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THE BREAD OF COMFORT


In his book entitled God’s Psychiatry, Charles Allen tells this story:


As World War II was drawing to a close, the Allied armies gathered up many hungry orphans. They were placed in camps where they were well-fed. Despite excellent care, they slept poorly. They seemed nervous and afraid. Finally, a psychologist came up with the solution. Each child was given a piece of bread to hold after he was put to bed. This particular piece of bread was just to be held—not eaten. The piece of bread produced wonderful results. The children went to bed knowing instinctively they would have food to eat the next day. That guarantee gave the children a restful and contented sleep.


SOURCE: Quinton Morrow in "I am the Bread of Life" on www.sermoncentral.com

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