Menu Inspiration: Wholly Red SnapperPosted: May 04, 2016 | Author: jhansbrough
Jesus prepping fish to feed his apostles. (John 21:12-14)
Cooking fish, from nose to tail, is easy and makes an impression! Some people get a little unnerved eating something that is looking back at them. But I think it gives the eater a greater appreciation for food. You see where food comes from. You recognize that it's life given so that human life can continue living. It helps us to be "spiritual" about the food we eat.
Jesus praying with his apostles. (The Lord's Prayer (Le Pater Noster) - Painted by James Tissot)
Whole roasted anything reminds me of the Bible. I think of the Jewish people's experience of eating a whole roasted goat before they left Egypt. Also, there is the ram of the Holocaust that spared the life of Isaac. I think of the Post-Easter encounter of the Jesus by his disciples along the sea of Galilee. They ate whole roasted fish.
Whole roasted Red Snapper Fish with Citrus, Herbs, and Spice
So, go ahead and give it a try. Eat something whole and holy, by recognizing the delicate balance of life that is sustained because of our meals. Consider that eating something "whole" can help us become "holy" IF we're willing to give ourselves completely and totally to God, who gives Himself to us WHOLE and HOLY in Communion.
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Let us Pray:
Father, help us to hold nothing back from you. Help us to give ourselves completely to Your will. Keep us in Your care, and provide for every need. Lord, give me the courage to ask that You deliver me completely - not just one part of my life, or one part of my body - but my entire being, mind, spirit and body. Help us to be grateful for the food we receive, never to take anything for granted. We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen.
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