The Catholic Defender: Eucharistic Adoration, Here Is A Great Meditation

June 3, 2018

I was preparing to send out my article on celibacy and wanted to find something that honors the priesthood and the Catholic position on You-tube.

 

I stumbled on a flash mop scene (which I tend to love these Christian flash mop videos) and I found this video that really touched my heart.

 

Here are some thoughts coming from the site:

 

"O come, let us adore Him, Christ the Lord. This is the refrain to a Christmas hymn with which most of us are familiar. The words expressed in this hymn should be taken to heart every day of our lives, not only during the Christmas Season.

 

Christ Jesus, our Eucharistic Lord, is really and truly present in every Catholic Tabernacle of the world, and from the Eucharistic Altar comes to us as Real Food and Real Drink, just as He promised in John 6. He wishes to inhabit us, feed us, free us, transform us, and give us a real share in His divine life!

 

Quoting the 5th century theologian St. Augustine to explain the effect the Eucharist has on a person, he added: “I am the food of the strong; grow and you shall feed on me. But you will not convert me into yourself like bodily food, but you shall be changed into me.”

 

This Eucharistic Jesus is the same God who reveals Himself to us in every book of the Bible! We ought to do just as the Franciscan Friar says repeatedly in the video below: Come and kneel before Him now! We can and must adore Jesus Christ, our Eucharistic Lord. We can and must kneel before Him often and surrender our lives to the God who was, and is, and is to come."

 

I really love the way this is put together:

 

“Jesus Christ is in every book of the Bible.

 

In Genesis, Jesus is the Seed of the Woman.


In Exodus, He is the Passover Lamb.


In Leviticus, He is the Priest, the Altar, and the Lamb of Sacrifice.


In Numbers, He is a Pillar of Cloud by day and the Pillar of Fire by Night.


In Deuteronomy, Jesus is the Prophet, like Moses.

 

Come and kneel before Him now.

 

In Joshua, Jesus is the Captain of Our Salvation.


In Judges, He is our Judge and Lawgiver.


In Ruth, He is our kinsman Redeemer.


In 1 and 2 Samuel, He is our Trusted Prophet.


In Kings and Chronicles, He is our Reigning King.


In Ezra, He is the rebuilder of the broken down walls of human life.

 

Come and kneel before Him now.

 

In Nehemiah, Jesus is our Restorer.


In Tobit, He is the Messenger of New Life.


In Judith, He is Weakness Turned into Victory.


In Esther, He is our Advocate.


In 1 and 2 Maccabees, He is the Leader who dies for God’s law.

 

Come and kneel before Him now.

 

In Job, Jesus is our Everliving Redeemer.


In Psalms, He is our Shepherd.


In Proverbs, He is our Wisdom.


In Ecclesiastes, He is our Hope of Resurrection.


In the Song of Songs, He is our Loving Bridegroom.


In Wisdom, He is the emanation of God’s thought.


In Ecclesiasticus (Sirach), Jesus is our security.

 

Come and kneel before Him now.

 

In Isaiah, Jesus is the Suffering Servant.


In Jeremiah, He is the Righteous Branch.


In Lamentations, He is our Weeping Prophet.


In Baruch, He is the Mercy from the Eternal One.


In Ezekiel, He is the One with the Right to Rule.


In Daniel, Jesus is the Fourth Man in the fiery furnace.

 

Come and kneel before Him now.

 

In Hosea, Jesus is the Faithful Husband forever married to the sinner.


In Joel, He is the One who Baptizes with the Holy Spirit of Fire.


In Amos, He is the Restorer of Justice.


In Obadiah, He is Mighty to Save.


In Jonah, He is our great foreign missionary.


In Micah, He is the feet of one who brings Good News.

 

Come and kneel before Him now.

 

In Nahum, Jesus is our stronghold in the day of trouble.


In Habakkuk, He is God my Savior.


In Zephaniah, He is the King of Israel.


In Haggai, He is the signet ring.


In Zechariah, He is our Humble King riding on a colt.


In Malachi, Jesus is the Son of Righteousness.

 

Come and kneel before Him now.

 

In Matthew, Jesus is God with us.


In Mark, He is the Son of God.


In Luke, He is the Son of Mary, feeling what you feel.


In John, He is the Bread of Life.


In Acts, Jesus is the Savior of the World.

 

Come and kneel before Him now.

 

In Romans, Jesus is the Righteousness of God.


In 1 Corinthians, He is the Resurrection.


In 2 Corinthians, He is the God of all comfort.


In Galatians, He is your liberty. He sets you free.


In Ephesians, Jesus is the Head of the Church.

 

Come and kneel before Him now.

 

In Philippians, Jesus is your Joy.


In Colossians, He is your Completeness.


In 1 and 2 Thessalonians, He is your Hope.


In 1 Timothy, He is your Faith.


In 2 Timothy, Jesus is your Stability.

 

Come and kneel before Him now.

 

In Titus, Jesus is Truth.


In Philemon, He is your Benefactor.


In Hebrews, He is your Perfection.

In James, He is the Power behind your Faith.


In 1 Peter, He is your Example.


In 2 Peter, Jesus is your Purity.

 

Come and kneel before Him now.

 

In 1 John, Jesus is your Life.


In 2 John, He is your Pattern.


In 3 John, He is your Motivation.


In Jude, He is the Foundation of your Faith.

 

In Revelation, Jesus is your Coming King. He is:


The First and the Last.


The Beginning and the End.

 

He is the Keeper of Creation and the Creator of All.


He is the Architect of the Universe and the Manager of All Time.


He Always Was, He Always Is, and He Always Will Be Unmoved, Unchanged, Undefeated, and Never Undone.

 

He was bruised and brought healing.


He was pierced and eased pain.


He was persecuted and brought freedom.


He was dead and brought life.

 

He is risen and brings power.


He reigns and brings peace.

 

The world can’t understand Him.


The armies can’t defeat Him.


Schools can’t explain Him and the leaders can’t ignore Him.


Herod couldn’t kill Him.


The Pharisees couldn’t confuse Him.


The people couldn’t hold him. [This is where the clapping begins]

 

Nero couldn’t crush Him.


Hitler couldn’t silence Him.


The New Age can’t replace Him.


And Oprah can’t explain Him away.

 

He is Life, Love, Longevity, and Lord. 


He is Goodness, Kindness, Gentleness and God.


He is Holy, Righteous, Mighty, Powerful, and Pure.


His Ways our Right, His Words Eternal, His Rules Unchanging, and His Mind is on me.

 

He is My Redeemer, He is My Savior, He is My God, He is My Priest, He is My Joy, He is My Comfort, He is My Lord, and He rules my life.”

 

This is a great Meditation especially when spending time before Our Eucharistic Lord!

 

 

 

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