The great heart of the Australian continent is a desert, hot and dry. It seldom rains at all. But when it does rain lakes form and small fish suddenly appear. It seems miraculous. Pelicans come in great numbers to feed on the vast schools of fish. Then the lakes dry up, and the pelicans leave. The fish die and nothing is left but salt and sand for six or seven years. Then suddenly it rains, and the whole cycle begins all over again. If nature can do that, who can doubt that Jesus could feed the five thousand, or that we, like Him, can be raised from the dead.