Posted by: Frederick Cornwell Sanders | 2013/10/09

“Optional Commodity?” by Rick Sanders

Bay window in Christ Church Hall

Bay window in Christ Church Hall (Photo credit: Lawrence OP)

I was reading Our Daily Bread this morning. The subject was “I am the bread of life” from John 6:48. Most Christians know this refers to Christ himself. Yet, in a society where choices are so many, many think they can do without bread.

But Jesus is not an “optional commodity.” He is vital to every day as we live our spiritual lives. Malnourished Christians are everywhere. These Christians worry too much, forget reading the Word, and pass over Godly solutions in their lives. The bread of Christ needs to be part of our diet.

This is our manna, so to speak. And if the world is a spiritual desert, we need to collect as much manna for the day to stay alive in Christ.

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