A bug is a self-contained miniature radio transmitter with a microphone built into a small package, used by intelligence agencies for covert listening.
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Proverbs 6:6-8 Walk in the manner of the ant, O slacker; observe its ways and become wise. 7 Without a commander, without an overseer or ruler, 8 it prepares its provisions in summer; it gathers its food at harvest.
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They had tails with stingers like scorpions, which had the power to injure people for five months. 11 They were ruled by a king, the angel of the Abyss. His name in Hebrew is Abaddon, and in Greek it is Apollyon.
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The locusts were not given power to kill them, but only to torment them for five months, and their torment was like the stinging of a scorpion. 6 In those days men will seek death and will not find it; they will long to die, but death will escape them.
Matthew 3:3-4 This is he who was spoken of through the prophet Isaiah: “A voice of one calling in the wilderness, ‘Prepare the way for the Lord, make straight paths for Him.’” 4 John wore a garment of camel’s hair, with a leather belt around his waist. His food was locusts and wild honey.
Bees turn nectar into honey by regurgitating it into the mouths of other bees. pic.twitter.com/UoJXOB43vm
— Weird Science (@weird_sci) August 7, 2020
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Proverbs 30:24 Four things on earth are small, yet they are exceedingly wise: 25 the ants are not a strong species, yet they store up their food in the summer; 26 the rock badgers are not a mighty species, yet they make their homes in the rocks; 27 the locusts have no king, yet they all advance in formation; 28 and the lizard can be caught in one’s hands, yet it is found in the palaces of kings.
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