Filled and Happy

Psalm 23:2
He makes me lie down in green pastures.

If I were a sheep (a real one, the four-legged type), sitting in a field of soft, sweet, green grass, I'd be pretty happy. I wouldn't have to get in the car and drive down to the store and make decision after decision about what to eat. The food's right there at my feet.

Of course, sheep don't usually have cars, but that's beside the point.

I'm an American female who owns a car. I do make decisions in the store about what to eat. And I happen to like vegetables. So when I read about The Good Shepherd giving me a green pasture to lie down in, I get happy.

I’m not your ordinary American. I actually LIKE vegetables.

My niece keeps telling me she likes my salads, possibly because she likes to cook and enjoys the variety of ingredients in my salads. I’m a little picky when I want a salad. I choose fresh, colorful ingredients. Having lots of different colors in the salad bowl keeps me from getting bored with food. Being bored at a meal is such a shame. I like exciting flavors or surprising food pairings. I like trying new things.

When it comes to the Lord’s supply of my daily food, his generosity is thrilling. I can feed on His words of life in the Bible and find unexpected moments of revelation. He also provides unexpected experiences with flavorful food for my body. He fills me with good things for my belly and for my soul.

1 comment:

Tidbits of Torah said...

I believe you and your readers will enjoy Psalm 23 heard in lashon kodesh/the holy tongue

To see the lashon kodseh with english while the video is playing open another browser with this link

mechon-mamre.org/p/pt/pt2623.htm

youtube.com/watch?v=-YBa9AoSveI

ENJOY