Although Christ broke bread with His disciples, and spoke the words "This is my body, and this is my Blood". And as He broke bread, and drank wine, an uttered the words, do this in rememberance of Me..His focus was one of Communion. Not Community, as some would suggest. But as a Communion of Souls, who had been lifted by His spirit of Love, and in whose hearts, had recognized and felt, the beauty of His Light.
He told them to look within. To love one another as He loved them. To not allow those who would defile the Temple of God, by selling and making Gods Will, a matter of business. Nor to make the Government of Ceasar, be entwined with the Love, of which He was speaking.
He spoke in terms unfamiliar to the people of the time. He spoke of a reasoned love, and an honorable spirit. For all His teachings can be understood with the use of these terms. The reasoned mind, is the personhood of God. It was a voice of reason, that rang clear to the open hearts of men. He could say what was in His Heart, because it was the purest expression of a man, who was without sin..A man without guile, or an agenda for the benefit of the earth. Instead, all he taught was for the purpose of man, entering into His Heaven.
This was a man whose word was the truth of our Soul. It was heard and believed, because of the Nature of His Being. His Nature was not that of the common man, it was the Nature of His Father GOD. He did not come to give man more laws to follow, but rather, to give them in SPIRIT the purpose of His Laws. The rightness of how man must treat other men. Not through force, or imposition, but through reason. The reason of the Soul, who filters the truth, through a loving Heart.
He did not say, love others more than self. But said, love all in the loving spirit of God. He did not say, all men would be of good spirit. He said, what makes men, men of God, is the spirit with which, they live their lives.
His focus was on the bread of life, of which He shared with His disciples, as a reminder of His source. His Father, who was and is Our Provider. He reminded us of His Blood, the essence of all human life. Its the food that feeds the heart of all men, who will towards good. It was His blood, soon to be shed, so that all would be witness, to His eternal sacrifice. We were to remember this...as we choose daily to be His disciples, today.
And as the earth argues the rights of all its people...He asks us to remember His spirit, and to focus more on His Body, rather than the body earth. To remain witnesses to what we are supposed to remember, honor and obey. He did not say worship me, but remember me, for those who see me, have seen my Father. For He was the essence and Spirit of our God. He was Gods Love, made manifest..and what better way to honor and love Christs Spiritual Being.. than by immitating the qualities He taught us, while on earth.
Acknowledging that with God , all things are indeed possible. We can witness the loaves and the fishes with the words of today.....the law of abundance!
We can manifest what is good, not only for ourselves, but as a source of richness for us all! He pointed our vision towards His Heavenly Father, in all and everything He said, and did. This is what we are supposed to remember. This is what gives us our true source of life.
He dispelled all who blamed their misfortune on themselves or the actions of others..and ask them to again focus their attention to their God. For when we look to Heaven as our SOULS resource what we need , will be given us, for our purpose.
Heaven is His Home, its a place He prepared for us, where all the we want and need, He will provide. It is where all that is Good is alive as the reward of our Soul. We can reach that place even while we remain in the flesh, for His sacrifice allowed no more flesh to be offered for us to gain Heaven. What instead we need is to align our purpose with His. Its when we choose to live the Good that we are, before wanting anything other than that good..so that we may be seen as an child of God, in the Good that lives as our Soul, in His Fathers eyes.