DAVID EUCHARIST: The Sacrifice of Mass is the true and only Sacrifice of the Cross, the first Mass was held at Calvary

The Sacrifice of Mass is the true and only Sacrifice of the Cross, the first Mass was held at Calvary


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Mass is not a new Sacrifice, but it is THE ONLY SACRIFICE! and there is no other, nor has been, nor ever shall be. The Sacrifice of the Mass and the Sacrifice of the Cross are not distinct, separate, but they are ONE AND THE SAME, without separation in space or time between the two, because the Crucifixion is an event outside of natural space or time, it is a Divine event, located in the Plane of God, not of man. It is God Crucified, and in God there is neither time nor distance, He is identical in all times and in all places. In fact, the Crucifixion, was the first Mass of the World, and the Essence and Definition of all the Masses of all ages. All other Masses are just reflections of This, as images that aree repeated in mirrors through time tunnel.

We can visualize the Sacrifice of the Cross as a Waterfall (of Grace and Mercy) that flows without ceasing, as a large River of Clear Waters, whose waters flow day and night, year after year, century after century, never finished. That Water is flowing from the Pierced Heart and from the Sacred Wounds of Jesus crucified.
"Then the angel showed me the river of life-giving water, sparkling like crystal, flowing from the throne of God and of the Lamb" (Rv 22:1).
That river started flowing the day that Jesus was crucified and continue to flow while there is a soul to redeem and save, as without His intercession NOBODY, absolutely no one, could be forgiven of his sins and could reach Heaven. And Jesus, who knows it, will remain on the Cross until His last "sheep", His last soul, is rescued and placed safely in the Sheepfold of Salvation that is Heaven. That means that while there is a single soul on earth whose salvation is still not assured, or well still remains a single soul in Purgatory which is not yet fully purified, Jesus Christ will have to stay on the Cross interceding for him.

Jesus Christ made one Unique Sacrifice forever, completely perfect and satisfying, enough to pay for the sins of the world, of all the souls of all ages, from Adam and Eve to the last man and the last woman on earth. Jesus does not have to "return" to be crucified (as if He had ever ceased to be) simply because he has NEVER stopped being crucified, because in the time and plane of God He is still on the Cross. Over time, it is a continuous, constant, uninterrupted Crucifixion. For though His Crucifixion, from the human plane, was performed at the time of a few hours; as Jesus Christ is a Man but He also is God, the Crucifixion also took place ??in God's time; ie, in the no-time, or at all times. For being God the Eternity or the "No-time", the Crucifixion of God through Jesus Christ was a fact whose effects are spread throughout Eternity.
Jn 19:30: "When Jesus had taken the wine, he said, 'It is finished'. And bowing his head, he handed over the spirit". 
Heb 10:11.14: «But this one offered one sacrifice for sins, and took his seat forever at the right hand of God. For by one offering he has made perfect forever those who are being consecrated».
The Holy Mass is the Perpetual Sacrifice ordained by God the Father in the Old Testament (Nm 28:3-8), but refined and brought to completion by Jesus Christ in the New Testament, through the Cross, but that perpetuates itself and that extends through the ages, as God the Father asked in the first, through what the Church calls an "actualization", that is to say an application in the current space and time of an event located beyond human space and time. When a Mass is celebrated, the whole community, led by the priest, is supernaturally transported to that Waterfall of Grace that never ceases to flow from two thousand years ago, and collects that Water and Blood and applies It for the sake of both living and deceased souls, present and absent, from earth and from Heaven, of today and yesterday and tomorrow, for all souls of all times and from all places of this universe. All of them obtain benefit from this Sacrifice through the mediation of the Church. The more Masses that are held in the world, better used will be that River of Grace for the benefit of all Humanity. The following prophetic vision shows that the Sacrifice of Jesus Christ persists over time, in terms of God, until the end of times:

Rv 5:6: "Then I saw standing in the midst of the throne and the four living creatures and the elders, a Lamb that seemed to have been slain. He had seven horns and seven eyes; these are the (seven) spirits of God sent out into the whole world."

During Mass, the celebrant priest takes the place of St. John Evangelist (who as a Priest of Jesus Christ stood at the foot of the Cross, and participated directly in the Offering of His human and divine Life to God the Father). The priest collects the Grace that is spilled from the Pierced Heart Jesus on the Cross, by applying the Blood and Water which spurts from His Divine Heart, the Blood of the Eucharist that gives Life to souls, and the Water of Grace and Mercy that forgives and washes sins.

