A Recipe for Potato Soup & Maintaining Clean Hands

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Potato Soup

Ingredients:

10 potatoes diced

1 can onion soup

1 can cream of celery soup

1/2 stick butter

1/2 pound bacon, fried crispy

Salt & Pepper

4 Slices of American cheese

1 cup milk

Instructions:

Peel and wash potatoes and place in a large pot. Then cover with water and cook until fork tender, then drain water.

Add remaining ingredients except the bacon and cheese.

Cook on low until hot. Then add bacon and crackers and any of your favorite toppings. 

This soup is great on a cold day!  

Clean Hands

Sin disguises itself as freedom but it is really a burden. Sin is bondage that can pull down the strongest of us. The Lord is stronger, however he also teaches us how to overcome sin.  His word is a guide and fills us with the power to endure.

Although the will to do wrong feels overwhelming at times, the power to do what’s right has been put in us and we simply need to learn how to use it. When we are faced with the opportunity to sin, but we exercise the power to choose to do good, we grow stronger.

As we learn to respond through the power of God and say no to sin, our strength increases and it becomes easier to deny temptations and choose the Will of God. Choose this day whom you will serve (ref. Joshua 24:15)!

May God bless you today and everyday. 

From My Kitchen To Yours !


In addition to providing delicious recipes on her Faith and Food blog, Tina Rucker is a proud mom to her 18 year old son, happy wife to her husband Joel of six years, and the spearhead of the Five Loaves Food Pantry ministry in her local church, open twice a month. 

Tina has worked in the food industry for over 25 years, and has a heart and a passion to serve, feed, and provide for those in need.

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