Bread of Life 4×6

This month’s Visitingteaching Message is titled “The Divine Mission of Jesus Christ: Bread of Life.” Jesus said, “I am the living bread which came down from heaven: if any man eat of this bread, he shall live for ever” (John 6:51). “Jesus teaches us, His disciples, that we should look to God each day for the bread—the help and sustenance—we require in that particular day,” said Elder D. Todd Christofferson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles.
The scripture I partially quoted in the picture is John 6:35 – “And Jesus said unto them, I am the bread of life: he that cometh to me shall never hunger; and he that believeth on me shall never thirst.”
I love this because no matter what denomination we may be, if we consider ourselves to be Christian, then we believe in Christ too and believe that He truly is the Bread of Life for us. I absolutely love The Bible and the many things we can learn of Christ’s life and example.
I’ve designed this “Bread of Life” printable to allow you to couple it with a gift of home made or even store bought bread. (French Bread from Walmart for $0.99 would be affordable and quick, especially if you have several sisters you’d like to inspire!)

Download 4×6 or 5×7 Bread of Life Cards:

Download this printable in JPG format for printing and give them to the sisters you Visiting Teach or even families you Home Teach or add it to your Missionary’s care package with some rolls. ;) Slight variations to the design, just choose the one you like.

Download 4x6:

Download 5x7:

  1. Click on image(s) & download the one(s) you want. (They are jpg files).
  2. Print: Take/upload the image (jpg file) to your local print shop and have them print it 4×6 or 5×7 (YOU NEED TO DOWNLOAD THE SPECIFIC SIZE YOU WANT PRINTED) The 4×6 pic will not look right if printed 5×7, so download the 5×7 pic if that’s the size you want. Print it on photo paper like you would regular pictures. Like at Costco, Walmart, Target, etc.

Gift Idea: Pair this printable with a fresh loaf of homemade or even store bought bread!

This post was originally published on: Oct 22, 2014 @ 15:59 on my old website (which was hacked), and is part of a migration process to preserve my work and designs: