Very few of us look like a stiff wind could blow us away. Nearly all of us look like it has been a long while since we missed a meal. We are laboring for food that perishes, but are we laboring for the food that endures unto everlasting life (John 6:27)?
Some are feasting. They eat the strong meat of the Word of God and are mature in their walks with Christ, spiritual, and skillful in the Word of righteousness (Heb 5:14, 2 Tim 2:15, 2 Tim 3:16-17).
Some are fasting. They are still babes in Christ, carnal rather than spiritual, dull of hearing the Word of God, and unskillful in the Word of righteousness (Heb 5:11-13, 1 Cor 3:1-2).
Some are famished, living in a self-imposed famine of the Word of God (Amos 8:11). They are without strength, dead in their sins, because they reject and despise God and His Word. They do not believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the Living God.
Are you feasting, fasting, or famished? Look in the mirror of the Word of God, not in the mirror in your bathroom.