Jesus and Animals had a special relationship. He loved animals a lot. At many junctures in Jesus’ life, he was able to deal with and have contact with animals. Christ’s birth takes place in a stable. Jesus was used to living with animals, and being gentle with them. He did that from the time of his birth.
Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not much more valuable than they?Matthew 26:6
Many North Americans can easily categorize their interactions with animals into three categories: pets, pests, and meat. However, animals were a constant in both the whole life of the ancient Israelites and the early Christians. They were significant characters in Biblical tales, serving as a means of praising God and providing insights into the nature of faith, humility, and serenity. We can learn more about that expected to connect with other species by looking at Jesus and Animals interactions with and discourse.
Look at These Bible Verses about Jesus and Animals
“If you want to learn, then you go and ask the wild animals and the birds, the flowers and the fish. Any of them can tell you what the LORD has done. Every living creature is in the hands of God” (Job 12:7-10, CEV). Both creation stories in Genesis tell of God creating the creatures of the earth, sea and air (Genesis 1:20-22; 2:19-20).
In fact, in the second Genesis creation story, God creates the animals using the very same soil used to form humans (Genesis 2:19). Later, in response to human corruption, God destroys all the creatures of earth, save two of every species (Genesis 7:1-24). Yet after the flood, God creates a covenant to never again “let floodwaters destroy all life” (Genesis 9:15-16, CEV).
Jesus is a person who resides among and is associated with the weak and the impoverished All individuals receive fresh life from him. And he saves the lives of animals.
This doesn’t mean that animals always received favor in Jesus’ eyes (Matthew 7:6). A Canaanite woman convinces Jesus to heal her despite the fact that she is not an Israelite, saying that “even dogs get the crumbs that fall from their owner’s table”(Matthew 15:27, CEV)
Both in the Bible and in the modern world, people and animals have various tasks to fulfill. The passage makes it very obvious from the very beginning of creation. Our lives have been intertwined with those Jesus and Animals. That they may help us better understand God. read up about God. Spend time with God. love nature and animals like Jesus did.