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Happy Early Mother’s Day to me! 

Tim came home from a fishing trip to the Bahamas this week.  While he was gone I thought about sending him a text to request some Bimini bread.  This bread is has a hint of sweetness to it. My mouth was watering just thinking about it.  But, I didn’t.  I knew he wasn’t on the island of Bimini, so I just didn’t bother.

Well, my husband knows me all too well!  When he returned he had purchased me a load of this bread that I so desired, without me even saying anything to him.  (I love my man!) 

The bible verse, Taste and see that the Lord is good.  Oh, the joys of those who take refuge in him! came to my mind. 

So the next morning, I began to prepare my French toast breakfast with my scrumptious Bimini bread.  I had a little pep in my step due to the excitement growing inside of me.  I know, you’re thinking that I’m crazy talking about food this way.  Well, yes.  I am a little crazy for some French toast. (Enjoy these devotionals as well.)

Taste and see?  Yes I did!  And I enjoyed every bite of it.

This is how we should approach God’s word, with great anticipation. 

Getting in to the scriptures should be like breakfast for us.  Read even just one verse in the morning to get you going.  It will make a difference in your day.

I like how The Message translation simply reads, “Open your mouth and taste, open your eyes and see how good God is.  Blessed are you who run to him.

Are your senses working?  Are you running?  Taste…see…run to Jesus every day.

I pray God’s abundant love and blessings for y’all.

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