Originally posted by Veritas1
reply to post by colbe
I believe I understand it now, a little bit better. Thank you for helping to open my eyes to this. I will continue in prayer and try to grow closer to
the Father and continue to seek insight and wisdom. Again thank you, and may God bless you, and peace be to you!
I am going to go study some more on this.
edit on 11-10-2011 by Veritas1 because: (no reason given) It took me a long time to finally
understand the whole thing about the Eucharist ( I am not catholic, but we do partake in the Lord's Supper). This reminds me that I need to go and
take part of this, as I haven't been to church in quite a while. Again, thank you for helping me to understand this.
edit on 11-10-2011 by
Veritas1 because: (no reason given)
I see why you question not being Catholic. Just remember, belief in the Holy Eucharist is TRUE faith. You don't
see a change in the host or if you receive the wine. Trust God, believe He can do anything. I repeat I know but
it is so important. When Jesus said in John 6:54 unless you receive, consume His body, you have no life in you. Jesus means, you have no "spiritual
life" in you. If you came to believe the Holy Eucharist is true, all the questions you might have about the Church will be answered. You will get
The Great Warning is soon. After the Great Warning, there will be no divide in Christianity, Protestants,
Eastern Orthodox, the RCC. We will all believe the same. Get a head start, you can attend Holy Mass but
until you become Roman Catholic you cannot go up to receive. Be patient, in the mean time, say a prayer,
it's called making a Spiritual Communion. Ask Our Lord in prayer to come to you in a spiritual Communion,
He knows, you're not Roman Catholic yet. As God is my witness, He will send you a special grace. Do this
every day, more than once a day if you like, until the time of the Great Warning.
You'll understand better then.
And one other, go to a Catholic Church, if it is locked, tell those in the Parish Office or Rectory you wish to pray in front of the Tabernacle.
Whoever may unlock the Church or direct you to a Eucharistic Adoration Chapel in the Parish. Jesus is held there in the Monstrance, the sacred
consecated host to see. Getting to my point, sitting, kneeling in front of Christ in the Tabernacle or the Monstrance, you will receive God's
Have I totally confused you? I am sorry, there's so much to share, to benefit.