There must be a principle of better life that can savour, relish and feed upon better provision.
Vanity and folly (says the wise man) feed the foolish.
Self-will, self-sufficiency and self-righteousness feed the pharisee.
Husks feed dry and legal convictions.
A fair show in the flesh feeds the hypocrite.
Human applause feeds the letter preacher.
But the quickened soul must have the bread of life, for he is sure to perish without it.
By William Huntington