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A Promise For The Hungry!

Text: John 6:28 - 59

Introduction: When we are hungry we know by our stomachs. When we are hungry spiritually we know by our hearts. When you are hungry physically your stomach growls. When you are hungry spiritually your heart yearns for some spiritual food. Jesus Christ is the Source of spiritual satisfaction, of man’s spiritual nourishment. He is the only Bread that can feed man’s great hunger, the hunger that gnaws and gnaws within his inner being. There is no other source upon which man can feed and be nourished.

I. A Promise to Bless Those That Are Hungry - Mat. 5:6 Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled.
A. Serving God
B. Righteousness Living - Not self-righteous
C. A desire to be in His House
D. A desire to be close to God

II. A Promise to Fill Our Hearts - Acts 14:17 Nevertheless he left not himself without witness, in that he did good, and gave us rain from heaven, and fruitful seasons, filling our hearts with food and gladness.
God wants to fill us with His Spirit
Notice our hearts and not our stomachs
A full stomach is fulfilling but only temporary!

III. A Promise To Satisfy V. 35

IV. Only Jesus can satisfy only the hungry
It is the bread that man really needs more than anything else on earth.
It is the only bread that can feed and meet the need of man’s...
lack of purpose and meaning of life

Story of the two little boys that went fishing.
There is a large baking firm in the south called Sunbeam Bakeries. For many years they erected scores of billboards each Christmas showing a little girl in prayer. The legend read simply, "Not by Bread Alone." The implication was clear. Man is a spiritual being and must have food for his soul.

Read the label on the last loaf of bread you bought. More than likely you'll discover that it has been vitaminized, fortified, and pulverized. Bread is not the simple thing it once was. But how can you improve on the bread of life? More than that, it is unique. You can make physical bread from wheat, rye, rice, barley, corn, even potatoes. Bread for the soul can come from only one source. Jesus said, "I am the bread of life" (John 6:48).

We Need A Balanced Meal of…
The Word of God

Conclusion: Is your spiritual hunger being satisfied this morning? If not will you take the Bread of Life?

A common expression to describe extreme conditions of poverty is "bread and water." Prisoners in solitary confinement have sometimes been given nothing more than that. Monks in their ascetic zeal have sometimes limited their diet to that. Bread and water is not very nourishing. Spiritually, though, it is all we need. Jesus is the bread of life and the water of life. He's all we need.

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