Bliss point

Super yummy, super bad for you. Pic thanks to Cloud Lounge

Super yummy, super bad for you. Pic thanks to Cloud Lounge

In fitness, enthusiasts work towards the release of endorphins. In the junk food industry, processors add the perfect amount of sugar — called technically “bliss” point — to dazzle your taste buds and addict you like cocaine.

Hahaha. What a great joke pic!

Hahaha. What a great joke pic!

It’s your choice of pleasure — the easy, fattening road or the hard-work and sweat road that helps you live longer.

Such is Christianity. You either go for easy gratification that ultimately destroys your soul. Or you pray, read your Bible, resolve people issues and continue in church — and you get soul healthiness that is emotionally sensational!

As I browse blogs, I see so many that hover around the

Watch out! What you eat can imprison you!

metaphorical pillars of processed foods: sugar, salt and food. They rave about stuff that’s toxic to your heart. A few blogs take the high road and promote happiness through spiritual exercise.

What I talk about here is praying, praying more and experiencing the thrill of answered prayers. . If you’ve never felt this exhiliration, you’ve got to try it. But think of it like the gym. If you do just a little, the results may be a bit short. If you pour yourself into it, the results are — well, ripped.

35 responses to “Bliss point

  1. so true, the caption on the pigeon. your message is deep. thank you for enlightening πŸ™‚ have a great weekend!

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  3. I mentioned you in my latest post. PUSH… Pray Until Something Happens πŸ™‚ Great post thank you.

  4. I love the last line. I love this post.

  5. So true, great post, thank you!

  6. Yes, what we eat can imprison us into pain and despair!

  7. I’ve recently switched my food blog over to be self-hosted which I hope will make it more user-friendly in the future. As a result, if you were following Can’t Stay Out of the Kitchen via email, WordPress, or using RSS feeds through Google Reader or some other way, you are no longer subscribed. If you wish to continue receiving future posts from my blog you will need to re-subscribe. Sorry for the inconvenience, Teresa.

  8. hahahah, I really had to laugh about the 6 pack there!!! I had to show everyone here.

  9. Don’t normally respond as I get your blog on my smart phone but this morning I’ve got time to put my computer on. Thank you for blogs that every day inspire me and keep in hanging in there.
    Today’s was especially needed as I’ve got a people issue in church to sort and wanted to runaway but your encouragement will keep me there.
    Blessings to you πŸ™‚

  10. Great post, Mike. I absolutely love the six-pack! Blessings!! Diane

  11. Wow, the pressure’s on. I hope my nutritional blog fits into the sensible and ‘high road’ category?! πŸ™‚

    Seeing that first photo displaying fats and sugar is like comparing sin to a Christian existence. I had no desire whatsoever to indulge in those foods. Finding true Christian, faithful living is like finding true healthy living. I have no desire to go back into a sinful lifestyle, anymore than I’d desire to eat gross fatening foods! It’s not tempting me. Thanks for the great blog!

  12. Ok, I just ate a sugary, gooey donut and felt guilty about every bite, and then I came in here and read your post.

    How did you know?

    If I gave in to the craving for God the way I do to the craving for carbs, I’d be moving mountains!

  13. Mmm, sweet stuff, chocolate- so my weekness. Great points about spirtuality!

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