Like that day, between the celebrant priest and Jesus Christ, is always the Blessed Virgin Mary, as the Supreme Offerer, Mother and Master of all priests, and obligatory Model for they all, who must always imitate Her in her Sacrificial relationship with Jesus Christ, interceding for all Her children, for the entire assembly of disciples (the community of believers), of which the priest is his representative. In fact, that scene, the Cross with Mary and St. John at the feet of Jesus crucified, and the whole community of disciples around was in fact THE FIRST MASS OF THE WORLD, and the Pure Essence of every Mass, the Pillar on that every Mass is founded, and the Model or Prototype for all Masses of all time, which are just reflections over time of this First.

That was also the birth of the Catholic Church, there at that time, on Calvary, where it was entrusted to the Virgin Mary by her Son, and St. John Evangelist being the prototype of Apostle and Priest, eucharistically attached to Jesus Christ and united to Him in the sacrifice of the Cross. Being therefore, the Catholic Church, the legitimate heir and dispenser of the grace of the Cross to the whole world.
Jn 19:25-27.34-35: "Standing by the cross of Jesus were his mother and his mother's sister, Mary the wife of Clopas, and Mary of Magdala. When Jesus saw his mother and the disciple there whom he loved, he said to his mother, "Woman, behold, your son." Then he said to the disciple, "Behold, your mother." And from that hour the disciple took her into his home. But one soldier thrust his lance into his side, and immediately blood and water flowed out. An eyewitness has testified, and his testimony is true; he knows that he is speaking the truth, so that you also may (come to) believe."
So that the sacrifice of Jesus Christ is one, unique, perfect, and of once forever, but it is located and extends outside of time, it perpetuates itself and is continuous for ever and ever, until the end of the world, when every soul whose name is written in the Book of Life of the Lamb (Rev 21:27), has already been fully saved and redeemed. Till then, Jesus (in the supernatural and divine plane and time) remains crucified on the Cross, offering Himself and interceding for sinners, without ever having taken down from the Cross in regards with His Victim Status (because, being God, He is in both states simultaneously: as Victim, crucified; and as King, risen and glorified).

And the Mass is not — speaking strictly —, a new Sacrifice, as if after having resurrected, Jesus had to go back to the Cross by the duration of the Mass, and then return back to his previous "occupations". It is not a Crucifixion by leaps, at intervals, as if Jesus were a kind of doctor on call, who attend the patients when called, but who returns to its standby state after the emergency is resolved, no; because Jesus never ceases to intercede, supporting others against the temptations that beset them every minute, supporting the Church, interceding for the souls in Purgatory, converting and saving many souls at the time when death approaches, etc... They are so many the "emergencies" of any type that Jesus has to attend at every moment, that He has NEVER stopped, but once He went to the Cross and assumed His role as Redeemer, He has not abandoned his work ever.

The Mass does a new application or actualization, at a particular time and place, of that perpetual Sacrifice, returning (in a divine and supernatural dimension) to the Calvary, where Jesus Christ still remains as a Expiatory Victim for the sins of the world. It is a Real and True Sacrifice, but exactly the same that took place at Calvary, not another, not a new one, but exactly that one, the Only One, that applies and extends beyond the human time, that travels and moves itself through time and cosmos, and that reaches and applies to all times and to all places. Just as the Word of God, that after having been pronounced once, remains as vibrant and effective year after year as the first time, and to the ages of ages; equally necessary and equally operative; because His Word is Eternal. Then, in the same way, the Sacrifice of the Cross, His Sacrifice, is perpetual and for ever operative and effective, likewise His Word is.

So every time we continue to sin, we increase the number of sins that Jesus has to redeem, the account that he has to pay for us, and we are increasing His Cross, and prolonging His sacrifice and delaying His coming. And, indeed, our sins crucify Him "again", because for Him it means having to stay on the Cross even longer, suffering more severely to pay for them and so save us. The more we sin, the more is prolonged His Crucifixion and are increased His sufferings, being so delayed the reign and glorious return of Jesus Christ (it does no stop, but is delayed).

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