A Paradigm Shift

“In order to be nourished by Christ at bread and wine, most Christians I know will have to go through a paradigm shift. . . . Step into the story of God and see Eucharistic bread and wine from within the story. . . . You live in a supernatural world of wonder and mystery. Stand in this world and receive the mystery of bread and wine, disclosing to you the goodness of creation and the union of the human and divine embodied for the restoration of the whole world in Jesus, now made tangible to you and disclosed in this piece of bread and drink of wine.”
Robert E. Webber, The Divine Embrace: Recovering the Passionate Spiritual Life (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books, 2006), 236-237.

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