Christians, Go Buy Bread

If the Bible explicitly said, “Christians, Go Buy Bread,” some would undoubtedly talk themselves right out of this simple command.

They would argue:

1.) The command does not say “where to buy,” and since you cannot buy bread everywhere (pet stores, auto stores, nail salons), the command of buying bread must not apply.

2.) The command does not say “when to buy,” and since bread is not sold all the time (after stores hours, on some holidays), the command of buying bread must not apply.

3.) The command does not say “what type to buy,” and since there are different types of bread (white, wheat, whole grain), the command of buying bread must not apply.

4.) The command does not say “how to buy,” and since there are various ways of buying bread (cash, food stamps, checks), the command of buying bread must not apply.

They would therefore conclude that Christians do not have to buy bread at all. How ridiculous! However, could we not look in the Bible and see:

1. Where Christians bought bread?
2. When Christians bought bread?
3. What type of bread Christians used?
4. How Christians bought bread?
5. Even the purpose of Christians buying bread?

Then, we could use this scriptural information so that we could correctly obey the simple command of, “Christians, Go Buy Bread.”

“And being made perfect, he became the author of eternal salvation unto all them that obey him” (Heb.5:9).

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