1 Corinthians 10:3

And did all eat the same spiritual food;
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Gregory of Nyssa

AD 394
The divine apostle also, in calling the Lord “spiritual food and drink,” suggests that he knows that human nature is not simple, but that there is an intelligible part mixed with a sensual part and that a particular type of nurture is needed for each of the elements in us—sensible food to strengthen our bodies and spiritual food for the wellbeing of our souls. .
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