Shabbat Shalom! May your world be at peace.

The Sabbath is a spiritual picture not only of the life in the Garden of Eden before the fall of man, but also of the Millennium when the majority of the earth will be walking in harmony with YHVH Elohim, his Torah-commandments and with other humans. Not only that, the animals will be at peace with humans as well (Isa 65:25). Wild animals will no longer be vicious or have a fear of humans. The whole creation will be dwelling at peace with itself and its Creator.

Now take a look at these photos I shot yesterday of me interacting with a baby nuthatch in my back yard who hasn’t yet learned to fear humans. Our backyard is a Garden of Eden containing beautiful shrubs and trees with bird and squirrel feeders, bird baths, and places where birds, squirrels and chipmunks can be at peace. This is in spite of the fact that we live in an urban area.

This baby nuthatch allowed me to pet it and I even touched its beak. I did this at three different times over a period of time! He seemed to be fascinated by a little water feature I have in may back yard.








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