My Jesus, Our Jesus, Jesus in the Eucharist teaches us to see Jesus in each other.
Archive for September 2010
Put the words of Jesus into practice.
You will find:
that they are true
that you must be elastic if your going to do it right.
Those who can be entrusted with the little things of the dishonest wealth of this world may be entrusted with the big things of the wealth of heaven - charity.
What is the soil that bears abundant fruit - the soul that is humble like Our Lady.
Jesus personally knowingly started a religion with a structure, with rituals, with hierarchy. That Church is the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church of God.
Love suffers. It desires to be consumed in offering itself for the sake of the beloved. Mary helps us to offer, suffer, pray, to love.
Why Jesus? Why do you continue to come down from heaven to suffer in the least of your brethren?
Why did God choose you to receive him in Holy Communion when there are many others probably able to approach him with better dispositions, love, and sincerity? Because you are here for them who cannot receive him. Receive him so as to make communions for billions of people who cannot.
You gotta train hard. You gotta train not only your body but your soul. Jesus is your Eucharistic coach to train, heal, and sanctify your soul. He says, "This is my Body, where's yours?"
What is Labor Day? How should we celebrate the gift of work and how do we allow God to sanctify it?
Get in your barrel and get ready to jump off into the infinite waterfall of God's Mercy.
Unless you accept the uniqueness of each person you cannot accept the gift of who they are. You have to get a new wineskin, or perception, for the wine of each person.
Jesus has won the victory over the world, the flesh, the devil, sin, and death.
God is here in the little things. The littleness of Jesus in the host trains us to see him in other little things.
Challenge: try actually living the words of Jesus at face value, I dare you.
St Augustine, St Paul, St Mary Magdalen - is there a sinner's club in heaven? Welcome everybody!
Sorrow for sin heals us of our attachment to it.