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Now may the God of peace… equip you with every good thing to do His will… Heb 13:21-22 Have you ever noticed the pollen that honey bees carry on their back legs?  It’s normally a bright blob of yellow or orange and approximately 15 mg by weight.  I’m wretched at comprehending mg, so for reference – Americans are supposed to limit sodium intake to 1500 mg per day.  At 50 foraging flights per day, our intrepid honey bee would need two days to retrieve 1500 mg of pollen!  I’m tired already, aren’t you? Honey bees are able to carry pollen because of a very special curved hair on their hind legs that anchors the pollen in a “basket”.  The honey bee collects pollen, mixes it with a teensy bit of regurgitated...