The Message of the Bible
After Eden, The Passion’s transformational properties became a requirement for man’s
reconciliation to God.
Jesus spent his public life attempting to convince skeptical people of his power to transform realities in the face of every kind of obstacle, and so He:
Raised people from the dead
Changed water to wine
Multiplied loaves and fishes
Walked on the water.
Traveled long distances in a short period of time.
Stilled raging storms
Changed sinners into Saints, by forgiving their sins.
Changed bread and wine into his body and blood.
Raised himself from the dead, transforming his death into Redemption.
This power was transmitted to us through the crucifixion. It is here than man is finally reconciled to God
through the transformation of the disobedience of Adam into the obedience of the
This transformation power, demonstrated in the Mass and Sacraments is
transmitted by his blood to his followers in His Church.
The requirement to tap into this transformation power is through both our faith
in Jesus' blood, and the conformity of our will to the Divine Will. “Thy will be done on earth as it is in
Heaven”. From this is enabled our daily bread.
By allowing public and private obstacles in our lives, Jesus is asking us for the opportunity for him to
transform us from where he sees us, to where he wants us to be.