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Eckardtesian Thought: I think, therefore I write . . .
It is in the nature of foolish man to say there is no God, and to make light of his gracious invitation: all things are now ready. So he discards the fulfillment of the Sabbath, and turns from his maker and redeemer, and things a thousand things are of greater value than this feast. But this feast was prepared by God's holy incarnation, and his suffering, and the sweat of his brow as great drops of blood. Behold how he worked to prepare this marvelous feast. So let us replace in our minds the notion that we attend merely because of obligation with an eager desire through all our life to attend the Feast of Salvation, the Blessed Sacrament of the Altar. Sermon for Trinity II.