In John 21:1-14, when the disciples got out of the boat, they saw some bread and a firewood charcoal fire with fish on it. “When they landed, they saw a fire of burning coals there with fish on it, and some bread. Jesus said to them, ‘Bring some of the fish you have just caught.’” (John 21:9-10). 10 Jesus told his disciples, “Bring some of the fish you just caught.” 11 Simon Peter got back into the boat and dragged the net to shore. In it were one hundred fifty-three large fish, but still the net did not rip. 12 Jesus said, “Come and eat!” But none of the disciples dared ask who he was. They knew he was the Lord. 13 Jesus took the bread in his hands and gave some of it to his disciples. He did the same with the fish. 14 This was the third time Jesus appeared to his disciples after His resurrection. Disciples get ashore to find a charcoal fire burning like barbecue fire with breakfast of fish and bread. The great cook is the chef is Christ Jesus, the Risen Jesus, the Son of God. As Jesus can cook, we can ask him for His favourite recipes help us make excellent meals with His fish recipes. Jesus is a man but cooked for fellow men. If possible men can support stressed wives to help cook on special occasions to save time. This is special to celebrate God’s Love in Jesus Name as Christ King of kings cooked. We give God thanks as Jesus multiplies miracles to feed multitudes today. Christ gave His Life with compassion and God’s Spirit Soul Food by Love to all in the world. It is amazing God creates all things including food for His Glory to show His Miracle Wonders. It is good to reflect on everyday things Jesus did to show he was as human as possible. Some people feel Jesus was too Superhuman God always in the Spirit. Jesus did normal things working with disciples, family and with His earthly father Joseph. Jesus understands issues people face today with regard to work and family so interacts with people.It is encouraging to know Jesus managed to combine life on daily basis with spiritual needs.The first feeding miracle of the 5,000 is in Matthew 14:13-21, Mark 6:31-44, Luke 9:10-17 and John 6:5-15. The second miracle of feeding 4,000 is in Mark 8:1-9 and Matthew 15:32-39, with seven loaves and fish. The feeding of 5,000 was the miracle of five loaves and two fish supplied by a boy Jesus used to feed the multitude of crowds who followed Jesus from town. Jesus fascinates us by leading a simple life equivalent to lifestyle challenges of modern people. Christ joined in the camaraderie of colleagues doing hard work. Christ helps people since youth yet still learned about God the Creator.So parents, guardians, teachers, encourage young people to participate in safe Godly outdoor activities supervised . There is too much addictive distractions vying for mind, soul and attention. Innocent looking gadgets lead to major problems in games prevent addiction distraction. So intrude into young people’s studies and ability to focus to work. Jesus was equipped while young to become prepared to fulfill his calling and ministry to perform his duties and responsibilities. Jesus is a good role model who joined family so helps whenever the need arises. We can count on Christ Jesus to supply all our needs according to His Riches in Glory from Heaven by Christ Jesus Name. Even in the midst of famine and desert conditions God still supplied manna quails, water, garments, gold, cattle, milk, good health.
In everyday life God uses simple things we come across to experience his nurturing Shakinah Nature to supply our needs according God’s Riches in Glory from Heaven by Christ Jesus. God cares about basic needs including your last meal like widow who fed prophet Elijah so never lacked during famine in 1 Kings 17:7-16. After Jesus’ resurrection finds that some apostles return to former way of life to fishing business. Jesus still feeds billions of people supernaturally globally with Holy Spirit Soul Food Word of God to prosper soul plus nourish physically. Christ fed 4000 and 5000 people in Gospels. Jesus’ Body is broken in communion to give abundant life Divine Health by drinking His ‘Blood’ in remembrance to celebrate Christ. Jesus is kind hearted and generous so provides when called upon in Jesus Name. So whatever your need including food call on God in Name of Jesus. Christ is faithful, trustworthy, reliable, compassionate so cares deeply about all our needs including food.
When Jesus saw the crowd, he had compassion on them and healed the sick. As evening approached, the disciples came to Jesus and said, this is a remote place, it’s getting late, send the crowds away, so they can go to the villages and buy some food. Jesus said they do not need to go away but the disciples should give them something to eat. They said they had five loaves of bread and two fish so Jesus asked them to bring what they had to him. Jesus directed the people to sit down on the grass. Taking the five loaves and the two fish and looking up to heaven, he gave thanks and broke the loaves. Then he gave them to the disciples, and the disciples gave them to the people. They all ate and were satisfied, and the disciples picked up 12 basket full broken pieces left over. Those who ate were 5 thousand men beside women and children. Similarly, Jesus fed 4000 in Mark and Matthew, with miracle of the 7 loaves and fishes. as he fed his disciples on the seas side. Christ is still feeding those unable to feed themselves through others.
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