Back in the Ice Age, Europe was full of wild horses. People hunted them and ate them, and painted their pictures on the walls of caves.
Hi, Mr. Nature here. Note the sophisticated artistic style employed by the supposedly primitive caveman. Note the shape and colors. And now, I will leave for a minute to go fetch something from youtube. I’ll be right back, so don’t go away.
All right, here it is, live at the Cincinnati Zoo, but actually native to Mongolia–Przewalski’s Horse, a dead ringer for the horses painted in the caves of France and Spain and Germany. Did the ancient artist get it right, or what?
These beautiful animals came close to being wiped out, but we’re happy to tell you they’ve been saved in just the nick of time. We ought to be good stewards of God’s stuff. If we’re not, how is He to trust us to be stewards of greater things?