Quotidianly – Bread?


The Lord’s supper קְעָרָה ke’ara, means feeding ourselves daily with that Bread of Life, to live like Him, acting according to His merciful will.

Lejem לחם, bread, comes from the root ljm לחמ which is homonymous with the root ljm לחם of the word miljamah מלחמה, war, which invite us to understand that, in ourselves, we fought a battle that only we can feed back.

Today’s quotes reiterate to us that “the importance to valuing what we are experiencing to avoid suffering for what we assume is missing.”

Alliance בְּרִית berith, which projects our needs beyond selfish physical satisfiers to feel full and confident in Him.

Remember, it is more miserable to confuse what contains value with what has a price.

By nourishing ourselves with Him we are transformed, accomplishing through our actions, emotions, words, and thoughts, that they are no longer dominated by the flesh בָּשָׂר basar.

By adhering to our being His Word we alter our will so that it radiates love, justice, and mercy in our environments, winning the battle against sin Miljamah, מלחמָָה.

Luke 22:19 “And he took bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it and gave it to them, saying, “This is my body, which is given for you. Do this in remembrance of me.””

Remember to love and appreciate every day our life!

Quotidianly – Bread?
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