A Daily Word - December 14

 

December 14

Jesus said to them, "I am the bread of life; he who comes to Me will not hunger, and he who believes in Me will never thirst.  - >John 6:35

The best humans could do until Jesus came was, like Solomon in Ecclesiastes, lament their hunger and look forward to a feast. And when the banquet table was set, many couldn’t believe the bounty and passed it by. Religious people always say that grace is too good to be true. They have to bring something to the table—ceremony, ritual, scholarship, titles, credentials. They are like a gracious lady invited to dinner who inquires, “What can I bring?” But Jesus is the whole feast. “Just bring your appetite,” He answers.

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