Let’s get the record straight: God don’t make no junk.
According to the account of creation in Genesis, God created the world perfectly. We read in Genesis 1:31 that, “God saw everything that he had made, and indeed, it was very good.”
God don’t make no junk. That means that there is no reason for even one child to suffer from hunger in a world perfectly created. That is the world in which we live.
Do not think, even for a nano-second, that 25,000 die every day from hunger and hunger-related causes because there is not enough food for everyone. Nothing could be further from the truth. Let’s get the record straight. There are plenty of resources.
Here is the truth. These are the facts taken directly from Wold Hunger: Twelve Myths, by Frances Moore Lappé. I quote:
The world today produces enough grain alone to provide every human being on the planet with thirty-five hundred calories a day. That’s enough to make most people fat! And this estimate does not even count many other commonly eaten foods–vegetables, beans, nuts, root crops, fruits, grass-fed meats, and fish. In fact, if all foods are considered together, enough is available to provide at least 4.3 pounds of food per person a day. That includes two and a half pounds of grain, beans, and nuts; about a pound of fruits and vegetables; and nearly a pound of meat, milk, and eggs.
No child dies from hunger because there is not enough food. God created the world perfectly.
There’s more than enough food for our entire human family. We just need to share. God don’t create no junk.