Ravens are large black birds closely related to crows, the main difference being that ravens are bigger with a wingspan that reaches 50 inches. They can be found from the arctic to the deserts of North Africa to the islands of the Pacific. Biologists consider them to be extremely intelligent birds. But one of their most notable characteristics is they are scavengers.
Join Dr. Ray Pritchard as he examines God’s use of these unclean birds in providing for His prophet, Elijah in this Labor Day special.