Bless This Food

Giving thanks before meals is the most common form of spiritual nourishment.

 

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Smudging the food and self with sage smoke we say "We thank Great Spirit for the resources that made this food possible; we thank the Earth Mother for producing it, and we thank all those who labored to bring it to us.May the Wholesomeness of the food before us, bring out the Wholeness of the Spirit within us."

-revwhiteeagle


My parents taught me this growing up: God is great, God is good. Let us thank him for our food. By his hand, we are fed, Give us, Lord, our daily bread. Amen

-Gayle1223


Missional Living

I was raised Protestant, and the blessing was "Bless Us O Lord, for these thy gifts which we are about to receive from thy bounty, through Christ Our lord, AMEN." Since becoming an adult, I have embraced the beautiful religion of Wicca and although my concepts of the Divine/Higher Power have changed, I still say a silent "off the top of my head" thank you prayer, such as "Thank you God and Goddess for all that you have provided. We are forever grateful for your blessings in our lives. So mote it be."

-WiccaMagick


We as Mormons believe that a prayer should always be reverent and come from the heart. Meaning... Whatever your heart says to say for whatever prayer you would be having. But first to always say thank you. 2nd to bless. 3rd to ask. And to end the prayer to the One who taught us about prayer.

-Jrew


"Lord bless this food to our use and us to Thy service, and make us ever mindful of the needs of others.Amen."

-Father_Currie


A Hindu blessing:

This ritual is one. The food is one. We who offer the food are one. The fire of hunger is also one. All action is one. We who understand this are one.

-birdwatcher

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