4 Scriptual Keys
4. Now, after you have done these first three things, you must be willing to wait on the Lord’s time in answering. The promised answer may come immediately. Then again—it may not. Just don’t get uptight! God will keep His promise. If the answer is long in coming, you can remember that He has a perfect time and a perfect plan for your life. Meanwhile, you might read the promise section on “Patience.”
Follow these four steps to claim all the promises God has given you to use. Take time to read some of them in your Bible in the context of the whole chapter where it appears. If you find one verse especially helpful, memorize it. Then you’ll have it at your fingertips. Always remember that whatever God said—He will do!
Carry those promises with you at all times. Think of it as a Bible promise dictionary and refer to it for answers to all your questions and needs. Memorize all the key verses and use them daily to open God’s storehouse of benefits. God cannot and will not break one of these promises. Every promise is yours! Trust them. Stand on them. Believe them. Then you can say, “God said it. I believe it. That settles it.”
EXAMPLES OF YEAST IN OUR DAILY FOODS
Baked Goods - Bread, muffins, croissants, biscuits, and other baked goods usually contain yeast. Bakers use it to make the products rise. Yeast can also add flavor to baked goods, depending on the type of yeast used.
Cereal- Some cereals contain malt — fermented barley made with yeast — meaning anyone with a yeast allergy should avoid them. Malt may appear on ingredient lists as "malt syrup," or "malt extract."
Candies - Many types of candy also contain malt. People with yeast allergies should read ingredient labels very carefully before eating candy.