my King and my God.’ (Psalms 84:3 HCSB)
Human diversity is odd. Especially in our families. And, even more so is the **unity** that comes from God’s design in spite of the differences. What kind of Creator thinks this stuff up?! It somehow reminds me of the Trinity … mutual interaction – a mirror of giving of ‘Himselves’ to others. So different, yet-even more so, the same.
Then, too, that same ‘diversity-unity’ marriage, carries out into the plains where native birds nest and wildlife scramble. Even there the exchange of love and sharing this space characterizes God’s innermost being. Perhaps that is what the Trinity teaches us the best-the house rules of how to exist together in spite of our odd make up.
On a cold, winter, Monday morning like this, it kinda makes you want to step out the back door and in reckless gusto, howl to the heavens with the coyotes, doesn’t it?
Notice points of unity.