One Thing the Bible and Broccoli Have in Common

Hi, Friends,

Did you know that broccoli is an excellent nutritious food source full of vitamin C, potassium, folic acid, and fiber? Even so, let’s face it, broccoli is not a food that most people crave or tend to come back to for a second helping at dinner. However, everyone has their fork ready to go when someone asks, “Who wants cake?”

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Sadly, many people treat God’s word the same way in that they will consume their Sunday morning portion of Scripture, but they tend not to crave it throughout the week and come back for more. They instead prefer the tempting sweet flavors of the world that can lead to sin.

Therefore, just as eating all the wrong foods can be detrimental to one’s physical health, consuming all the wrong things offered by the world can be harmful to one’s spiritual health.

So why not give your whole body a treat and have a bowl of broccoli, open your Bible, and spend time and grow in your relationship with God.

Darryl Orrell

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3 thoughts on “One Thing the Bible and Broccoli Have in Common

  1. desirayl September 7, 2020 / 11:11 AM

    Great analogy. You have spoken the truth. We just can not get it on Sundays and expect it to last til the next week. We need to have that word daily.


    • Darryl Orrell September 7, 2020 / 11:24 AM

      I couldn’t agree more, Desiray! Yes, the word is our spiritual daily bread. It’s a must for every disciple of Jesus Christ. Thank you for you kind words and excellent comment. God bless. 🙂


      • desirayl September 7, 2020 / 11:31 AM

        You are more than welcome Darryl.


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