We receive the Bread of Life. All can receive it. Through it, there is hope for life. It is freely given for all and to all.
Jesus comes to nourish us with a food that gives us strength for the journey. His flesh is true food and his blood, true drink. We are invited to journey with Him and into Him becoming the Body of Christ.
When you are in Christ, there are no limits in the ways God will use you. Call upon the name of the Lord and believe that He can transform your life and the lives of others while working in and through you.
In our weakness and in scarcity, we can have hope in Jesus, the Bread of Life. He is enough. We are not chasing after fullness. We are chasing after Christ.
Today we are reminded that in all of the things we have been called to do we are participating in the revelation of the Kingdom of God and in the very Word of God alive among us.
Today we contemplate our calling as disciples. We are called to love others and to show them compassion.
Today we are asked to answer Jesus’s question, “who do you say that I am?” He is the hope of the world, the Son of God, the King of Kings, and Lord of Lords.
Today, we are reminded that our identity is in Christ. We welcome Jesus into our midst and invite the Kingdom of God to lay its claim upon us so that we may be prepared to be sent out into the world.
This week we ponder the great compassion Jesus has on those in need of physical healing.
This week we are invited to get into the boat with Jesus. We can venture into the deep with him and trust that he will bring calm in the midst of the wind and storms in our lives.