I have a question. I hope this is where I ask it. If it is not the correct place to ask it, forgive me - I'm new. OK, here is my question. In Genesis, Chapter 15, God's Covenant with Abram, God told Abram to collect some animals and birds for sacrifice. Abram was told to cut in two each animal and place each half opposite each other. Abram did this except for the birds; why not the birds? I think I'm pretty clear on the overall significance of the sacrifice. Please don't tell me because the birds were too small. Thank you in advance for your consideration of my question.
God Blesses Us All...ALL THE TIME Lots of Love & Prayers, San Ramon Del