The Saltiness of Righteousness

Our usefulness, as Christians, depends on our distinctiveness; we must not lose our distinctiveness, or we will lose our usefulness.

Onward: Thoughts of a Christian Soldier

Do you love eating like I do?  One of my cravings is salt and vinegar potato chips, even though I know that they are not that healthy.  During a recent visit to the doctor, I was told that my blood pressure was elevated, and I needed to reduce my intake of sodium.  As a result, I prepared a few meals that contained no salt.  Upon taking the first few bites, I immediately regretted this decision since it had no taste and was downright undesirable to eat.  It was then that I fully appreciated the benefits of salt as an ingredient to a desirable meal. 

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