Glow worm is a common term for insect larvae which use bioluminescence to glow. A typical glow worm contains yellow and green. However, railroad worms have an additional red at their head. Beside mating, worms glow as a defense mechanism, warning any predators of their toxicity.
He makes his messengers winds, his ministers a flaming fire, Psalm 104:4.
Meanwhile, fire flies come from the Lampyridae family. These insects are beetles known as Coleoptera often referred to as lightning bugs in America. The most common form of fire flies are nocturnal, often lighting up evenings each summer. The older each become, the brighter they get through the magic of bioluminescence.
Of the angels he says, “He makes his angels winds, and his ministers a flame of fire,” Hebrews 1:7.
Early on in life, children are balls of energy, living each moment to the fullest before falling into a deep sleep on a regularly basis. However, over time circumstances, situations and trials can turn individuals into defensive critters. Thus, the glow of one’s youth can dim or even die out, tired of the game of life. So whether you’re more like a glow worm or fire fly, remember the song, “This Little Light of Mine,” to help you lean on the love of Jesus to re-ignite your flame.
by Jay Mankus