Thursday, November 24, 2016

Sabbath Music - Feed the Birds

I hope you had a good Thanksgiving, Gail-Friends.  I cooked for three days (a lot of food) so we'd have plenty of leftovers through the weekend.  I love cooking at Thanksgiving.

The robins have arrived for their winter journey through central Florida.  That's one of our snowbirds in the photo above.  I love seeing them this time of the year.  That's just one of the things I'm grateful for right now.

I love watching birds, and this song, Feed the Birds has been running through my head all day.  It's not a religious song, but Yeshua did tell us to "consider the birds", and I love watching them on the Sabbath.  Sitting still on my back porch and watching them visit our feeders and birdbaths fills me with wonder and joy as I observe the beauty of His creation.  I've learned a great deal from observing them, too.  You should try it.  I think you'll like it.

I hope you have a worship-FULL Sabbath.  Thank Him, praise Him, and most of all receive His gift of rest.

Blessings to you, Gail-Friends, and Shavu'a Tov (Have a Good Week).


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  1. Good Morning Gail, I LOVE when I see the first robins return to our area each spring. And now I know just where they migrate :) It is amazing how God created them so perfectly, right down to knowing how to best take care of themselves. Speaks to my heart every spring. May you have a blessed Sunday!

    1. Yes, it amazes me, too. We can learn so much from watching birds. Thanks for stopping by today.

  2. I have a tube feeder on the porch which I fill every morning! Our cat, Tuck Finn, loves to perch at the window and watch them come and go.

    1. We have several cats in the neighborhood that love to visit our bird baths for a drink of water. I've placed the feeders on high poles to, hopefully, prevent them from getting to the birds. I enjoy watching the cats, too. The squirrels are my nemesis. They think the seeds are their own personal buffet. All of His creatures are fun to watch.

      Thanks for stopping by today. Blessings to you.