The Eucharist

balshan

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Well first of all the priest would sit down. Jesus would then take over and he would be calling the shots from that point on. If He wanted to start preaching it would be up to Him. If He wanted to read the OT or the NT, once again His call. If He wanted to just have a regular Mass (with or without communion) once again it would be His call. He's the boss, the Master, He would call the shots
Well you made it clear what we all know. Your institution does not have Jesus as its leader and He is not the boss now.
 

mica

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Well first of all the priest would sit down. Jesus would then take over and he would be calling the shots from that point on. If He wanted to start preaching it would be up to Him. If He wanted to read the OT or the NT, once again His call. If He wanted to just have a regular Mass (with or without communion) once again it would be His call. He's the boss, the Master, He would call the shots
it would be His call. He's the boss, the Master, He would call the shots
remember the scene at the temple with the money changers? i 'spect like that or worse.

why would He be boss/master then if He isn't now?

would He bow to your pope and kiss his ring?
 

Beloved Daughter

Super Member
sounds like catholicism.

they don't need Christ, instead they cling to 'Peter' / the rcc/pope and all of its false teachings.
Absolutely mica. The chair of Peter is now a person who supports LGBT causes, and idolater in the Pachamamma. Promotes LGBT priests. He is also a Marxist and climate guru in the extreme. Shameful. He does not represent church of Jesus Christ in any way.
 

balshan

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Absolutely mica. The chair of Peter is now a person who supports LGBT causes, and idolater in the Pachamamma. Promotes LGBT priests. He is also a Marxist and climate guru in the extreme. Shameful. He does not represent church of Jesus Christ in any way.
I agree Mica said that they cling to Peter etc but it is a false Peter. This chair of Peter never existed, the real Peter would never syncretize Jesus with paganism, he would have empathy for the children etc. They cling to what is false, the false Peter, prayers to the dead, the false church and the pope (who is the false Christ), nothing they cling to is the truth. That is extremely sad.
 

1Thess521

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Well first of all the priest would sit down. Jesus would then take over and he would be calling the shots from that point on. If He wanted to start preaching it would be up to Him. If He wanted to read the OT or the NT, once again His call. If He wanted to just have a regular Mass (with or without communion) once again it would be His call. He's the boss, the Master, He would call the shots
follow along: a wife places a candle in the window every night waiting for war-bound husband to return: When he returns: she no longer places the candle in the window: Why? because there is no need to have a remembrance if the husband has returned.

1 Corinthians 11

do this, as often as you drink it, in remembrance of Me.” For as often as you eat this bread and drink this cup, you proclaim the Lord’s death until He comes.

The eating of the bread and the drinking of the cup STOPS when Christ returns
BECAUSE the reason is no longer needed: a REMEMBERNACE
 

RayneBeau

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We can't really explain rationally the thief on the cross who was the first to enter paradise because he believed in Christ for who He said He was. The plea of the repentant thief crucified at the same time/ place as Jesus, is asking Jesus to remember him when He comes into His kingly power at the parousia, but Jesus response to the thief promised immediate bliss with Jesus.
 
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pilgrim

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We can't really explain rationally the thief on the cross who was the first to enter paradise because he believed in Christ for who He said He was. The plea of the repentant thief crucified at the same time/ place as Jesus, is asking Jesus to remember him when He comes into His kingly power at the parousia, but Jesus response to the thief promised immediate bliss with Jesus.
The thief was not the first to enter paradise. Adam, Eve and all the patriarchs and prophets of old were there long before him.
 
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