A Prayer of Thanksgiving

Father, thank you for the gift of bacon; for the pigs you created, and whatever junk they eat to make their flesh so delicious. Thank you for the physics of fire and the chemical reaction that takes place when we put meat over it. Thank you for the inspiration and ingenuity of the first people to consider cutting a pig up really thin and frying it in its own fat, and their generousity in sharing it with others. Thank you most of all for the ability to appreciate the sumptuous flavour as it hits the tongue for the first time in the day, and that “oh yeah,” moment of perfect contentment. If you had only given us bacon and not your son, we would still have more than enough reason to praise you!



About Aaron Mark Reimer

Aaron Mark Reimer was born in 1980 on Prince Edward Island, Canada, and his parents promptly moved him west to Ontario. He is a pastor, a writer, a speaker, a musician, and a bit of a geek. Published works include The Art of Being Broken, Worshipping Through John: A Devotional For Praise Teams, and a short story about going to Jupiter with his dad that he wrote when he was seven. He has one wife (Vanessa), two sons (Dúnadan and Taliesin), and many cats. Follow him on Twitter as @IAmAnErrorMaker

Posted on April 20, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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