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Food can go from sweet to sour. When time has its effect on food it begins to ferment, in the fermenting on the stomach it creates an ache within. The scroll that John has given to eat is sweet. But the promises that are sweet can take time to be fulfilled, more time than we want. And this waiting can create an ache within. We are pained with the desire for fulfillment of the sweet promise of God. We are sick with desire for an end to evil, pain, war, abuse, injustice, and all that's wrong with this broken world. We are aching for deliverance. Like a mother who's delivering a child the excruciating pain will give way to something new and beautiful. The sweet taste in our mouth is a reminder of the sweet promise of life. But there will be a long ache before it breaks forth into completion. This is not the last time we see God giving food to his servants. There is a feast in store. Revelation 19:7. Let us be glad and rejoice and let us give honor to him. For the time has come for the wedding feast of the Lamb. Waiting will be over. And we will ache no more. The sweetness of God's promise will prove to be true. We will see with clarity like never before, that his life is a sweet gift. And we will be honored to come and sit at his table. See the sweet promises of God, taste and see that they are good. Even through the ache...for our deliverance comes. And the prayer of my own heart today is that I will take and eat, that I will wait with expectant and joyful hope, for that day to come.
That's the prayer that I have for my family from my wife. My daughter's my son and that's the pier that I have for you may be so
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