I set the Thanksgiving table today, ahead of time (before the kitchen work’s too intense). The weight of the plates and such helps pull wrinkles in the tablecloth out. A no-iron tablecloth- perfect!
Posts Tagged: Biblical
There seems to be a painful period in the first thirty days, before establishing a habit. But after doing the groundwork, denying the cravings or whatever it is for a month or so, a habit settles in. Self-control starts being second nature. Ideally, we even start enjoying what we are blessed with, instead of craving…
A drought has been officially declared here in California, yet I post this picture on one of our (few) rainy days. Perhaps the ravines will yet indeed run with water! After all, God promises.
It really isn’t as satisfying as advertisers might claim, to accumulate more & more “stuff”. Seems like the best gifts are received through our relationships with others.
Also, isn’t it better to enjoy a small amount of organic veggies, served with love, than to eat a huge steak or fatty chicken, pumped up on steroids and chemicals to make it gain weight?!
Simple diet plan: Eat good food, thank God for it, avoid refined food “products”. Cook w/ whole foods, natural ingredients. Quality IS better than quantity. Tree of knowledge is overwhelming!
Believing that Adam & Eve were in paradise, happily eating fruits and berries, shoots down the Caveman Diet from a theological perspective. “All food is good, if it is received with thanks to God.”
How do we share Christ? Feed the hungry, love the lonely. Jesus became like us, to show the way. We can share his love, to help others know Him.
We don’t live “by bread alone”- it’s not just about the food! Five Biblical thoughts on eating that glorifies God, from this weekend’s session on healthy eating: