I started to read through the Pope’s Apostolic Letter that came out last week. After a quick overview of the whole thing and a slower read of the first chapter, I’m loving it.
My three-year-old son asked for a bright pair of Crocs at the grocery store, and we made a deal: be good, and they’re yours.
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Having consumed the Body and Blood of the Lord in Word and Sacrament, they could come together in praise and thanksgiving believing that Christ sacrificed his life so that we might have life, eternal life.
It is almost impossible to separate the sharing of bread and the gift of love. We become what we consume. Through this sharing, God offers his people abundant life … but we can miss it.
There are all sorts of circumstances that can take us from having it “spiritually together” to being in the breakdown lane and wondering, what happened?
There is no greater gift we could ever receive.