Give Us This Day Our Swingin' Bread.
Give Us This Day Our Swingin' Bread. Jett Hotcomb and the Talented Hairdos.
King James Bible Give us this day our daily bread. Christian Standard Bible on earth as it is in heaven. Give us today our daily bread. We ask for our bread; that teaches us honesty and industry: we do not ask for the bread of others, nor the bread of deceit, Pr 20:17; nor the bread of idleness, Pr 31:27, but the bread honestly gotten. We ask for our daily bread; which teaches us constantly to depend upon Divine Providence. We beg of God to give it us; not sell it us, nor lend it us, but give it.
We ask for our bread; that teaches us honesty and industry: we do not ask for the bread out of other people's mouths, not the bread of deceit (Pr 20:17), not the brad of idleness (Pr 31:27), but the bread honestly gotten. We ask for our daily bread; which teaches us not to take thought for the morrow (Mt 6:34), but constantly to depend upon divine Providence, as those that live from hand to mouth. We beg of God to give it us, not sell it us, nor lend it us, but give it. The greatest of men must be beholden to the mercy of God for their daily bread, (. We pray, "Give.
Jesus teaches us to pray that God would give us daily bread. Obviously Jesus was not telling His disciples to pray only for bread. Furthermore, bread was a powerful symbol of God’s provision for His people in the Old Testament. We remember how God cared for the Israelites when they were in the wilderness after their exodus from Egypt. Life in the wilderness was hard, and soon the people began to complain that it would be better to be back in Egypt, where they had wonderful food to eat.
When Jesus said to pray, Give us this day our daily bread, there is both the physical and the spiritual intent of that prayer. We cannot live without physical food for nourishment and we also cannot live spiritually if we do not have Christ in our lives every day. The word bread in the prayer struck a strong chord in my young mind because sometimes my mother would stay up late at night baking bread for our family. On those special nights, she would wait until we were all in bed. Dough requires a little time to rise before it is baked. The command to eat unleavened bread this first annual Holy Day, was designed by God to be an everlasting command that is still in force today, long after those 40 years in the wilderness. Each year the observation reinforced the understanding God wanted to relay: that they were to be a pure, clean, undefiled people among all the nations of the earth.
Start by marking Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. For many us, baking bread has a magical quality. To feel it as you shape the dough, to see it as it rises, to smell it as it ferments and bakes, and to enjoy the taste of the freshly baked bread, fills you with wonder, and truly is a gift from GOD. To bake b Daily bread description. JESUS makes many references to bread in the Bible, and does in fact relate HIMSELF to bread. To feel it as you shape the dough, to see it as it rises, to smell it as it ferments and bakes, and to enjoy the taste of the freshly baked bread, fills you with wonder, and.
love, as we are loved. The text swings full circle by returning to the image of bread (from John 6)-Christ is the "living bread" (st. 2) who feeds the hungry multitudes.
|A1||Jesus Digs Me|
|A2||The Lord's Prayer|
|A3||Live And Let Die|