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Daily bread | Inhabitatio Dei

What image could “daily bread” conjure up if not the daily gift of manna that God provided for Israel during their sojourn in the desert after leving Egypt?…  When Jesus then instructs his disciples to pray for “our daily bread” ought we not — instead of thinking that this is just an injuction to remember God’s providential enforcement of that which we have already secured — realize that in calling his followers to pray in this way Jesus is calling us back into the desert with Israel.  Out of the security of land, possessions, cultural production and into a life of sojourning…

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