As I bow my head and heart in prayer, I start by praising You. You are excellent in all Your ways. You are loving, kind, and patient, yet you are strong and mighty. There is none like you, and there is nothing that I could ask you that You cannot do. 💥
Father, forgive me for any sins that I have committed. I want my life to bring honour💥 to Your name, but despite my best efforts, sometimes I fall short and miss the mark. Please hear my heart’s cry. Forgive me as I also willingly forgive others.💥
As your child, You don’t want me to be worried, anxious, or overwhelmed by any of life’s circumstances. Sometimes, the enemy tries to distract me by sending doubt, condemnation, and fear. The enemy wants to cause me to worry rather than pray, but here I am, Father, with my head bowed. I ask that You help calm every fear that is trying to rise. Please fight all of my battles, Lord. Whatever may come, let Your Holy Spirit bring scriptures to my remembrance as I learn to stand on Your Word in faith. Please show me how to hold on through every test and trial.💥💥
Thank you for hearing me when I pray. I praise you in advance and claim that no weapon formed against me shall prosper. Thank You for going behind me, before me, and for living in my heart.mm💥
I want to live according to your will, and I thank you for helping me on my journey. I know that you will always continue to help me as I surrender my will to Yours. I ask this prayer in the name of Jesus Christ ⚜️🙏⚜️
Editor says isn’t ‘ Creation Wonderful ‘ providing a home for the for the Beaver and they build dams in east Devon create area of wetland amid drought to provide this is how God want’s this world to be Amen
By Eve Watson BBC News
There are a number of beaver families living on land owned and farmed by Clinton Devon Estates.
They were the subject of a five-year study ending in 2020 which explored the impact of beavers on the countryside.
The trial found a number of benefits and the beavers have been allowed to continue living in the area.
The mammals used sticks and mud to create several dams on the estate in less than a year, and a hectare of grazing land is now permanently underwater as a result.
East Devon Pebblebed Heaths Ranger Ed Lagdon said: “The water is up to two feet in some areas and is fantastic for wildlife such as birds and invertebrates.
“It also brings flood prevention benefits and carbon capture within the wetland.”
‘Benefits outweigh costs’
Estate surveyor Clare James said the beaver families were adding to the biodiversity of the area, but it was important to “tread with caution” as it could impact farming and surrounding land owners.
“As the beaver numbers increase, how is this going to affect our grazing and our arable land?
“That’s a really big question for land managers across the country as beavers begin to move their territories through our tributaries.”
Matt Holden, Devon Wildlife Trust’s Beaver Project manager, said there were pros and cons to beavers and their dams.
He said: “Whilst beavers create benefits society-wide, we recognise the impact of those are compounded on a few individuals, often land owners and those in charge of infrastructure.
“Those impacts can be localised flooding, which can restrict access to land like farmland and losses of crops.”
He added: “There are costs of managing beavers, but the benefits outweigh those costs.”
New government legislation comes into force on 1 October, which will see beavers given legal protection as a recognised native species in England, meaning it will be illegal to disturb, harm or kill them.
It follows a government consultation last year on the future of beavers in England.
The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.
Editor says …Sterling Publishing & Media Service Agency is not responsible for the content of external site or from any reports, posts or links, and can also be found here on Telegram: https://t.me/acenewsdaily and all wordpress and live posts and links here: https://acenewsroom.wordpress.com/and thanks for following as always appreciate every like, reblog or retweet and free help and guidance tips on your PC software or need help & guidance from our experts AcePCHelp.WordPress.Com