. . . which you really ought to buy and read:
Only miracles are simple, nature is a mystery.
The processes involved in sauce making are hardly as dramatic as the driving of great engines, but they testify no less to the brooding of the Spirit upon the face of creation, to the endless speaking of the Word Who mightily and sweetly orders all things.
Yeast, without God to give it as a gift, ceases to be good company.
To be sure, food keeps us alive, but that is only its smallest and most temporary work. Its eternal purpose it to furnish our sensibilities against the day when we shall sit down at the heavenly banquet and see how gracious the Lord is.