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"We will give the people spiritual food and material food.
It gives you the spiritual food you need to keep going."
Bread of Heaven - the Truth as spiritual food for the soul.
The people fed upon the store of spiritual food, of which sufficient had been laid up for several generations.
Keating drank the sense of their greatness, that spiritual food he sought in common here, and felt himself rising through them.
Some time since we had any preachin' here, and I guess we're all pretty hungry for spiritual food and the straight gospel.
They are being fed spiritual food.
Bethlehem means 'house of bread', and the One born there became the 'bread of life' who becomes our spiritual food today.
And without good spiritual food to keep the spiritual senses healthy and true, they cannot see the thing's about them as they really are.
This slave class is entrusted with caring for Jesus' earthly interests and with providing timely spiritual food.
Spiritual food is much more easily procured and far cheaper than bodily nutriment; that, perhaps, is the reason why many overlook it.
The Governing Body is said to provide "spiritual food" for Jehovah's Witnesses worldwide.
Wanted more uplifting company--sort of spiritual food, huh?"
We are to take this that there are certain spiritual foods given to us that are quite apart from earthly carnal foods.
That slave is the small, composite group of anointed brothers serving at world headquarters during Christ's presence who are directly involved in preparing and dispensing spiritual food.
A neighbor, Abdeen Salim, former deputy head of the village council, flashed a gold tooth as he said: "Now the news is spiritual food for us.
By 1820 the building and its surrounding lands became an official estancia (station), after which padres from the mission would visit regularly to bring "spiritual food" to the faithful.
It was also a three year season of being shut in with God; the only spiritual food that nourished him came from the words of Christ in the Gospels.
The Apostles and other early Christian disciples who wrote the books of the New Testament were also part of the "slave" class providing spiritual food to Christians.
Around this fertile period he also saw the release of his first album Spiritual Food on French label Patate followed by World War on Lionroots.
If, on the other hand, he exceeded that limit, his audience would signify by gapes and yawns that they had had as much spiritual food as they could digest.
"It's not just the legions of the homeless, the anesthetized and the brutalized -but it's that as a nation, we're fat and rich, yet we're starving for spiritual food."
But the churches were empty husks, which contained no spiritual food for the human race, and had in the main ceased to influence its actions, save in the direction of soulless forms.
Alcohol, known in Chinese as jiǔ was considered a spiritual food rather than a material (physical) food, and extensive documentary evidence attests to the important role it played in the religious life.
Jerry and Becky Evans argue that the Quiet Time is a time of encouragement, strengthening, and insight to the Christian, and "spiritual food" for a person's soul.