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The Loaves of Life

Chrish is a poetry writer who loves to paint, nature and dog lover, who write for herself and happy to share it with you.

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To followeth the word of God your Father, don't need earthly intelligence, nothing less and nothing more. If thy heart and soul truthfully committed to his words, the character will follow and everything else.


He Hath come to deliver the hope

Of a worldy kingdom,

which must be undeceived.

The meracle of the loaves was

delivered far and near

there were so many had been attracted.


Then the day of turmoil and pain

cometh to the point in His history was about

to reached.

Where the love in the heart of people

whom he so loved turn to hatred,

their beliefs turn to curses for the christ

forbade them declaring Himself as their king,


The peoples disappointments of their selfish

ambitions Jesus took no measure to avert

the painful crisis knowing all

the turmoil.


Jesus then held his desiring

Followers; not to hope for

earthly rewards.

Jesus himself said to those

who followeth him


" The foxes have holes, and the birds of air have nests; but the Son of man
Hath not where to lay his head.''


The miracle of the Loaves were

deceived and had not been

comprehended, the revelation of a such

will bring with it a closer test.


Those who followeth him wandered

With Jesus for long, yet often doubtful. They always

hoped for a further account of

miracles from Jesus own lips.


In saddened voice He said unto

them

" ye seek me, not because ye saw the miracles, but because ye did eat the Loaves,
And were filled. "


People seek him for a blurred

Unworthy motive and selfish hopes; for they

had been fed with the Loaves, the reason of

continual seeek of Jesus merely for

temporal material selfish benefit,

these echoed and saddened His heart.


Let these be not your highest interest

to provide the life, your chief effort

must be seeking for spiritual food.


The righteous Savior Jesus bade them

" labor not for the meat which perisheth, but for that meat which endureth
Unto everlasting life. ''