Friday, July 27, 2007

Diagram 1b- Fisheriferious Omnivorous

The teeth of this species of Fisher are akin to the shark and are not attached to the jaw, but embedded in the flesh. In this particular species, they are constantly replaced throughout the Fisher's life. All Fishers have multiple rows of teeth along the edges of their upper and lower jaws (see diagram). New teeth grow continuously in a groove just inside the mouth and move forward from inside the mouth on a “conveyor belt” formed by the skin in which they are anchored.

In some Fishers, rows of teeth are replaced every 8–10 days, while in other species they could last several months. The lower teeth are primarily used for holding prey, while the upper ones are used for cutting into it. The teeth range from thin, needle-like teeth for gripping pizza to large, flat teeth adapted for crushing gobstoppers.

Thursday, July 05, 2007

In Nashville

We just arrived in Nashville today. The city is electric to say the least. You can feel it just walking down the street. I heard this morning that 71,000 people are currently registered for the event. Lou recently spoke at a large gathering in Alabama and asked this question:

“How many of you are going to the Call?”
> Nearly 100% of the room raised their hands.
“Now, how many of you are registered for the event?”
> Only about 25% of the room kept their hands up.

What if 250,000 people showed up on 07.07.07 to cry out for America and return to the Lord? LP Stadium will only hold about 80,000 people. We're putting jumbotrons on the east and west sides of the stadium. There could be well over 100,000 people that won't be able to get inside. The revival will literally be spilling over into the streets!

I have great expectation in my heart for what the Lord will accomplish on Saturday. Lord, rend the heavens and come down.

Sunday, July 01, 2007

Up Close and Personal with a Stump

Here's some follow up shots of the previously mentioned tree that was removed. Special thanks to Tiffani, Kayla, Lydia and Grant.