Sunday, 23 October 2011

Seeds Of Change

logo_1A second post about our attitude to food, and our responsibilities towards others. Last Sunday was World Food Day, and this is One World Week.

Jen has posted here some thoughts about the Harvest Festival at her boys’ school, and also linked to this Red Cross Video. Many of us [myself included] have been muttering about the rising price of corned beef etc – but let’s get things into perspective – if I am sitting at a PC typing this, with a roof over my head and food in my belly, I am rich [and so are you, dear reader]

more info on Red Cross Website

Dear friends, do you think you'll get anywhere in this if you learn all the right words but never do anything? Does merely talking about faith indicate that a person really has it? For instance, you come upon an old friend dressed in rags and half-starved and say, "Good morning, friend! Be clothed in Christ! Be filled with the Holy Spirit!" and walk off without providing so much as a coat or a cup of soup—where does that get you? Isn't it obvious that God-talk without God-acts is outrageous nonsense?

[James 2:16,17 from The Message]


  1. We are rich, you are so right Angela.

    We should count our blessings every day.

    Sft x

  2. we are indeed very rich if our bellies are full and we have a roof over our head, I agree.

    Gill in Canada

  3. God is so good to us each day and then why are we so picky about our food we have? God knows what is best for each of us.


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