Summary: The soul must be fed daily with the Bread of Life. Feed your soul with the same zeal that you feed your body.
No I’m going to start off this morning talking about food. I think that is a relevant subject for most of us.
I really like to eat for those who know me well can cosign for that. I remember one of my high point of college was when I realized that the dorm cafeteria was all you can eat every meal. Oh I said to my roommate, It can’t get any better that this.
Needless to say that I was told that I had to stop these intimate dinners for four unless I invited three more people.
I was reading on the internet that a scientist has computed that the average human eats 16 times their weight in a year, in comparison a horse only eats 8 times their weight in the same time. So I guess it stands to reason that if we want to lose weight we might want to consider eating like a horse.
But as much as we eat and God has blessed us with so much food, there is a tragedy among us. We have been starving ourselves. There are multitudes of starving sheep that wont reach out to our spiritual Shepard for something to eat.
We are becoming so skinny that our spiritual ribs are showing. Now how many have had some good southern soul food. Now I’m talking about some soul food that haves you so full that your breathing is labored and movement is not existent. Food that will put some meat on your bones.
But this morning I want not to talk about soul food but the food that feeds the soul your spiritual soul food. Now in John 6 (quickview)  verse 32 Jesus says “I am the bread of life, he who comes to me shall not hunger and he who believes in me shall not thirst.” That is powerful. Lets explore this this morning.
Now imagine that, bread that would not only fill your hunger but would cause you never to hunger again. Now I’m not speaking of bread that promises longer life or that is simply good for you. No I’m talking about the bread that promises eternal life, eat this bread and you will live forever in God’s kingdom. Eat this bread and though you die one day and your body is buried in the ground, the life in this bread will raise you from the grave. Imagine the lines of people that would form just to get a morsel of this bread. Think of how rich the baker of this bread would become as demand for this bread exceeded his supply. Think of how everyone would be rushing off to tell their friends, family and neighbors about this bread and where to get it.