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Cereal Nutrition

March 4, 2019
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Every Sunday night, our sons get a special treat of cereal for dinner. 

Sundays are atypical for us. We always eat a bigger than normal lunch after church. We’re rarely super hungry by dinner. So, after we roll in from Sunday evening church activities, the boys get to eat a bowl of their sugary-sweet favorite. 

It’s an okay treat for one night, but it wouldn’t do for them to have it all the time. Cereal has little to no nutritional value. It’ll fill the boys up, but it won’t meet their needs. 

It got me thinking, what’s filling me spiritually? Am I eating meals that are light on truth and stuffed with added opinions and feel-good fillers? Friend, we need to be as thoughtful about our spiritual diet as we are our physical food.

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