The fall and rise of a young pigeon”! —by Pastor: Elder Wilfred A. Wilson Guy #3: 07: 26

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Welcome to our Eighteenth “Walk In Newness of Life” (WINL) Coffee/Juice Break Chat!!!

At our last Coffee/Juice/ Break Chat the Topic was, “The law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus; a catalyst by which man is liberated and his personal dominion over sin and death is restored! —by Pastor: Elder Wilfred A. Wilson    Guy #3: 07: 24

Today the Topic on C/J B Chat is:

“The fall and rise of a young pigeon”! —by Pastor: Elder Wilfred A. Wilson   Guy #3: 07: 26

 Please reach for your Bible (Sword,) your preference drink, and let’s share a moment together in God’s presence chatting about the pure Word. I thank you kindly.
Let’s take some sips of coffee/juice before we get the ball rolling, and the rest of sips is left to you.  … … OK, here we go.


Yahweh, in the name of JESUS,’ do open our understanding in the scriptures and minister to all our several needs through Christ our Lord. Amen.


A few weeks ago I was privileged to rescue a young pigeon that might have attempted to fly from a ceiling, but only made it to the ground, which is about 10 feet away from the outer ceiling of a shed where the others were.

At first I was not aware of the pigeon’s plight, but what caught my attention was when I went back to the shed to pick up a mat, I saw the bird walking and picking at whatever it could find to eat: and instead of fly away when it saw me, it ran to hide itself in a corner of the fence where there was a clump of shrubs. So I walked slowly up and caught it, but not before it ran into a patch of  “Lemon Grass,” which I dry and boil to make tea at times. Subsequently I carefully opened the bird’s mouth and fed it with raw rice a little at a time, followed by drops of water after that process was finished. That being done I put the bird on the top end of a stick which it gripped firmly, and I raised it to the ceiling and to my joy the bird stepped onto a lath in the ceiling.

The next morning at about 7: 00 AM when the sun burst the clouds, I went outside by the shed and lo, and behold, I saw the same grey colored pigeon on the ground again, by this time, to me, it looked a stronger bird. It stood in front the shed’s door gazing all around making slanting head glances to pick up sounds I suppose. So I told myself that I am going to catch the bird once more at least, and I came up with a strategy there and then.

I walked towards the fence and, by taking two dragging steps at a time and pause, and so on; I reached the front of it, braced its wall with my back and slowly dragged myself down in a stooping position under the sunlit sky.

The bird’s feathers of various shades of grey blended with two streaks of white ones on each side of its wings were a sight to behold as they glittered in the sunlight, even as it stood 1.5 meters away from in front of the shed’s door.  The bird looked at me every now and then as I edged my way closer to the doorway without scaring it, and when I reached directly in front of the door, it looked at me and looked away twice, perhaps trying to figure out where to run to escape, but I stooped there motionless. Subsequently I did a frog walk, a slow forward stretching movement in a stooping position, and the bird ran for cover, but I caught it before it could hide itself. It was fun.

The bird felt as comfortable as possible as I fed it, you know. It ate the rice and drank the water well. I was satisfied with the way the bird responded generally: and I also had the feeling that it would be stronger the next day and might even attempt to fly.

Happily, on the third day I saw the bird outside of my front gate along with two others. It was in good company, I thought. And as it walked around on the concrete bridge with a sense of readiness to flit away, I knew that it was saying to me, “thanks and goodbye,” in bird language.  I stood still in my front door and saw when the bird flew away.

My thoughts

My experience with the pigeon reminded me that man has fallen from the top, this is, from God’s glory, and has become psychologically conditioned to the earth-world, — its lust of the flesh, and that of the eyes, as well as the pride of life. But by God’s grace, however, man may be liberated and his lost possessions restored through Yahweh’s Salvation Plan for all, which is by faith in Jesus Christ His Son. And whosoever believes will be saved; will put on immortality and fly away at the appointed time to a more glorious earth in eternity. It is written, “And I saw a New Heaven and a New Earth: for the first heaven and the first earth were passed away; and there was no more sea….” [Revelation 21:1]

Yahweh, I pray: even so Lord Jesus, come quickly! Amen.

Beloved, let’s give Yahweh praise, shall we?  Hallelujaaaaaaah!!!

Well, our time is up!

Well, our time is up. It was a pleasure sharing with you spiritual things on Moment of Inner Change. See you at our next WINL Coffee/Juice Break Chat, with Redeeming Luv. May God richly bless you. Shalom.

Yours in His love,

Redeeming Luv

PS: Here is a beautiful song entitled: “born Free” for your listening pleasure. It is sung by Mr. Matt Munro. Enjoy.

Consider: This is temporal freedom what you see here in the background: but the real freedom is beyond what you see here in the background: it is eternal, and it is linked to the New Birth (born again) experience through Jesus Christ our Lord and Savor. [John 3: 3 & 5] Pursue eternal freedom today also, by faith in Christ. Amen.

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4 thoughts on “The fall and rise of a young pigeon”! —by Pastor: Elder Wilfred A. Wilson Guy #3: 07: 26

  1. rience myself. In I enjoyed reading your experience with the pigeon, and was inspired by it.I felt that I was part of that expemy opinion the bird felt your vibration and sensed that you meant no harm to it.I think animals in general are sensitive to danger. I am looking forward to read more stories…. God bless you, Pastor.

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    • Greetings, Sister Claire,
      I am happy to learn that you enjoyed reading my post on the “pigeon.” I wrote the facts just as they happened. I believe that the story appealed to your senses and influenced your mind.
      I can sense in my spirit that by the way you feel about the post, you have something you want to talk/write about and perhaps share….

      Let me encourage you, follow up that spark you got by reading my post, and it will kindle a fire in you that may surprise you.
      Walking in Newness of Life Coffee/Juice Break Chat is behind you and will help you to share that story with others. May God richly bless. you.


    • Emancipation Greetings, my Sister! I thank you for reading my post, and for your wonderful comment. I agree with you that there is a bigger picture to the experience I have shared …, and I would love if you share your thoughts with us on what bigger picture you would have visualized; now that you have read about the pigeon. I thank you kindly.

      Looking forward to receiving many more responses from you as you continue to visit the Page. May God richly bless you. Shalom.


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