Is it a sin to eat food someone bought you on a Sunday?
I.E.Your parents come home and buy you already made food from a supermarket even though you have some food at home. And your mother insists that you eat it even though you didn't really want it.
Regardless if you wanted the food or not, would it be a sin to eat it?
If my mother and father brought food over to eat at my home I would consider it a gift and the food I had originally planned for would stay in the fridge for the next day.
Sadly, Hospitality is very lacking these days..I have a certain golden rule set in place, and my children know that when we venture out to visit at someone else’s home, we never
arrive empty handed. Either a bouquet of fresh flowers, a bottle of wine, a batch of yummy cookies.
Of course same goes for when folks come to visit here. We always serve something delicious, a snack, dessert or meal depending on hour of the day.
So I would say that if your parents or anyone else comes bringing gifts, Sunday or not, graciously accept, and by all means enjoy the food and
the company! You are so very blessed to have visitors, and family that cares for you.