Religion: Two Cups Jeremiah

I was an hungred, and ye gave me meat: I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink.

—Matthew 25:35

Faith and food are close company in the Old Testament and the New—from that first bite in Eden, through the Passover meal and the manna from Heaven, to the feeding of the multitudes and the Last Supper. The resurrected Christ was specifically recognized by the breaking of bread at Emmaus (Luke 24:30, 35), by eating a piece of broiled fish in Jerusalem (Luke 24:42), and by cooking breakfast for Peter and his friends (John 21:9-12)....

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