DAVID EUCHARIST: Quick and easy demonstration that we dwell with Jesus Christ in the Eucharist, supernaturally and as preparation for our future life with Him in Heaven

Quick and easy demonstration that we dwell with Jesus Christ in the Eucharist, supernaturally and as preparation for our future life with Him in Heaven


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Here you have a quick demonstration that leaves no doubt of our anticipated and participative presence with Jesus Christ in the Eucharist (only the baptized and confessed souls):
♦ 1st. Jesus Christ promised four times in the Gospels that we would be and dwell with Him wherever He was: Jn 6:56; 12:26; 14:3; 17:24.

♦ 2nd. The Official Catechism of the Church teaches that in the Eucharist we live anticipatedly the promises of Heaven (CCC 1326, 1331, 1340, 1402, 1419, 2837).

♦ CONCLUSION. In the Eucharist we live by anticipation our promised coexistence with Jesus Christ in Heaven.

The official Catechism of the Church, in its article 2796 also states: “When the Church prays 'our Father who art in heaven,' she is professing that we are the People of God, 'already seated with him in the heavenly places in Christ Jesus' (Ef 2:6), and "hidden with Christ in God" (Col 3:3); yet at the same time, "here indeed we groan, and long to put on our heavenly dwelling." (2 Co 5:2). […].”. Therefore, the Church, following the speech of St. Paul, acknowledges that although obviously we're still in this world, we are simultaneously participating of our room or dwelling in Heaven, of which we have become citizens: that is, we are citizens of the Eucharist, because the Eucharist is the anticipated Heaven (Heaven and Eucharist are only two sides of the same reality: God). St. Paul insists on the same thing in other verses: "For our citizenship is in Heaven, from which also we eagerly wait for a Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ." (Phil 3:20), "For here we do not have a lasting city, but we are seeking the City which is to come."(Heb 13:14). Such is St. Paul's conviction that, as we read, goes on to state that even now "we are seated with Him in Heaven" (in this supernatural room). It means that, supernaturally, we are already partaking of our home in Heaven or, equivalently, in the Eucharist. Therefore, in the Eucharist, we have got reserved and receive a heavenly abode (also announced by Jesus Christ in John 14:2-3), which we receive and enter each time we receive Holy Communion: "He who eats my Flesh and drinks my Blood, dwells in Me and I in him" (Jn 6:56). So we are not only citizens and habitants of Heaven but also WE ARE CITIZENS AND INHABITANTS OF THE EUCHARIST, our Runway to Heaven.

I would like to note that, the promise of coexistence with Jesus Christ expressed in Jn 6:56 ("He who eats my Flesh and drinks my Blood abides in me and I in him"), is made in the present tense, not future. So it's something that happens by the mere participation in the Eucharist: we enter to live in Him (the Eucharist) as an immediate effect of receiving the Eucharist (with the right dispositions taught by the Church: being baptized and having confessed mortal sins, without attachment to sin, etc.).

Given the above, to deny our anticipated and supernatural presence with Jesus Christ in the Eucharist, by the effect of grace, it is impossible. And, since there will always be someone who does - because of simple ignorance, lack of faith, pride, stubbornness and even wickedness-, it is evident that they will be contradicting the universal teachings of the Church and committing heresy in varying degrees. Because, although this has not been declared explicitly and directly by the Church as a truth of faith; however it is an easy and immediately deductible truth based on the truths of faith already contained in the Gospel and the Magisterium; and, therefore, these are implicit truths of faith that must be received with respect, pending its final official statement, that one day will be. One of the first consequences of this recognition will be that, Eucharistic communion, will lead us to achive a full union with God and, from Him, with all souls in Communion of Grace with Him, so becoming consummated and lived in all its possible amplitude, the dogma of Communion of Saints. It will also be accomplished, in a perfect and unsurpassable way, everything requested by Jesus in John 17:21-24 - the union and coexistence of all souls with Him -, and also the two commandments of love of God and neighbor (Mt 22:37-39), and with respect to the nature of the Love that we should share, Eucharistic like His own: "Love one another as I have loved you" (Jn 13:34).

Jesus wants it that way - our anticipated and supernatural presence with Him in the Eucharist - because it is the way by which He is moulding us into his Image and Likeness, being the Eucharist the Mould of our perfect moulding. When we receive the Eucharist, we receive the perfect Body and Blood, Soul, Humanity and Divinity, pursuant to which our own body and blood, soul and humanity must be transfigured and moulded, gradually but uninterruptedly, until complete, so that they can be fully integrated into his Divinity and so we may become a unity with Him (CCC # 541: "The Father's Will is 'to raise up men to share his own Divine Life'. He does this by gathering men around his Son, Jesus Christ"). In this sense, the Eucharist is also anticipation of final Resurrection, culmination of our life of faith, in which this objective will be fully achieved, and we will become for Him like what wheat bread and grape wine "are" ( in fact, they are no longer) for Him in every consecrated Species: we will not longer be, but He will be in us, He in us and we in Him, we will belong to Him and will be integrated into Him fully without measure.

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