What does “Real Bread” mean?
I’m asked a lot – a whole, whole, lot – “Can I eat bread? I thought bread was bad.” “Didn’t you used to be called, ‘The Bread Believer?'” “How does ‘bread’ represent what you do?” “Are you a bakery?” Well, no. I’m definitely not a bakery. And, yes, I can explain the rest.
Is a broad synonym encompassing food, money and sustenance. Oh, and it just so happens to be a description of the Savior, Jesus Christ, The Bread of Life.
I am spiritually fed by the Bible and mentally fed by nutrition science. I am physically sustained by bread, whole foods, and targeted supplements. I am provided for by the promises of God and the “dough” He helps me earn. I am upheld by Jesus, THE Bread, and the good foods He’s provided for me to eat.
Is a synonymous term for faith, doctrine, persuasion to fact.
I believe the Bible is the absolute authority. It contains rock-solid, irrefutable Truths upon which I base every endeavor (even this blog!). I believe Jesus is the Way, Truth and Life. I believe that if He said, “I am the Bread of Life” and instructed His disciples to eat bread, well, then that bears relevance beyond allegory. I believe science must bow its knee to the Bible. I believe people can rethink and rediscover ways to remodel their unhealthy ways into healthy ones! I believe walking in divine health is a REAL THING!
If Jesus compared Himself to a food group, there must be something to it. So, that’s why I chose The Bread Believer as the title of my first blof. Oh, and alliteration may have had something to do with it. I love alliteration (hearkens back to lyric writing classes in Bible college).
A “Bread Believer” is someone who believes that bread (and all bread’s implied meanings) are good and believes that God knew what He was doing when He made grain! A “Bread Believer,” in context, embraces Food+Faith+Fitness=Freedom and is on the road to wholeness!
My mission as a Wellness Educator and Health Advocate is to proclaim the inseparable scientific and Biblical facts about food and nutrition.
Did you know the Bible has lots to say about the food you eat?
Stick around! You just may learn a thing or two!
These terms describe the mission of Well Made Wellness: to inspire wellness with a whole heart!