Before Meditation

"O Lord, an intention that we have this very particular about our meeting to you, present in the In this meditation we want to honor your heart to get it closer to us, alive and throbbing, here where you are with your body, your soul, with your divinity! But this is also the sacrament, where your love is more offended.
If you request it from the feast to celebrate the wonders of your love, you want that is also a common celebration of ingratitude to repair that you receive in the Eucharist.
O Jesus, we are here to renew this spirit of Eucharistic reparation, so that all our days are offering to your unrequited love. And to make it feel more generous and listen to our repair your word, where the complaint ungrateful response to invitation for a great dinner.

One of the guests, having heard it, said, "Blessed is he who shall eat bread in the kingdom of God." Jesus replied: "A man gave a great dinner and had many invitations. At the dinner, he sent his servant to tell those invited: Come, is ready. But they all, unanimously, began to make excuses. The first said: I bought a field and I must go and see it, please consider me justified. Another said: I have bought five yoke of oxen and am going to try it, please consider me justified. Another said: I got married and so I cannot come. On his return he reported this to the slave master. Then the master of the house, angry, said to the servant, Go out quickly into the streets and lanes of the city and bring in here the poor, the crippled, the blind and lame. The servant said, Lord, was made as you ordered, but there is still room. The host then said to the servant, Go out to the highways and hedges, and push them to come in, that my house may be filled. For I tell you: None of the men who were invited will taste my dinner "(Luke 14.15-24).

The parable applies directly to the people of the great dinner at the Jew called the Kingdom of God, the salvation brought by Jesus, to whom the whole Old Testament was served preparation. The invitation, then, extends to participate in the banquet of the Word and the Body of the Lord. We apply it precisely to the Eucharistic banquet.

The love of Jesus

A greater proof of his love, Jesus could not be given after this wonderful gift of himself, as a compendium of the whole work of mercy for our salvation, the Eucharist.
Here renews the offering of his life, the sacrifice of the cross as a pure victim, holy, immaculate, to the glory of the Trinity, in reparation for sins, for the grace of salvation, the source of life. Moreover, it renews the work of redemption, the culmination and center of all Christian life. Intimately linked to the sacrifice which Jesus is the banquet, sacrificed and resurrected, makes each of us to feed them, to make him live his life, so that turned into what he eats. It is the ultimate goal of His love: become one.
In this sacrament the true and living after the sacrifice, Jesus remains present in his heart that continues to be offered to the Father for us and for us, intercedes unceasingly. Remains present as a center speaker charity of apostolic fruitfulness, as the heart of its community.
Sacrifice their lives, to join its being eaten, to be always present in their midst with a veiled but real presence, and these are the proofs of his love, the feast which He calls us his heart.

The negative response.

In the parable, the farm, the horse, the marriage, is no excuse for men to show that minor things lose the essential and eternal. For worldly goods and materials, they lose the kingdom of God is the same today! Before Jesus, who calls and offers his goods that are, the bread of life, the source of blood atonement, Himself, with all its wealth of life and love, many to behave?
Caught by material goods, possession of money from trading activities, work, worries, family, politics, sports, the union issues, sex and love, the fun ... restless and feverish with the soul does not have time to think about the real purpose of life, the love of God consequently reject these wonderful gifts that gives us the Heart of Jesus, present in the Eucharist.

Answer offensive.

This attitude of rejection of the gifts of Jesus reveals a serious offense, since he refuses her love. What's more, for reasons unexplained, but humanly understandable if one accepts the diabolical incitement against this Sacrament of love, men behave with irreverence, sacrilege, coldness and neglect by people who should be committed to love and adore.
Jesus specifically complains.

In the Gospel we find several references and expressions of this suffering of his heart by the coldness and tactless, and whoever loves more than anyone else feels this lack of correspondence and care. It illuminated the story of the forgiven sinner: "And turning toward the sinful woman, said to Simon," You see this woman? I entered into thin house, thou gravest me no water for my feet, but she has wet my feet with tears and wiped them with her hair. You did not give me a kiss, but she since I joined has not ceased to kiss my feet. "(Luke 7.44-45).

Jesus shows his feelings to St. Margaret Mary. Santa writes: "She then discovers his divine heart said, Behold the Heart which has loved men so much and nothing has been paying up to run out or wear them to attest to his love. And I do not receive recognition from more than ingratitude; many are the irreverence, the sacrilege, the coldness and contempt toward me in this sacrament of love. What saddens me most are the hearts consecrated to me who treat me well.
I ask you, therefore, that the first Friday after the octave of Sacramento is dedicated to a special feast to honor my heart, offering a repair of love ... " "I promise thee that my Heart will dilate to bestow abundance of the effects of his divine love that will make it over those who love and care that is made."

Well, what do we do? Proverb says: "Love is like the blood! Runs where there is injury." Then we run the place where Jesus complained. Love and gratitude are pushing us to repair and suggest what to do to repair the sins against the Eucharist. Devotion to the Heart of Jesus should lead us to have the mind of Jesus with him to offer himself to the Father and live in this spirit of offering.
  1. Nourished by him to become one. Welcome him into our hearts as He desires. Compensate with our love as often as the sin of men drove or was not received with the necessary provisions and delicacies due to him.

