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"Drink ye all of it"

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Announcements Forums Sacrament – July 8th, 2018 "Drink ye all of it"

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    Colleen Mostika

    Matthew 26:27 “And he took the cup, and gave thanks, and gave it to them, saying, Drink ye all of it;”

    “Our cup is the cross. Our wine the inspiration of Love, the draught our Master drank and commended to his followers.” (“Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures” by Mary Baker Eddy p.35:27-29)

    commend – entrust someone or something to (

    Christ Jesus showed us the way. He took the cup, always giving thanks to God, our Father, first and then with the inspiration of divine Love, he overcame every belief of the flesh or the carnal mind. “Divine Love always has met and always will meet every human need.” (“Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures” by Mary Baker Eddy p.494:10-11)
    Christ Jesus showed us that all error can be met and must be met completely with Love. Love is the only force and it is mighty! There is none else and we are so grateful for Love. We can understand why he always gave thanks first when facing challenges for Love does the work and resolves what seems to be the most evil, brutal acts into nothingness. Thus, the morning light of pure Truth can be experienced in all its beauty, harmony and perfection. Christ Jesus entrusts his disciples to do as he did and not leave one error unhandled; knowing that the inspiration of Love will always be with all who walk in his footsteps. Love, being supreme, is the only power to create anything which is always good and all else is not power at all and will disappear into its nothingness. The greater the trial, the greater the victory until all error is destroyed. He teaches us not to be afraid and Love is always the victor!

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