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…
Posts Tagged: Soul Food
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?!
We might take abundance for granted in our land of plenty. How bittersweet it must’ve been for Job, remembering the days when God had so blessed him. He went through such trials…
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.
I’ve been taking photographs to go with some Bible verses. This pic was taken in Yountville, across the street from The French Laundry. In a perfect world, we might all have such crops!
I’m pretty amped on mega nutritional info, but most importantly, I must remember: God has supplied everything we need. I want to remember that He has given us the land (& not take it for granted).
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:
It’s almost Easter Sunday, and even though I don’t have an Easter Wallpaper to post, I still thought I’d share the one I’ve got on my desktop right now. It’s good to remember this passage. A recipe for Peace!