  2. Go to visit the Tabernacle to stay a little with him as you do with a loved one, to vent, to pray with Him for the salvation of men who never think of him, to thank him for such a great gift.

  3. Finally, commit, or to know his heart and his demands, urging people to respond.

Second Meditation

The true definition of love of Jesus to men is this: "The Love of God manifested in Jesus our Lord." This definition is so dense with meaning that must be limited to examining only gradually the prospect that it will open up infinite proceed gradually and in consideration of the Heart of Jesus We will be able to understand the manifestations of human compassion and friendship of Jesus, then, the gift he has given us of his life, the greatest proof of his love, and, ultimately, the love of God which reveals to us by his coming to earth.

In the Gospel, everything seems to testify to this love of Jesus in the continuing moved by the many miseries which he encountered in his tracks. In fact, the pain of the disconsolate widow of Naim touches him deeply, and this was a widow and had a son. It moves the same way, in front of Mary's tears for her brother Lazarus: "When Jesus saw her weeping and the Jews who came with her, took pity on him, was troubled and said:" Where have you laid ?. "They said, 'Lord, come and see." Jesus wept. So the Jews said, "See how he loved him." (Jn 11, 33-36).
The Gospel highlights the sensitivity of the manifestation of Jesus, and He is clear that dominates most of us do not know why the riots of the sin of origin. Jesus receives impressions through his eyes how our lives. His reactions are well up with tears, I certify the present exclaiming, and "How he loved him". Even the small group of her diehard enemies will not dare to deny it. Just wonder that so powerful a friend in life and in death, the famous healer who previously had opened the eyes of the man born blind, and raised the son of the widow of Nain, was unable to prevent the death of his friend.

Without achieve their evil we too would be amazed at the delay set by Jesus in helping this family faithful to the Gospel of John if he had not taught that there was a very definite reason for this delay. This is the glory of God.
The love of Jesus for men is more caring than you might imagine, is measured, in fact, infinite love he has for his Father.
A similar act would inspire more peace of mind when we think that God help us to delay, linger because we have certainly not forgotten, but, conversely, is concerned about the fate of men, not only when they are in danger of death. The proof of his compassion and his concern in two circumstances that led him to multiply the loaves.

The first is the good shepherd that occurs: "On leaving the boat, he saw a large crowd and had compassion, because they were like sheep without a shepherd and began to teach them a long time." Gave way to the temptation of Satan replies, when Jesus refused to take a miracle to get a loaf of which she was hungry, after forty days of fasting. On that occasion Jesus had quoted as saying of Deuteronomy: "He does not live by bread alone, but that man lives by everything that comes from the mouth of the Lord." (Deut 8.3). He will not be limited only to evangelize the crowd, not even gathered by him; he is concerned about eating bread and fish, to the fullest satisfaction. And here's why: "It makes me pity the crowd, because, here, these men are already three days who stay with me and have nothing to eat, and if I send them away fasting to their home, they will faint on the street, because some of they came from afar."

Often in the various comments at the wedding at Cana brings out signals like Mary, her son still secret anguish at the sight of the couple wanted wine. Take an opportunity to teach with pious exhortations greater confidence in Mary's maternal solicitude toward us. It is praiseworthy, however, even though St. John the Evangelist does not tell us if Jesus had noticed the absence, even states that do not know. There are good reasons to suppose that Jesus knew very well what was coming. Jesus has eyes to see. In the Sermon on the Mount commands us to abandon ourselves to Providence more because "Father knows everything", you can possibly think that Jesus takes less than her eyes turned towards us?
Before each of the multiplication of the loaves He was right to guess the hunger of the crowd. This was so focused on his words, that in spite of three days no one would listen accused hunger. In both cases, the Gospel provides the same reason: "I have compassion."

After two thousand years, Jesus has kept us in the same mind the same feeling, the same will to act.
The promises made to St. Margaret Mary Alacoque confirm this. Always, but especially after these assurances, Jesus looks at us with love, following us, supports us because we are in His Heart, and never leaves us alone so we do not lose. This is his wish: I comfort them in all their afflictions. So when we are in the moment of solitude, the pain, the incomprehension, in financial difficulties or when everything seems to suffocate us, instead of getting lost is the time to rush to him.

Jesus assures us: God is our Father and Jesus is very well expressed in words, is in the works. When his words down in your heart and learn that we have been appointed and commissioned by God, but that our origin is in the love of God, we are constantly under his eye, which rested in his hand, then takes over security in us. Security that assures us that we are not alone, that we are not lost in creation, that we are not too many on earth.
Faith does not disguise the dramatic effect of life, however, tells us that the world is ruled by a God who is the father and in which everything has meaning, in this as in the Hereafter. The trails reveal fragile and insecure that we come from nothing but the certainty that we are sustained by love and never tire of us, we must retain anxiety.
"I will comfort them in all their sufferings".

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