I am so glad you are to join me for another Morning with Jesus!
This week I am sharing one of my favorite hot chocolate recipes-Salted Caramel. Just as good? The promise we are given in Luke 6:21! This one has brought me great comfort and I hope the promise and this mini devotional do the same for you.
So go make that cup of hot chocolate, and then sit back with a warm blanket and spend some time with Jesus! Happy sipping!
"Blessed are you who hunger now, for you will be satisfied. Blessed are you who weep now for you will laugh."
Doesn't this promise just speak to your heart?
We can be hungry for so many things other that just food to fill our bellies.
So, whether your physically hungry, emotionally hungry, or spiritually hungry-this promise is for YOU! We are promised to be satisfied! This isn't a promise that says we will be given whatever we want, rather we will be given what we need.
There is a popular quote that I see floating around quite a bit and it goes something like this: There is only ONE who can satisfy the human heart...the ONE who made it."
Jesus is the bread of life.
He is the satisfier of human hearts.
If you hunger for love, He will love you.
If you hunger for peace, He will give you peace.
If you hunger for purpose, He has a purpose for you.
If you hunger to stop weeping...He promises laughter.
Whatever the base need is for what you are hungry for, Jesus will fill it if you ask Him to!
Read on for this week's Hot Chocolate Recipe: Salted Caramel.
(Simple one cup serving)
1 cup milk (skim, 1%, 2%)
1 tsp sugar
1 tsp sea salt (more or less to taste)
pinch of brown sugar
2 caramel squares
hot chocolate mix of your choice
mini semi-sweet chocolate chips (optional)
whip cream (optional)
caramel topping (optional)
1.Make your standard hot chocolate with you choice type of milk as you normally would do (stovetop or in the microwave) but add the following: sugars, mini chocolate chips if desired, salt, and two caramels if microwaving and 1 caramel if making on the stove.
2. Mix well, caramels in microwave will not melt completely.
3. Top with whip cream and caramel topping if desired.
4. Sip and enjoy!!
I can't wait to share with the next couple Mornings With Jesus! They are some of my favorites as well!
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