The Food for thought post series contains 2 sections – Food for thought and food for body. Food for body (recipe) section can be found towards the end of this post. The entire recipe list can be found under Food for Thought tab in the main menu at the top of the page.
Food for thought | Book Published – THE ONE GOD: Questions on God, death, religion, truth.
This is a sincere effort by the author to provide answers to some of the questions that have challenged many people in their quest to know God.
1.Why there must be a God?
2.Who is God?
3.Why should I believe in Jesus?
4.What is living life?
5.Why did Jesus have to die for the salvation of mankind?
6.Are you doing enough good deeds?
7.What is the proof for heaven or hell?
8.Have money, possessions, good family, what about the soul?
9.How can I come to God?
10.Is Jesus Christ really coming back?
11.How did I meet with the true real God?
12.What part do good works play in the Christian life?
13.Should we forgive others?
14.Would anyone still go to heaven if they believe in God just before death?
15.How can I have peace with God?
16.Who is satan?
17.Was Jesus a Jew? Did HE fulfil the law?
18.Did people take Jesus’ life?
19.What happens after death?
20. Arminianism or Calvinism?
21.Role of a Christian wife
22.Is it ok for a Christian to divorce?
23.Is not having a child a curse?
24.Will God judge the world?
25.Can a Christian be depressed?
26.How do I improve my self confidence?
27.Am I beautiful?
28.How to find God’s will?
Book link – https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MCDQG4S
Food for body | Easy Saturday / Sunday brunch for 2
A quick and tasty savoury brunch for saturdays / sundays. Enjoy this brunch which will keep you energised for the rest of the day.
- 2 whole eggs
- 8 chicken sausages
- 2 seeded buns
- parsley chopped
Take a frying pan and lightly coat with cooking oil
On medium heat, place the chicken sausages on the pan. Cook for around 10-15mins by regularly turning them.
On medium heat, crack 2 eggs on to the pan with the sunny side up. Allow it to cook till the white is set.
Sprinkle some salt and chopped parsley over it and enjoy with white buns or wholemeal buns.
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