Could The Son Of God Really Become Present In The Eucharist?

If you believe that God exists; If you believe that He created the universe out of nothing; If you believe that He appeared as a burning bush (Exodus 3:2); If you believe that He appeared as a hand (Daniel 5:5); If you believe that He appeared as a finger (Deut 9:10); If you believe that He became man; If you believe that He appeared as a dove (Mt 3:16, Mark 1:10, Lk 3:22, Jn 1:32); If you believe that He cured the sick; If you believe that He raised the dead; If you believe that He turned water into wine; If you believe that He was crucified, died, buried and He rose again from the dead; If you believe that He appeared as wind and tongues of fire (Acts 2:2-3)… 

Then why is it so hard to believe that he makes Himself present under the appearance of Bread and Wine in the Holy Eucharist?

If I did not believe that Jesus is present, Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity, in the Eucharist, I would have to reevaluate my beliefs about the powers and abilities of God. And THAT would have to mean that God is not the all knowing and all powerful God that I that I thought I knew all my life.

Just something to think about…

BK

 

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