July 3, 2014


Many of us do not know what it is to truly hunger… physically or spiritually. We have plenty to eat each day. So our physical needs and desire are met. Unfortunately, many do not see their need for spiritual food. Too many are starving for just a taste of God. It is heartbreaking for me to realize that too many of us refuse to eat when God has placed a feast before us. We turn down God provision for we are already filled with the world. Sunday morning worship is meant to be a feast of God spiritual provisions but it rather has become a place where people sit unemotional and uninvolved for they are bloated with the ways of the world. When given the chance to minister or to quietly spend time in Scripture, people declare weariness from a week work and life. 

It is my prayer that as we celebrate the birth of our nation with food and festivities on this fourth of July, each of us will not allow ourselves to continue be spiritually malnourished but rather we daily partake and delight in the banquet which Christ has set out before us!

Matthew 5:6
“Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be satisfied.”