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The question is not whether Christ is Lord, according to Michael Voris, but whether the Eucharist is God Himself. In today's episode of The One True Faith Revisited: Eucharistic Miracles, Voris emphasized this point:
The Jews of Jesus' time had to decide what lay beneath that flesh and blood; was that really almighty God? They had to determine that. They had to look at that and say, "Is that really almighty God robed in flesh, under that flesh and blood?" Today we are called to look at what looks like bread and wine and make the determination for ourselves; is that almighty God under the appearance of that bread and wine?
Christ bolstered the faith of first generation believers, says Voris, by calming storms, walking on water, raising the dead, feeding thousands with a few loaves, curing the sick, declaring He is God and raising Himself up from the dead. Believing that He is Lord, therefore, isn't that hard. "What is hard to believe," Voris notes, "is that that same God is still physically with us right now. This is the test of faith for us."
Watch the panel discuss how God continues to reveal Himself as the Blessed Sacrament in Friday's Download—The One True Faith Revisited: Eucharistic Miracles. This week's topics on The Download include St. Louis de Montfort and Hell, among others.
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