Food for Life

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I eat my meals in odd portions. An appetizer is an early morning prayer walk, as sunrise filters through budding trees. Main course is my quiet time as I page through the Bible feasting on meat sometimes new and often familiar. Dessert comes as twilight approaches; a stroll through savory woods with a song of sweet worship in my heart. It is good to be grateful for daily nutrition. Craving for the best God has for each of us. I like to think of it as, “Chef’s Special.”

Dawn’s rising portion…
timber, table, time, and trust;
an eternal feast.

“And Jesus said to them, “I am the bread of life. He who comes to Me shall never hunger, and he who believes in Me shall never thirst.John 6:35 Over at dVerse we’re severing dinner, stop and see what’s on the spring menu.

17 Comments

  1. hypercryptical says:

    A wonderful testament to the faith you hold dear.
    Kind regards
    Anna :o]

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  2. Singledust says:

    and this bread will sustain us for life and feed every hunger – beautifully summed up for the challenge here

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  3. Grace says:

    Food for the soul ~ Love the share ~ Can you also please check your email? I need a short bio, smiles.

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  4. lillian says:

    A beautfiul testabment to your faith. Thank you for sharing this delectable meal 🙂

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  5. ladynyo says:

    This is a new take on food for me, but how good it feels to read your feast! I will try to start my mornings in such ways. Thank you for bringing me back to what is essential.

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  6. Very good! Yummy.

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  7. Bringing us back to what’s real in the most beautiful way. Thank you.

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  8. Waltermarks says:

    The glory of God’s kingdom is a wonderful feast for the eyes and senses! A prayer walk in the woods sounds like a wonderful experience!

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  9. whimsygizmo says:

    I especially love “timber, table, time, and trust.” Taste and see that the Lord is good. 🙂

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  10. Beautiful reminder of the bread that nourishes our soul–a feast that no one can take from us.

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  11. A feast on manna from heaven, indeed!

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  12. sanaarizvi says:

    My goodness this is good!❤️

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  13. frankhubeny says:

    Very nice meal and it occurs all day long. I like the pairing of the dawn as a portion in the first line of the haiku and the eternal feast in the last line.

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    1. wolfsrosebud says:

      Funny how when writing we don’t always notice those things. That did turn out nice 👍

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  14. Finding a meal like that sounds absolutely wonderful… and what a delightful blue anemone

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  15. kanzensakura says:

    Very nice indeed. We often forget about the Bread and Water of Life, don’t we?

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  16. totallyclassicbeauty says:

    What a lovely way to describe it…
    Love it! You have a way with words!

    totallyclassicbeauty.wordpress.com

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