Scenario Two. Jesus was about to teach on a hillside and 5000+ people arrived to hear him. His first throught and concern was to feed them, which he did. He needed to see they were looked after first before even Himself. As He does.
Real Life: I read about the sumptuous spreads given to the politicians in the House of Commons and Lords. I read about no expense spared banquets in city chambers and so on. While at the same time, others (the needy and poor)are shown the menu saying 'Budget dish of the day' or 'No food today'. Question? I couldn't enjoy my meal in scenario one if others were to miss their meals. What I would like is for those eating at the taxpayer's expense to taste guilt with every mouthful swallowed. It leaves a bitter taste in our mouths and so it should theirs to until they lead by example. And feed by example. God, readjust their appetites and let them see that visiting dignitaries would not be enjoying their banquets either if they realised the public suffered because of it. We are thankful for food and pray that everyone can have enough. We do not need haute cusisine just good food and enough to eat. Thank You. Amen.