Bread Anyone?

“Bread is for the natural man; the Word of God is for the spiritual man. Believers need both to live victoriously on this earth.” — Bill Winston

The cares of this life has us running to make sure we have all the things, (relationships, homes, cars, careers, education, health, etc.,), necessary for the “natural man” (bread).

Often we miss out on feeding our spirit man with the Word of God. Consistently building ourselves up on the Word will not only make us stronger spiritually, but it will enable us to even bring to reality the “natural” things with less effort.

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Sebastian is a Christian, Author and Church Leadership trainer. His ministry calling, love for God, and His people; has led him into ministry of all types for over thirty years. He and his wife enjoy helping people in their walk of faith and finding solutions to the struggles of life, especially in the area of healing and marriage. Faith1st Blog is designed to open and continue the discussion on the subject of biblical "faith" as a "living" element of the Christian life. - "the just shall live by faith" - Habakkuk 2:4; Romans 1:17; Galatians 3:11; Hebrews 10:38 (KJV).

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4 comments on “Bread Anyone?
  1. nopew says:

    Yes, and more. When Jesus said, “Seek first the kingdom of God and right living, and the other things will be added to you” Christ was not telling a parable, but a fact. Does it need to be explained that putting anything before God makes it an idol, and so can lead us away from the eternal, living bread, for a crust that will go stale and mouldy?!
    Peace

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    • Sebastian says:

      Unfortunately, the need must be there because of the “leaning” on religion, instead of a real trusting of God. We, you, I and other like-minded persons, must continue to sound the trumpet that will warn people of the dangers of religion over relationship with our Lord.

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