How did saying your Grace come about?
Why do you say grace and who came up with the idea?
Interesting question. Wanted the answer myself. Just copied this from reference.com.
"Saying grace before meals, the practice of thanking God for food before eating, is a Jewish practice that was adopted by early Christians following the examples of Jesus and the apostle Paul, both of whom said grace before meals as described in Acts 27:35. "
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