Faith Makes You See
“JESUS said at the Last Supper: ‘I do not want to leave you as orphans, I will come to you. Soon, the world will no longer see Me, but you shall see Me, for I live and you shall live, too. At the very day you will recognise that I am in My FATHER und you are in Me and I am in you.’ Then He also said: ‘A short while and you will no longer see Me. After a short while you will see Me again. Though the world will not see Me, you will see Me.’ This could be interpreted in many ways, e.g. the Eucharistic Bread, the SAVIOUR in the Host. Only the believer sees it. The world, who does not believe, does not see the SAVIOUR in the Host. As He says: ‘I am with you all the days …’”
If the SAVOUR had stayed on the earth, e.g. in Rome, what would happen today? They would interview Him, the reporters would take pictures of Him and so on. At that moment, His Person, whom one can see directly, would be more important than the Last Supper, the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. But the faith is greater. That is why the HOLY SPIRIT, whom one does not see, works in the Church, because the unbelievers shall not see, recognise Him.”
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