Manna: I’m Starving! But, what is that?

In the wilderness, the Lord afflicted the souls of the Hebrews through starvation, so that they would learn to look to him daily for food and sustenance. (Deut. 8:3)

This was an important event on planet earth going forward in the history of God saving his people.

Did you know that the “fat man” may very well be as nutritionally deficient as the starving, skin and bones, child in the third world country? The fat man is stuffing his starving body with nutritionally empty substances Therefore his starvation continues even as his body grows.

First there must be a certain type of hunger/starvation, nutritional deficiency. Then the sweetness of the words of God are no longer words in another book on the shelf.

“Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted. Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled.–Matthew 5:3‭-‬4‭, ‬6 KJV

The world system, the kingdoms of men are organized to condition its subjects to look to the empire for the satisfaction of every need. For example, entertainment for the lovely and empty. Specially packaged food for the hungry. Club memberships for community and identity, etc. These, like the starving fat man, create an illusion of healthy growth.

The nutritional deficiency is so great that a mirror threat of taking away these things create a panic which often manifest in a war-like reaction, such as we see it the two party political system. The members are trained to fight the opposing side as if food and water are at stake. The same mindset is seen in organized sports leagues.

When these provisions fail, the kingdom provides drugs to numb the disillusion mind, or take the mind in trips.

What if our soul and spirit were starving for a different, unnatural food? A food not for the body.

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