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.
This week we consider what it means to be children of God as Christians and think about how our earthly parents affect our lives.
This week we look at Jesus’ prayer for his disciples (and us) to the Father.
This week we talk about the commandment to love one another and how that is really hard, but possible through Christ.
This week we imagine what it means to abide in Christ through the image Jesus gives us of a vine and branches.