Gradual Introductions To The Biblical Diet
Biblical healthy eating requires one to follow the scripture and understand what was accepted by that time.
In as much as it may not be evident, God is concerned about our overall health. There are some reasons why God is concerned about our diet. The main reasons why we would say that God is concerned about our diet are; He loves us and wishes for our wellbeing, His communication to us is through our brain, He is our maker and regards us as His children and because our bodies are the temple of the Holy Spirit.
Bible verses such as; 1 John 4:19 “We love Him because He first loved us.” Show God’s love for us and how much He wishes for our wellbeing. This proves of how much He wants what is best for us.
It is directly proportional in how the brain works in relation to the food that we eat. A clouded mind and clouded judgment hinders what God is trying to tell us which can be sometimes attributed to not eating well. The concept of healthy eating is important and God wishes us to follow this aspect as it helps us to pay attention to His call and understand what He is communicating to us in a better way than a person who does not follow a healthy diet and is often distracted from His word and call. Unhealthy eating is often associated by many temptations and shortcomings which may attract the influence of the devil and deter the person from following what is right.
We are His creation and His children as well and therefore wants what is best for what He has made, in this case being our diet. His love for us as our maker and us is creation is evident in bible verses such as; “And will be a Father unto you, and ye shall be my sons and daughters, said the Lord Almighty.” 2 Corinthians 6:18.
It is important that we take care of our bodies in a way that is good and right, eating healthy and being mindful of our diet as it is the temple of the holy spirit. The body should be used in a way that glorifies God in every way.
Originally, the diet was made up of plants alone followed by vegetables as is seen in the garden of Eden. Flesh foods were later introduced in the diet after the floods and became part of what they ate. There was some conditions attached to the eating of flesh foods.

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