Before Meal Blessing

Before Meal Blessing
The tradition and custom of giving blessings, such as a Before Meal Blessing, goes back to the very earliest times when these special prayers represented wishes for a bountiful harvest or health, wealth and happiness and are also associated with thanksgiving. The Before Meal Blessing is a traditional blessing and similar words are associated with many religions and cultures for ceremonial events or rituals. Enjoy the short, simple words to the Before Meal Blessing.


Before Meal Blessing

Praise God, from whom all blessings flow...

Great God, Thou Giver of all good,
Accept our praise and bless our food.
Grace, health, and strength to us afford
Through Jesus Christ, our blessed Lord.
Amen.

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Before Meal Blessing

Before Meal Blessing
The old and traditional words to the Before Meal Blessing are highly motivating. Blessings relate to the act of praying for divine protection or favor, a wish for happiness. A blessing, such as this Before Meal Blessing, is used to express a spiritual wish that good fortune may go with the person or to a specific object and are also spoken as a Thanksgiving for a dinner or a meal.

Before Meal Blessing

Before Meal Blessing

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