e have much for which to be thankful. It is certainly appropriate to give audible thanks for our daily bread, whether in private, at a family meal or in public at a restaurant. In fact, Jesus set the example. When He miraculously fed the multitude beside the Sea of Galilee, He began with a prayer of thanksgiving
He took the seven loaves and the fishes, and gave thanks, and brake them... And they did eat and were filled. Matthew 15:36-37
So when we sit down to a meal, it should be a reminder of the many provisions that the Lord gives to us besides our daily bread. Most of all, we are thankful for God's unspeakable or incomparable gift of His Son, Jesus Christ.