Ok, Jesus is saying to the Apostles that even though they will see Him ascend bodily into heaven, it is the Spirit that will give life to the "bread' they eat. And it will be His life. And unless they eat this "bread" they will not have His life.
And they'll never be hungry or thirsty again, right???
posted on 12/22/2006 5:23:28 PM PST
(Anybody tired??? I have a friend who says "Come unto me, and I'll give you rest"...)
Do you reject Christ,s Eucharistic miracles and attribute these miracles to the works of the devil?
Are you willing to be be like the Pharisees and commit unpardonable sin against the Holy Spirit in denying these miracles?
Here is a list of Eucharistic Miracles again.
posted on 12/22/2006 6:24:01 PM PST
("Above all gifts that Christ gives his beloved is that of overcoming self"St Francis Assisi)
So you say that the eucharist is just a symbol. And Jesus was speaking only symbolically when the 10,000 left Him after hearing the Bread of Life discourse? And everyone had it all wrong until around, what was it, 1500 Anno Domine? I am so glad that you are here to clear all this up after 2000 years.
But what makes your interpretatyion of scripture better than he 28,000 other protestant ones?
Yes, the Bread that Jesus gives us will enable us to live in Heaven where we will never be hungry or thirsty again. What passage were you quoting here?
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