3rd Week of Easter

After the miraculous multiplication of five loaves and two fish to feed a large crowd, Jesus advised people to work for food that never perishes. To explain, He said that He is the Bread of life. Many walked away hungry. Having taught that doing the work of God means believing in the Son, the Lord also understands that faith becomes difficult at times. Believing in Him and the Word as Spirit and life really does take some work. If the promise that anyone who comes to Him will never hunger seems too good to be true, do we have too much appetite for things of this world, instead of spiritual hunger?