Well, for Lila May Thompson it was her annual dinner that she prepared for her relatives on the first Sunday of each New Year.
Her dinner consisted tender succulent meats and several kinds of green vegetables and delicious rice and potato dishes. And, she out did herself with her sweet, tangy fruit pies and banana puddings.
The whole family was there from Grandpa Amos and Grandma Bea to the newest members of the family, the 8 month old twins Tyler and Tara, and all the cousins, aunts, uncles, and sisters and brothers in between.
The parents of the twins realized too late that in their hurry to get to Lila May's house they had left the twins' baby food on the kitchen counter. But not to worry, Lila May was a quick and innovative thinker.
She used her food processor to puree bits of the meat as well as the veggies and potatoes. She even used her food processor to puree some fruit from the pies. The twins were able to enjoy the same meal as the rest of the family in a way that was digestible for them.
And that's how it is with the Word of God and children.
God's Word is good, relevant, and edible for all ages when prepared in just the right way!
O taste and see that the LORD is good: blessed is the man that trusteth in Him.