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A Delicious God!

The world is more delicious than it needs to be. We have a superabundance of divine goodness and generosity. God went over the top. We don’t need the variety we enjoy, but he gave it to us out of sheer exuberant joy and grace. God’s creative joy wasn’t only for the beginning of creation, leaving us “eating leftovers.” God continues to sustain creation out of joy. “The bloom of yeast lies upon the grape skins year after year because He likes it; C6H12O6=2C2H5OH+2CO2 is a dependable process because, every September, He says, That was nice; do it again.
From A Meal with Jesus: Discovering Grace, Community and Mission around the Table by Tim Chester. Only a delicious God would create such a delicious world! He is truly pleasant and sweet in all dimensions! 

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