Glory Seed Devotional, 2016.07.30

Glory Seed Devotionals, 2016: Year of the Blessing…

Welcome to the City of God Heavenly Diner


Today you will experience hunger. You will eat but you will still be hungry. Today you will experience thirst. You will drink but you will still be thirsty.

Today you will experience a thirst for peace and security. You will drink what the world offers but you will still thirst.

Do you have a burden that is slowly digesting your strength?

Has a broken relationship leaving you feeling empty?

Does the future eat away your hope?

Is unresolved conflict leaving you feel starving for peace?

Has low self esteem eaten away at yourself worth?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions then by all means you owe to yourself to step into The City of God Heavenly Diner where the food and drink is eternal and always free of charge!

The City of God Heavenly Diner is a small quaint restaurant with room enough for the God the Chef, Jesus the Waiter, and you the patron. Walking through the door you know immediately you are leaving the world as you know it. In the background you hear the gentle singing of an angelic choir singing songs of peace and songs of love. The atmosphere and the décor are so peaceful the cares and troubles of your day fade away and you immediately begin to relax. You see a poster on the wall that says, “Burdens gladly accepted. No tipping please.”

Next you hear Jesus’ soft and sweet voice saying, “What can I get you today? Would you like something to drink while you are waiting?”

“I’d like a glass of your finest wine please,” you ask. Handing you a glass of wine Jesus says, “Please drink this in remembrance of me. Would you like to order you food now or wait?”

Sipping the wine your burdens and stress slowly dissipate and suddenly you’re very hungry. “I’d like the house special,” you hear yourself saying. Seconds later your meal arrives. “Shall I bless the food for you?” the Jesus asks. “Yes, please do.” you say.

“Father,” the waiter begins, “For the food this person will eat I am truly grateful. May Your Spirit grace and strengthen the life of my friend. May they never hunger or thirst again for what does not fill or quench. Amen.” Then you take your first bite never in your life will you taste food so sweet, so delectable, so satisfying. Never in your life taste a drink so thirst quenching.

After finishing your meal and preparing to leave Jesus looks you in the eyes, “The Chef sends his compliments and love and says come again real soon. Please do.”

At The City of God Heavenly Diner you can eat all you want and never get filled and you will never hunger again, you can drink and never get filled and you will never be thirsty again.

Believe in presence of the GOD and in the strength of his GRACE!



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“Scripture quotations marked NLT are taken from the Holy Bible, New Living Translation, copyright © 1996. Used by permission of Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., Wheaton, Illinois 60189. All rights reserved.”

1 thought on “Glory Seed Devotional, 2016.07.30

  1. Need to visit this diner more often, perhaps have forgotten how to eat, and drink from the eternal fountain and diner as I have been eternally on a diet – it does skew your thinking thanks for the reminder to be still, sit and eat with the Master Chef, and the Devine Waiter!!!

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