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A comestible made from flour or meal by moistening, kneading into dough and baking.
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The bread of life coming from the house of bread: One might stop and wonder if there were any significance to this.
He claims, against literalists and fundamentalists, that John's images, such as "bread of life" or "lamb of God," have their meaning as metaphors, that is, that they stand primarily for something other than the verbal pictures they present.
The Brandon Bar Association and Bread of Life Christian Mission has set the criteria for its annual scholarship.
A case in point is the proposed conversion of stones into bread, an action that Jesus resists because he stresses that the word of God, in effect, is the bread of life. As Jesus manifests wisdom in order to engage and refute each of Satan's three temptations, he exemplifies the enlightened interiority that issues from an acute awareness of Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and the Gospels.
Bread of Life began in 1992 as an outreach program of St.
The leader is Whole Foods Market, which operates stores nationwide under various names: Whole Foods, Fresh Fields, Bread & Circus, Wellspring Grocery, Bread of Life and Merchant of Vino.
From the signs source there are the feeding of the five thousand and the walking on the water; from the Offenbarungsreden-source there are the Bread of Life discourses and other material, and the redactor added the `eucharistic interpolation' and the futuristic eschatology of the last day.
His memoirs include Sagan af brauddinu dyra (1987; The Bread of Life) and Dagar hja munkum (1987; "Days with Monks").
Those fires have awakened a different type of verse." If comprehending the past enables people to deal with the present and prepare for the future, Dritero Agolli's verse--the bread of life, as a younger writer recently put it--will certainly be of assistance to Albanians in digesting the collective trauma that their nation has suffered.
The evangelist's insinuation of the Eucharistic language in Jesus' discourse on the bread of life provides an answer: one encounters the flesh and blood of Jesus Christ in the Eucharistic celebration.
"I am the Bread of Life. I am the resurrection and the life!"