"Now take a stone, or a piece of iron or copper--oh here is something strong! It seems they [the ones enjoying Christ as milk or water] are not a stone, and no iron or copper is in them. You cannot fight with milk as a weapon. You cannot do battle with a piece of bread or a go to war with a fig. How ridiculous! You must have iron or copper; you must have something of strength" (p 77).
Hahahaha! I imagine someone going to war with a loaf of bread and taking bites out of it while running onto the battlefield.
However, I was reminded that in Psalm 23:5 says the Lord prepares us a feast in the midst of our adversaries. Thus, the battlefield becomes a place of feasting, and the battle is enjoyable!
from The All-Inclusive Christ