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Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Mass of the Lord's Supper: Reflection by Cynthia Abegail

"When the hour has come, he took his place at table with the apostles.  He said to them, I have eagerly desired to eat this Passover with you before I suffer for, I tell you, I shall not eat it until there is fulfilment in the kingdom of God.  Then he took a cup, gave thanks and said, "Take this and share it among yourselves, for I tell you that from this time on, I shall not eat it until the Kingdom of God comes.  Then he took the bread, said the blessing, broke it, and gave to them saying, "This is my body which will be given for you, do this in memory of me."  And likewise the cup after they had eaten, saying, "This cup is the new covenant in my blood, which will be shed for you."



The Last Supper is the foundation of the Mass celebrated throughout the world.  Jesus gave his body and blood for the salvation of mankind.  This ultimate and purest sacrifice broke the curtain of separation of man from Almighty God.



Thus, there is no other way of salvation, only through Jesus.  And it is the will of God, the plan of God so no one will be lost.  God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, Jesus that through Him, we may have eternal life!




There is no other Way, only believing in Jesus and accepting Him as one's Saviour will benefit one and can claim his salvation.  Seek the Lord Jesus to  be saved.


Unless we eat the bread of life, the body of Jesus in the Eucharist, there will be no spiritual life in us.  Unless we drink the blood of the Eucharist, there will be no life in us.  For a communion with the Lord is necessary for one's salvation.
All are welcome!  God's mercy is abundant!  The Kingdom of God is open for everyone as long as one accept Jesus Christ as His Saviour.  When we dedicate ourselves to God, He will do the rest.  He will give us the grace of repentance and faith.


The mercy of God is deeper than the ocean, it could envelope us if we surrender to God all that we are.  Come, for God waits for you a long, long time.  Just repent of your sins, turn your back from your old ways...For nothing is impossible for God.  Just believe and worship Him will all of your hearts, minds and souls.  Come, Jesus come!  Maranatha, come Lord Jesus into our hearts.


Let us pray today that God in His everlasting goodness and Majesty touch the hearts of our brethren who are lost.  That they maybe given the grace to repent of our sins.  That we may be light to the world.  That we may realise the value of clinging to the Lord!  Lord, hear our prayer.  Through the powerful intercession of Mother Mary, St Joseph, St Michael the Archangel and all of the Angels and saints.  In the Most Holy Name of Jesus.  Amen.



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