Sausage and Cheese Quiche Recipe

Facing Trouble & Sausage Cheese Crustless Quiche

Romans 5:3-5 (erv)

And we are also happy with the troubles we have. Why are we happy with troubles? Because we know that these troubles make us more patient. And the patience is proof that we are strong. And this proof gives us hope. And this hope will never disappoint us. We know this because God has poured out his love to fill our hearts through the Holy Spirit he gave us.

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Have you ever experienced something so difficult or painful that you were absolutely sure you weren’t going to get through it? But you did, didn’t you? When you look back on it, you’re probably still not sure how you actually survived it, which means there’s only one logical answer; God’s help.

In this verse, I don’t think that Paul actually means that he enjoyed his struggles, but that he enjoyed getting through them, because of the process and proof provided. When we’re sure that we can’t do it; walk one more step, smile one more time, or suffer one more second, but that step happens, that smiles comes, and that second passes, we’re reminded of our strength. The strength that’s given to us through the Spirit.

We become sure of ourselves through pushing our limits. When I first starting running, I can remember following the Couch Potato to 5K app and thinking that there’s no way I’d ever make it to 3 miles. When I was standing at the starting line of the Chicago Marathon just a few years later, those 3 miles seemed like a breeze. But had I not actually struggled through that initial running plan, and suffered through all the times I wanted to give up – had I chosen to believe that I actually couldn’t do it – I would have never made it to that starting line.

God knows this about us; He created us. He knows our desire for reassurance. He sees our quest for proof. He knows that our hope isn’t simply created, it’s built. And He helps us to build it through the challenges we face.

Facing trouble is a process, and it’s one that we’ll repeat over and over again throughout this life. That’s a promise that Jesus makes to us in John 16. But with each struggle, we learn stamina, patience, endurance, and we build belief in our abilities to survive, and God’s ability to carry us through.

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What are some of the struggles you’ve faced recently that have shown you how strong and capable you are? List those struggles in your journal and spend time reflecting on the strength God provided for you in those situations.

Pray

For continued hope and courage through the troubles you face.

Sausage Cheese Crustless Quiche

10 minPrep Time

30 minCook Time

40 minTotal Time

Serves 6 • 1 Slice Per Serving

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Ingredients

  • 6 eggs
  • 6 sausage links
  • salt
  • pepper
  • 1/2 cup shredded cheese
  • 1/2 white onion

Instructions

  1. Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees
  2. Cook sausage in a skillet and cut up into small pieces
  3. Chop onion
  4. Crack eggs into a large bowl and scramble with salt and pepper
  5. Add chopped onion, sausage, and half of the cheese to bowl and mix
  6. Spray a pie pan with non-stick cooking spray and pour egg mixture into pan
  7. Sprinkle remaining cheese evenly across the top
  8. Bake for 30 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean from center
  9. Cut into 6 slices and serve
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The nutrition information is calculated using Applegate Farms Chicken and Sage breakfast sausage links.

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