When it comes to food, many of us are in greater danger of judging people where we shouldn’t than of eating what we shouldn’t.
Today we have a question about junk food. A young man writes in to ask, “Dear Pastor John, I’m from Singapore. If we are about to eat a meal we know is unhealthy, like fried chicken or fast food that will not serve our bodies like more healthy food will, should we pray and thank God for the food? Or is praying over this food a phony act because the food itself will wrong the body he gave us to care for? How should we think of gratitude and junk food?”