Amazing Bread

God intends that our daily bread sustain us.  By being nurtured and filled we’ll find joy.  Being fed by the fruits of the earth is an amazing gift.  This comes with toil, but the soil has to be prepared in the right way to bear fruit.  It’s thrilling when such abundance is used for the common good.  This is an exceptional blessing.  Our bread is more than a meal, but every Word that proceeds from the mouth of God.  An Indian spiritual master Sai Baba (1838–1918) said, “Life is a song – sing it.  Life is a game – play it.  Life is a challenge – meet it.  Life is a dream – realize it.  Life is a sacrifice – offer it.  Life is love – enjoy it.”  Such description fully describes the nature and scope of our daily bread.

A French sculptor and graphic artist Camille Claude (1864–1943) wrote, “I am in no mood to be deceived any longer by the crafty devil and false character whose greatest pleasure is to take advantage of everyone.”  Why don’t we become lights in the world?  Such a gift will fill our hearts with love.  By so doing we’ll be with faithful souls as we traverse the earth.  These people are living in peace, and love.  These are blessed saints not ensnared by the pleasures of the world.  They continue to grow in glory, but walk in the spirit.

Our Daily Walk

Being fed the right food we grow healthy.  In our daily walk there’s beauty in our hearts.  By witnessing, visiting the lonely, and those in convalescing homes we’re able to share our stories.  In these ministries we help the depressed by bringing love into their lives.  As disciples we aren’t concerned if some view our efforts as failures.  For we know, we’re doing God’s work by laboring in the fields for the welfare of others.  We’re watering the earth, planting seeds, and awaiting the harvest.  With these efforts inseparable bonds are formed and nurtured.  Being architects of change we’re able to form deep and lasting friendships.

By embracing people we face challenges as protectors of God’s creation.  Mahatma Gandhi (1869–1948), a leader of India’s independence movement said, “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.  I hold that the more helpless a creature the more entitled it is to protection by man from the cruelty of humankind.”  These are some observations that call for our support.

In giving the food of life we ought to climb every mountain to make life livable for all God’s children.  When we cater for the underprivileged we’ll be sustained with his protection.  We ought therefore resist temptation by worldly desires.  In our dreams we must continue trust God by living in the best possible way.  For all things we should give praise and thanks to Almighty God, for it’s through these gifts his infinite wisdom cares for us.  Let us glorify his wonderful works.  God, Allah, Brahma, or Dao has given us choices, so is the faith and trust this Primal Essence has in us.

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