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Behold The Humble Way Of God

Saint Francis- Behold the humble way of God

“For One in such a lofty position to stoop so low is a marvel that is staggering. What sublime humility and humble sublimeness, that the Lord of the Universe, the Divine Son of God, should stoop as to hide Himself under the appearance of bread for our salvation! Behold the humble way of God, my brothers.” (Jesus Our Eucharistic Love By Stefano M. Manelli p.X).

Paul, in Philippians 2:7 writes that Jesus emptied himself, by taking the form of a servant, being born in the likeness of men. Jesus, being fully God, shows the great extent of God’s love for us in becoming something that we can perceive and understand. In becoming one of us, becoming human, he did so that we could more easily relate and hear the voice of God.

When we come to the Communion Table (or make an intention of the heart to make a spiritual communion) we are reminded of the Love of God, that, not only did Jesus become one of us, but then Jesus takes bread and says “Do this.” “I am the bread of life.”

Do we understand? No, not fully, it is a mystery.

But I am reassure that nothing can separate us from the love of God (Romans ch.8) not covid19, not tornadoes, not circumstances, not even death itself can separate us from the love of God. Jesus is ever with us and we never face the world alone.

Lift up your hearts!