Food for Life – Carob Sweets

When reading the Bible with humble, teachable heart, we are holding intercourse with God Himself. The thoughts expressed, the precepts specified, the doctrines revealed, are a voice from the God of heaven. The Bible will bear to be studied, and the mind, if not bewitched by Satan, will be attracted and charmed. . . . The light which beams through the Scriptures is light from the eternal throne flashed down to this earth. . . .

“All who make the Word of God their guide in this life will act from principle. Those who are vacillating, vain, and extravagant in dress, who are gratifying the appetite and following the promptings of the natural heart, will, in obeying the teachings of God’s Word, become balanced. They will devote themselves to duty with an energy that never falters, and they will rise from one degree of strength to another. Their characters will be beautiful and fragrant and devoid of selfishness. They will make their way and be acceptable anywhere among those who love truth and righteousness.

“The psalmist prayed, ‘Open thou mine eyes, that I may behold wondrous things out of thy law.’ The Lord heard him, for how full of assurance are the words, ‘How sweet are thy words unto my taste! yea, sweeter than honey to my mouth!’ ‘More to be desired are they than gold, yea, than much fine gold: sweeter also than honey and the honeycomb.’ (Psalm 119:18, 103; 19:10.) And as the Lord heard and answered David, so He will hear and answer us, making our hearts full of gladness and rejoicing.”

That I May Know Him, 196.

Carob Sweets

1 cup almonds, soaked in water overnight

1 cup walnuts, soaked in water overnight

Drain off water and grind the nuts together into butter.


1 teaspoon light tahini

1 teaspoon vanilla

1 teaspoon honey

Mix together well to make a dough, and divide into two halves. Add 1 teaspoon carob powder to one half. Chop some dates or other dried fruit. Roll up a small piece of white dough and a small piece of carob dough, adding a piece of dried fruit in the center. Roll each ball in carob powder to coat.

A friend of Steps to Life, Margaret Murray enjoys reading LandMarks and watching sermon videos on Sabbath. She lives on the Sussex Coast at Eastbourne, England.

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