Know and obey Word Jn 4:32,33, 34;
Intimacy Jn 6:53,54, 55,56; Jn 17:3.
Physical Truth: Babies need milk to survive and grow.
- Milk: Growing in the knowledge of the God and His ways 1 Pe 2:2; 1 Co 3:2; 2 Pe 3:18; Col 1:10.
We need to build a strong foundation based on the truth of God’s Word. 1 Co 3:10,11; 2 Ti 2:15.
Physical Truth: We can only live without water for a few days, then our kidneys and other functions are detrimentally affected, as our body is over 60% water and needs water to sustain body life.
- Water (thirst): Intimacy with God Ps 42:1,2; Mt 5:6; Jn 7:37,38,39.
We need to pursue intimacy with God daily.
Physical Truth: Our bodies store energy in the form of fat, so we can last a few weeks to a couple of months without food depending on our water intake and our fat supply.
- Bread: Word of God/Jesus Mt 4:4; Mt 6:11; Jn 6:48-50, 51.
We need to daily read the Word of God and apply the truths we learn.
Physical Truth: Fish is high in important nutrients that most people don’t get enough of. This includes high-quality protein, iodine and various vitamins and minerals.
- Fish: Evangelism Mt 4:19; Lk 5:10; Jn 21:10,11.
Our purpose is to draw others to the kingdom of God.
Physical Truth: In ancient times, much of the water had a high alkaline content, and the pH could be neutralized somewhat by adding wine to the water. This was not the only method. Water could be made safe to drink by boiling, but that was time consuming and costly, since wood was scarce. The most common method of purifying water for drinking was to mix it with wine. Paul told Timothy to use no longer water, but to use wine for his stomach’s sake I Tim. 5:23.
- Wine: Giving our best Jn 2:9, 10; Col 3:23.
In whatever God is calling us to do, we must give Him our best.
Physical Truth: The nutrients in fruit are vital for health and maintenance of your body. The potassium in fruit can reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke.
- Fruit (Sweets): Our character Gal 5:22,23; Pr 16:24.
Our character should witness to the reality of God.
Physical Truth: Vegetables are important part of healthy eating and provide a source of many nutrients, including potassium, fiber, folate (folic acid) and vitamins A, E and C. Potassium may help to maintain healthy blood pressure.
- Vegetables: Humility Pr 15:17; Nu 11:4,5, 6; Dan 1:12,13.
We need to exhibit humility and contentment in all we do.