I am the bread of life that comes from heaven. I am the brad of life that comes from. Whosoever I believe shall never die whosoever believe in me shall never die. I will lift up Jesus higher. I will lift up Jesus higher. O Jehovah Alpha Omega I will lift His Name higher.

Yes! Lord, we will forever lift up Your Name for Your goodness and mercies that endureth forever. How great You are O! My Father to Whom all people come. we blessed You Lord we adore You we Praise Your Holy Name. Forever and ever You remaineth the same.

I just want to be where You are, dwelling daily in Your presence, I don’t want to worship from afar, draw me near to where You are. I want to be where You are, dwelling in Your presence
Feasting at Your table, surrounded by Your glory, In Your presence, that’s where I always want to be, I just want to be, I just want to be with You.

That’s my heart felts song to you Dear Father. Glory be to Him alone. In me Jesus said you will have peace but in the world You will have tribulations. With this assurance Lord, I come before you and I bow down and worship Yahweh.  Glory be to You on high.

Beloved, yesterday, we encountered Jesus the “Living Water.” And today by the grace of God we will be encountering Jesus the “Bread of life.”

Jesus said “come and drink freely” today He is inviting you to come and eat free. Interesting there are associated benefits in each of the invitation.

 We discussed greatly how the presence of Jesus in the form of the Living water free us from worrying. Today we will see more of the benefits of belonging to the friends of Jesus.

Physical bread satisfies us when we are hungry likewise it is expected that the Spiritual Bread will fill our hungry no matter the level of starvation.

Do you want to be fed? Are you spiritually hungry? Beloved, come the Lord bid you come. He Who sitted above and oversee the affairs of men bid you come. He satisfy the poor with good thing. He feeds even the beast in the great sea. He gives birds their food, will He then fail to give you food in due seasons. (Ps 146:9).

When are being troubled at every side the Lord Jesus bids you come. Beloved chose to see Jesus in all troubles and it shall be well with you for your desires the Lord will fulfill. (Ps 145:14- 21).

                   

“I am the bread of life,” Jesus told them. “No one who comes to Me will ever be hungry, and no one who believes in Me will ever be thirsty again.”—John 6:35

 

We know how to use physical bread. Whenever we are hungry we simply go and eat. Do we do that spiritually? Jesus said if we believe in Him, we will never be spiritually hungry, or malnourished, for He is the “bread of life.” Every time we face a spiritual need, it is a simple matter of going to Christ and allowing Him to provide us with what we need.

Our problem is that sometimes we interpret Scripture based on our own experience. We say, “Yes, but I remember a time when I was spiritually hungry.” If that is true, then either God did not tell the truth, or we misinterpreted our experience. Could it be that we tried to satisfy our spiritual hunger with human resources? Could it be that we relied so heavily upon friends and the experiences of others that we have never learned how to go to Christ for our own spiritual food? Could it be that we had a great spiritual feast several years ago, and we were so “full” of Christ that we thought we would never have to eat again?

We grew lean and hungry because we were still operating on an encounter with God we had years ago. If you are lacking something spiritually, it is not because God does not have an abundance of resources prepared and available for you. It is that you have not come to Him in faith as He invites (John 10:10).

When God gave manna in the wilderness, the children of Israel had to go out each day to receive God’s daily provision. Jesus taught His disciples to pray, “Give us this day our daily bread.” Spiritual nourishment is something you must seek daily.

Have you found spiritual food from Christ today? if not then join as we would see the Jesus:

“We would see Jesus.” John 12:21

 

Evermore the worldling’s cry is, Who will show us any good?” He seeks satisfaction in earthly comforts, enjoyments, and riches. But the quickened sinner knows of only one good. “O that I knew where I might find HIM!” When he is truly awakened to feel his guilt, if you could pour the gold of India at his feet, he would say, “Take it away: I want to find HIM.”

It is a blessed thing for a man, when he has brought his desires into a focus, so that they all centre in one object. When he has fifty different desires, his heart resembles a mere of stagnant water, spread out into a marsh, breeding miasma and pestilence; but when all his desires are brought into one channel, his heart becomes like a river of pure water, running swiftly to fertilize the fields.

Happy is he who hath one desire, if that one desire be set on Christ, though it may not yet have been realized. If Jesus be a soul’s desire, it is a blessed sign of divine work within. Such a man will never be content with mere ordinances. He will say, “I want Christ; I must have Him—mere ordinances are of no use to me; I want Himself; do not offer me these; you offer me the empty pitcher, while I am dying of thirst; give me water, or I die. Jesus is my soul’s desire. I would see Jesus!”

Is this thy condition, my reader, at this moment? Hast thou but one desire, and is that after Christ? Then thou art not far from the kingdom of heaven. Hast thou but one wish in thy heart, and that one wish that thou mayst be washed from all thy sins in Jesus’ blood? Canst thou really say, “I would give all I have to be a Christian; I would give up everything I have and hope for, if I might but feel that I have an interest in Christ”?

Then, despite all thy fears, be of good cheer, the Lord loveth thee, and thou shalt come out into daylight soon, and rejoice in the liberty wherewith Christ makes men free.

Is there someone identifying with Brother Paul when he said “for me to live is Christ; for me to die is gain” (Phil 1:21).  Are you looking up to Jesus the author and finisher of our faith? Beloved let us make our desires known to the Lord and it shall be well with us.

As Jesus bid you come, come rejoicing. Come shouting of joy, come and be blessed. Beloved don’t allow Satan to put you down. Our Lord is not asking for your righteousness because in that unrighteousness He will make cleanse you and make you whole. Praise Jesus.

Come and eat the spiritual bread and live forever. Are you joining the Lamb at the Table? Don’t’ heisted rather be in haste to meet with Him Praise God.

Come and be with Jesus He is the Living Water; He is the Bread of Life. What multiple gains in our Jesus. come and delay not.

Remain blessed in the Lord.

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IFEOMA OHONDU is the founder of the MattersoftheHeart foundation, a platform where issues affecting our everyday life are discussed and where necessary proffer solution. She is part of the end time army, who will not break their rank to fulfill the urgent call of God upon her life by declaring His word to the helpless, the doubting, the comfortless and the dying world. The world will experience great restoration and healing in the Word of God through her ministration. She is a voice to emphasize key spiritual truth about Faith, Healing and Encouragement.