Breakfast Interrupted

This meal looks so divine…can’t imagine what the feasts and tables will look like in heaven!


5 thoughts on “Breakfast Interrupted

  1. OK, Lisbeth. I hope you’re happy. I am compelled to go try out my brand new cereal I bought today and see how it tastes with strawbs on it.

    Your hungra Dad

  2. I was thinking “How many calories in that stack of pancakes?”

    We now return you to your regularly scheduled Kashi well balanced high-protein high-fiber breakfast cereal. 🙂

    I don’t have fresh berries, but there are freeze dried ones in the cereal 🙂 LOL

  3. Nice vid!
    And, good reference to heaven. Scriptures tell us that “The kingdom of heaven is like a king who prepared a wedding banquet for his son.” (Matt 22), but I’m not sure if we will eat in heaven. Maybe that’s what Jesus meant when he said we can’t live by bread alone, but by every word that comes from the mouth of God. (Matt 4:4). Maybe our food will be the word (logos)? I am reminded of 1 Cor 2:9 “What no eye has seen, what no ear has heard, and what no human mind has conceived” — the things God has prepared for those who love him.” although this passage might be speaking of the gospel rather than heaven. You’ve prompted lots of exploring here 🙂

  4. Thanks Henry! These are good thoughts and questions you bring up. Some “food” for thought :): that what God created, his creation, was good. He said it was so. So, could it be that heaven won’t be a separate spiritual place?? But it will be God’s GOOD creation as it should be. A restoration, but better than the Edenic state.

    And Jesus’ post-resurrection body was able to walk through walls and yet at the same time, he ate fish! That could be taken as a possible foreshadowing of our future resurrected bodies…

    Last, I do think it’s important that we don’t place the spiritual over the physical…because indeed, God created the physical. It could even be said that the physical IS truly spiritual. Ultimately though, it’s a mystery and we don’t know the details of eternity…just the main thing: that we will be with our God! Hallelujah!

    Thanks for prompting some good exploring for me, too.

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