catholic sermon for the resurrection domicile 1879 the jews are terrified of this truth
a wonderful sermon Taken from Ecce Christianus Ecce Christianus: Or Christ's Idea Of The Christian Life (1879) which clearly defines the startling difference between white Christians and Jews. This is a good example of the church doctrine before subversion , corruption and Zionist evangelical cults took over.
The lion of Judah has defeated. Wisdom is stronger than evil. Reach with end-to-end vigor and smoothly rule the universe. Act with energy in my favor, and always treat me with softness. He endured the insults of the Jews on the cross, chained the strong and well-armed man to his palace, and reduced to impotence the one who ruled over death. Jew, what was your arrogance? Zabulón, where do you have the loot? Death, where is your victory? The impostor is ashamed, and the plunderer is robbed.
A new power appeared. Death, always victorious, is stunned. What do you say now, Jew, you who yesterday raised your head gracefully before the cross? Why do you throw your darts to Christ, who is the true head of man? Christ, you say, King of Israel, come down from the cross. Poisoned language, infamous words, perverse language. Did not you say a moment ago, Caiaphas, that before the whole nation perishes, it is better for one to die for the people? As you uttered a truth, you did not speak for yourself, nor did you know what you were saying. If he is the King of Israel, let him come down from the cross.
That's the way you think and the eternal liar. The king must never descend, but ascend. Do not you remember, old snake, the humiliation you received when you said: throw yourself down, or will I give you all that if you prostrate and pay homage to me? How do you forget, Jew, that you have heard so many times, that the Lord reigned from the tree, and you mock that king because he stands on the tree? But you may not have heard it, because this message is not for the Jews, but for the Gentiles: Tell the people that the Lord triumphed from a tree.
The pagan governor succeeded in placing the title of king on the board; and the Jew, although he tried, could not deform the inscription, nor prevent the Lord's passion and our redemption. If he is king of Israel, let him go down, they shout. No, precisely because he is king of Israel, he does not abandon his royal title or forget his scepter. He has the principality on his shoulder, Isaiah sang long ago. The Jews insist on Pilate: do not leave written: the king of the Jews; Pon: he said he was king of the Jews. But Pilate replies: the written, the written remains. If Pilate keeps his written word, is not Christ going to crown what he started? He decided it and he will save us.
They keep saying: he has saved others and he can not be saved. But if I descended from the cross I would not save anyone. If the one who wants to be saved should persevere to the end, with greater reason who wishes to be the Savior. That is why he saves others, because he himself is salvation and does not need to save himself. He is realizing our salvation, and he does not want to leave incomplete the evening sacrifice of the propitiatory victim. Intumate your thoughts. Do not expect it to give you the least chance to snatch perseverance and with it the crown. He will not put out the tongue that he preaches, nor the one that comforts the weak, or he says in the ear of each one: do not retreat. And they would not dare to ask this if we could answer that Christ left his post.
The heart of man is perverted from youth. You have failed by adjusting bolts to the rope, and increasing the anxiety of the disciples with the insults of the Jews. They lose hope, and they insult treacherously, but Christ is not affected by either one or the other. The time will come for him to encourage his people and humiliate the enemies.
Meanwhile, he exudes patience, manifests humility, practices obedience and reaches the summit of love. These are the four precious stones that adorn the four ends of the cross: in or higher love, obedience to the right, patience to the left, and humility on the ground, foundation of the virtues. Look at the riches that the passion of the Lord brought to the triumph of the cross: humility in the face of the blasphemies of the Jews and patience in torments; Inwardly the tongues tortured him, and nails outwardly. But his love was so immense that he gave his life for his friends, and in a sublime gesture of obedience, recline or head, gave up the spirit, obeying until death.
These riches and this glory wanted to snatch the Church of Christ who shouted: if he is king of Israel that comes down from the cross. I wanted to suppress the model of obedience, the encouragement of love, and even the smallest example of patience and humility. And those tender words of the Gospel, sweeter than the honeycomb: there is no greater love than giving one's life for one's friends. And those others that he addresses to the Father: I have carried out
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