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Jay Martin Somehow ended up on a bus to Covecrest at the age of 14 and hasn't looked back since. While testament is a great word, it could be replaced with covenant. What did the Jews have to do to show that they were in the covenant with God during the time while they were in Egypt?
Remember, during the plagues, that they were told to put blood upon their doorposts? What were they doing in their house? They had sacrificed a lamb, a pure lamb; then they ate the lamb. This was the action that showed that they were in the covenant. They were part of the people of God. They were in communion with each other. Holy Communion in itself brings us into communion, or community, with each other. We remember Jesus said numerous times that we are not supposed to be of this world e.
John ; John ; John ; etc. Also, many early Church writings speak of being different than what the world looks like; for instance, St. Benedict , 4. Do not also the Gentiles do the same? But love those who hate you, and you shall not have an enemy. From the beginning of the Church, there has been an understanding that being Christian means living in a way that is countercultural.
This can be overwhelming! Being a Christian is difficult; there is a lot of hard work and many persecutions just as Jesus warned us cf. John The second tool we can use is our fellow Christians. They ate their meals with exultation and sincerity of heart, praising God and enjoying favor with all the people. The entire culture is against us. How are we going to survive?
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However, I also think that this does not mean that we will not be persecuted and almost completely phased out. This is not a fear we should have, but that does not mean we do not do our part in participating in the Cross of Christ. In that regard, even those physically poor can commit and suffer from the sin of greed. Properly using our hands before and during the Mass expresses our faithfulness to Christ by not desiring in excess but, rather, in receiving what is offered as a gift from God.
What truly matters only comes from God, not the world. The world did not create itself but flowed from the love of God.
When we are open to Jesus and willing to participate in His life at Mass, we open ourselves to Him. By that openness, symbolized by the openness of our hands, His loving presence makes our being an extension of His incarnation. This is the way He desire to express His care for His brothers and sisters who are also ours.
We even extend this care to our enemies. Reflection nourishes and also safeguards our souls from becoming overly familiar with the liturgies of the Church, particularly, the Mass. Reflecting upon what the Church has received from Christ through His Apostles allows the hearts of the faithful to remain true to the beauty of Christ. The act of reflecting keeps the purpose of liturgy at the front of the mind; namely, that through the liturgies we worship and give praise to God, who is the foundation of our religious and spiritual lives.
Teresa Benedicta of the Cross St. Edith Stein. I so enjoyed the article on Reflection, it was very powerful and so appropriate for our Lenten season.
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