Saturday, 26 November 2016

John 6


Then Jesus declared, “I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never go hungry, and whoever believes in me will never be thirsty."



8 comments:

  1. We are called to accept that which seems unexplainable over and over in our lives--through faith. Enjoying your verbal posts.
    Praying, Victor.
    Blessings!

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    1. Thank you so much Lulu for your kind comments and prayers.

      God bless you always. Have a great Sunday.

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  2. Another great one, my friend! So encouraged by my visit here tonight. God bless you. :)

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    1. Thank you Cheryl. I'm so glad this post has helped a little. May God bless you always. Have a great day.

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  3. Hi Victor! To me, this is one of the most challenging passages in all of Scripture. You were brave to attack it, but I can see why you did. It's so key to faith, and your thoughts are really helpful too.
    Your faith is always an inspiration, and helpful to understanding too!
    Ceil

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    1. How very kind of you Ceil to comment so nicely about my post. Every now and then I like to tackle a subject which is a mystery and controversial in our Faith.

      John 6 is very controversial, even amongst Catholics.

      Speaking of which, I have just handed my latest Christian book script to be published; hopefully before Christmas.

      God bless you, Ceil. Thank you for your support and encouragement.

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  4. Hello Victor! Enjoyed your thoughts, and agreed with your conclusion... many things can be argued about until "ad infinitum" as you said, but the very most important thing remains, we must believe. Yes. That is the best way to live. I often say we must have eyes of faith to believe. The disciples who walked with Jesus every day and heard him speak of His death, still did not understand it when it happened, until later. And so it is with us. Many things we may hear but not understand, now... but later, we will. For now, our faith is sufficient until the time when our understanding will be made complete. God bless you today!

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    1. Thank you SpicingUpIdaho for your kind words. As you say, we need to believe without understanding; not analyse everything ad infinitum.

      I am tackling similar subjects to this in my latest book, now with the publishers.

      God bless you and your family.

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