I hate to remind you of anything unpleasant on Christmas Day, but have you thought lately about the price of food? Of course you have, probably when you were in the supermarket shopping for your Christmas dinner. Dick Gregory, the comedian, recently remarked that it used to be that people cried when they peeled onions; now they cry when they buy them.
I want to talk today first about the high price of food and, second, whether it is worth the high price. Not just any food, mind you, but the food that is the Bread of Life, the food that was born today in Bethlehem (Bethlehem means in Hebrew “the house of bread”), the food that is God’s priceless Christmas gift to the world:
I Myself am the living bread
come down from Heaven.
If anyone eats this bread
he shall live forever;
the bread I will give
is My flesh, for the life of the world…
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