More often than not the world invites us to chase after perishable things; the things of the moment that we think will leave us full, but really are so saturated with all sorts of artificial ingredients that they just leaves us craving more, wanting more. So much of what we think will last, well just doesn’t. Jesus wants so much for us to be “filled” with the things that matter, that keep us full, that will not perish. As we approach Thanksgiving this year, what if we put ourselves on the Jesus diet, a diet that isn’t about how much more we can get, but about how much more we can share and give. What if we spent some time being thankful for not only what he has done, but for what we ourselves can do for him?