May 30, 2012
Today's Photograph . . . . Dutch Oven Food Is Outstanding (Jack M)
Bible Study Verses
Jesus said to them, "Very truly I tell you, it is not Moses who has given you the Bread from Heaven, but it is My Father Who gives you the true bread from heaven. For the Bread of God is the Bread that comes down from Heaven and gives Life to the world." (NIV)
Why does food cooked in the outdoors seem so good? Whether it is freshly perked coffee, a pan fried trout cooked over an open fire, smores (toasted marshmallows, placed between chocolate, and then graham crackers), roasted hot dogs, or whatever, food cooked and eaten outdoors seems so much better than that cooked at home.
Those who specialize in Dutch Oven Cooking amaze me. Their food is outstanding, and they can do such a wide variety of foods that it will astound you.
Haven't tried it? Make the time to attend a demonstration of Dutch Oven Cookery where you may taste the items, and you will learn how great that food is.
What is your favorite? Breakfast? Lunch? Dinner? What is your favorite restaurant? Where does your spouse or family want to go when you go out?
Food is an enjoyable, but temporary commodity. We are full tonight, but tomorrow we wish to eat again. And some of us won't wait till tomorrow.
God uses food, or bread to describe Jesus' role in our lives. The True "Bread" or Food from Heaven is Jesus. He is the One sent from God to meet and satisfy our hungers and needs.
Cultivate a hunger for Jesus!!! Desire Him!!! Read the Bible daily to learn more of Him and to satisfy your soul!!!
Just as we need food to maintain our strength and physical health, we need Christ and regular intake of Him and from Him to maintain spiritual health!!! Plan a daily quiet time. Though it is a mystery, Christ said later in John 6:35, "Then Jesus declared, "I am the Bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never go hungry, and whoever believes in Me will never be thirsty," (NIV).
Sportsmen's Tip of the Day
Ever try hobos? You may have a different name for them. Take some of your favorite foods that are fresh, cut them up and place them in some heavy aluminum with a favorite meat, fold them into a pouch, and throw them on the coals a while. We have used carrots, onions, celery, potatoes, hamburger, cabbage and more. When done, you have a complete, satisfying and tasty meal.