Sounds like someone’s favourite food. We often bring a smile during a photography session by saying “Cheese”. But this cheese reaction doesn’t put a smile rather has tremendous adverse effects on our health. This is a medical condition which occurs as a result of a hypertensive crisis in patients on treatment with MAO inhibitors for depression. MAO-A present in gastrointestinal tract degrades tyramine in food but when inhibitors are used, tyramine escapes degradation and gets absorbed resulting in dangerous elevation of blood pressure.
In our life, we have our own favouritism in terms of food, clothing, social media, choices and some even in terms of relationships, and persons too. We as believers and followers of Christ are on a daily dose of medicine that is God’s word. We ought to keep ourselves from things that are our favourites rather prioritize things as per scripture. It doesn’t mean to drop our worldly life and be a saint, it simply means to cease our desire and lust for the world. Never let your desire, craze or love for others grow more than the love you have for God.
Many youngsters these days run behind worship leaders, prophecies and miracles forgetting the base which originates from God’s word and nothing else. If we have a favouritism for people and worship them instead of God, we are likely to have a cheese reaction in our life. God will teach us that there’s no one like Him and no one can ever take His place
I am the Lord, and there is no other, besides me there is no God; I equip you, though you do not know me, that people may know, from the rising of the sun and from the west, that there is none besides me; I am the Lord, and there is no other.
By Dr Mr & Mrs Wesley