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When you need Jesus Does He run to you?

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In our time of need, does Jesus run to our side?

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Almighty God, The Great I Am,
Immovable Rock, Omnipotent, Powerful,
Awesome Lord.
Victorious Warrior, Commanding King of Kings,
Mighty Conqueror and the only time,
The only time I ever saw him run,
Was when
He ran to me,
He took me in His arms,
Held my head to His chest,
Said “My son’s come home again!”
Lifted my face,
Wiped the tears from my eyes,
With forgiveness in His voice He said
“Son, do you know I still love You?”
He caught me By surprise, When God ran
The day I left home,
I knew I’d broken His heart.
And I wondered then, if things could ever be the same.
Then one night,
I remembered His love for me.
And down that dusty road, ahead I could see,
It was the only time,
It was the only time I ever saw Him run.
And then
He ran to me,
He took me in His arms,
Held my head to His chest,
Said “My son’s come home again!”
Lifted my face,
Wiped the tears from my eyes,
With forgiveness in His voice He said
“Son, do you know I still love You?”

So whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.
1 Corinthians 10:31

Gourmet cooking shows hosted by celebrity chefs. Kitchen utensils, tools, and implements for every imaginable culinary need. Countless recipes and cookbooks. Restaurants catering to virtually every culture and palette combination under the sun. We have so many great ways to enjoy food that we sometimes forget to credit the source. Each time we eat or drink we’re given an opportunity to taste God’s goodness and thank him for his bounty.

Whether you’re enjoying apple cider and pumpkin bread or the last apples and corn of the season, it’s hard not to savor the delicious flavors of autumn. There’s a bounty of produce and preparations to be made for the winter ahead. Many people still make their own preserves, jellies, jams, and canned fruits and vegetables. They know there’s nothing like the taste of homemade marmalade made from their grandmother’s recipe.

Today, reflect on the food you eat with an extra measure of thanksgiving and an extra appreciation for those who grow, harvest, produce, cook, prepare, and serve your meals.

Pray: “Lord, I taste your goodness in so many delicious foods at this time of year. Thank you for all you provide to nourish my body and delight my sense of taste.”

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