In Fullness Know

“Measure the yeast,

Raise the dough.

Fine Grain Flour

Of Your Fullness

You do bestow

“Grace upon Grace”

And in Your Light

We have come to

See,

Believe, and

Know.”

 

“And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us,

And we behold His glory,

The glory of the Only begotten of the Father,

Full of Grace and Truth.” John 1:14 NKJV

 

 

“When anyone brings a grain offering as an offering to the LORD,

his offering shall be of

Fine Flour…

It is a most Holy part of the LORD’s food offering.” Leviticus 2:1 & 3 ESV

 

 “I AM the Bread of Life.” John 6:33

 

Poem by denisebalog©

Author: DeniseBalog

Author and Photographer who enjoys writing about Jesus and sharing photographs to illuminate His beauty.

7 thoughts on “In Fullness Know”

  1. The smell of fresh bread rising. I would be so thrilled to join you for a cuppa. Beautiful reminder of I AM THE BREAD OF LIFE…..and all it means for those who truly love HIM. Blessings and love.

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    1. Thank you friend:) Baking day here at our house. Day started out cold and cloudy; especially during the early morning hours when this was written, (which is not always the best for dough rising) But then Jesus! The sun came out, the yeast began to rise and He has provided an abundant amount of bread to enjoy and share:) blessings, thanks again for visiting… Wish I could serve up a hot roll and coffee to share with you:)

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    1. Hello Susan:) Thank you for stopping by! I don’t know if I have been missing your site, but I haven’t seen you at all. Yes, today I am baking bread:) My family LOVES coming home to the counter stuffed with goodies! We like to share with our neighbors and whoever “happens” by on Bake day:) blessings friend, denise

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