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One Bread One Body - Sing Along

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Kayla Martz : One of my favorite hymns! We truly are one body in Christ
RON M WEEKS : A beautiful hymn of thanks and sharing our lives with each other.
Abelardo N. Navarro : Saturday, April 28, 2012 Gospel Today: John 6:60-69, Jesus is rejected by some Entrance Antiphon In baptism we have died with Christ, and we have risen to new life in him, because we believed in the power of God who raised him from the dead, alleluia. (Colossians 2:12) Opening Prayer God our Father, by the waters of baptism you give new life to the faithful. May we not succumb to the influence of evil but remain true to your gift of life. We ask this in the name of your Son. Worship Song One Bread One Body – Sing Along, One Bread One Body - Sing Along Alleluia Alleluia, alleluia. Your words, Lord, are Spirit and life; you have the words of everlasting life. Alleluia, alleluia. (John 6:63c, 68c) Reflection Then many of his disciples who were listening said, “This saying is hard; who can accept it?” ~ Disciples in v.60 When Jesus declares, “The bread that I will give is my flesh for the life of the world,” the Jews “murmur” in unbelief. Their revulsion is complete when Jesus speaks about his blood as true drink. Literal drinking of blood was prohibited in Judaism and perhaps in early Christianity. (Genesis 9:4; Acts 15:29) The Jews cannot go beyond the physical, and so misunderstand Jesus’ promise. “Flesh” has to do with the incarnate life of Jesus. He, the divine Word, became flesh, a human being in its weakness and mortality. “Blood” has to do with his very real death. To be eaten and to be drunk means that the flesh is to be broken and the blood is to be spilled. Jesus now speaks of the separation of his flesh and blood in a violent death as the moment of total giving of himself. Jesus speaks of the inevitability of his death on the cross. As a result of Jesus’ declaration, many of his disciples no longer accompany him. Jesus could have “softened” his teaching if he wanted to remain popular. But he tells the “hard” truth and challenges those who remained to make their decision about him. To what extent do we accept the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist? Prayer Response Within me, Lord Jesus, you dwell in mystery. Forgiven and freed, I am being transformed, day by day into your likeness, revealing your presence in the world. Lord, by your grace, keep me on the path that leads to eternal life. Let me come to you each day with arms and heart open wide. Action Response Say to yourself at least five times today: “I’ve got Jesus in me!” Write the phrase on a piece of paper and put it in your pocket. Credits Fr. Gil Alinsangan, SSP; Treasures New & Old, excerpts Fr. Paul Boudreau, Between Sundays Silencing We cannot know God unless we have listened to him in the silence of our hearts. Rest in the loving arms of the Lord with an open mind and an open heart. “Our happiness is greatest when we contribute to the happiness of others.” ~ Harriet Shepard To read the gospel, meditation, and readings for the day please go to http://myblogabelnavarro-abel.blogspot.com/
catrina podberesky : What I do believe truly. ***************************************************************************************** 
BIO JOE : FATHER RICHARD HUSTED, OFM, SINGS THIS SO WELL.
BIO JOE : MARVELOUS SONG ...
Abelardo N. Navarro : Saturday, April 28, 2012 Gospel Today: John 6:60-69, Jesus is rejected by some Entrance Antiphon In baptism we have died with Christ, and we have risen to new life in him, because we believed in the power of God who raised him from the dead, alleluia. (Colossians 2:12) Opening Prayer God our Father, by the waters of baptism you give new life to the faithful. May we not succumb to the influence of evil but remain true to your gift of life. We ask this in the name of your Son. Worship Song One Bread One Body – Sing Along, One Bread One Body - Sing Along Alleluia Alleluia, alleluia. Your words, Lord, are Spirit and life; you have the words of everlasting life. Alleluia, alleluia. (John 6:63c, 68c) Reflection Then many of his disciples who were listening said, “This saying is hard; who can accept it?” ~ Disciples in v.60 When Jesus declares, “The bread that I will give is my flesh for the life of the world,” the Jews “murmur” in unbelief. Their revulsion is complete when Jesus speaks about his blood as true drink. Literal drinking of blood was prohibited in Judaism and perhaps in early Christianity. (Genesis 9:4; Acts 15:29) The Jews cannot go beyond the physical, and so misunderstand Jesus’ promise. “Flesh” has to do with the incarnate life of Jesus. He, the divine Word, became flesh, a human being in its weakness and mortality. “Blood” has to do with his very real death. To be eaten and to be drunk means that the flesh is to be broken and the blood is to be spilled. Jesus now speaks of the separation of his flesh and blood in a violent death as the moment of total giving of himself. Jesus speaks of the inevitability of his death on the cross. As a result of Jesus’ declaration, many of his disciples no longer accompany him. Jesus could have “softened” his teaching if he wanted to remain popular. But he tells the “hard” truth and challenges those who remained to make their decision about him. To what extent do we accept the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist? Prayer Response Within me, Lord Jesus, you dwell in mystery. Forgiven and freed, I am being transformed, day by day into your likeness, revealing your presence in the world. Lord, by your grace, keep me on the path that leads to eternal life. Let me come to you each day with arms and heart open wide. Action Response Say to yourself at least five times today: “I’ve got Jesus in me!” Write the phrase on a piece of paper and put it in your pocket. Credits Fr. Gil Alinsangan, SSP; Treasures New & Old, excerpts Fr. Paul Boudreau, Between Sundays Silencing We cannot know God unless we have listened to him in the silence of our hearts. Rest in the loving arms of the Lord with an open mind and an open heart. “Our happiness is greatest when we contribute to the happiness of others.” ~ Harriet Shepard To read the gospel, meditation, and readings for the day please go to http://myblogabelnavarro-abel.blogspot.com/
By Way Of Deception : @Pikzipp oh very nice, I am sure Jesus would have few issues with that. Especially that whole slavery part.