Buy Assets; Sell Liabilities . . . But the Greatest Asset is Free (Holy Eucharist)

You should always look to buy assets and sell liabilities. This is how you get ahead financially and it’s an honest way to do so.

But . . . what happens when you discover that the greatest asset in the world is free, a gift from heaven, greater than the Manna from heaven in Exodus?

The Most Holy Eucharist, God’s gift of Himself to us, is far and away the greatest asset we possess and it is available to us in every Catholic parish. Through the Holy Church (remember ditch the state in favor of this), Our Lord Jesus Christ grants us access to Himself under the appearance of a piece of bread. He tests us to see if we believe in Him, even veiled under such a common substance, but, once we do, all we must do is SHOW UP and be in the presence of God Himself.

Where else can you do that?
Where else can you gain access to God Himself and with no cost?
Where else can even the worst, most malicious sinner find refuge in the presence of the Divine?*
What exchange market or store allows you to “buy” the Divine, something the Holy Catholic Church ministers for free?**

The answer to all of these questions is the One, Holy, Catholic, & Apostolic Church. Yes, indeed, it is ONE and only ONE. You might be able to see it in an Eastern Unorthodox Church (because they have apostolic ties to the Catholic Church), but you do so in protest of the real Church, and, protesting God’s Holy Church is a stupid idea.

Good luck explaining such a protest at your judgment.

All schisms and chaos aside, every single living person should do everything they can to experience the real presence of God the Son, Jesus Christ, in the Holy Eucharist. I beg you not to deprive yourself of such a joy. It will change your life.

Deus Vult!

*Note: the worst sinner may not be able to receive the Eucharist in Holy Communion, but that does not bar him from adoring Our Lord in the Eucharist, which would be a beneficial first step on the road to redemption.

**Note: In case somebody wishes to retort with some complaint about the “sale of indulgences,” I would remind the reader that the sale of indulgences had nothing to do with Holy Communion. It also didn’t scapegoat anybody from Hell if they persisted in mortal sin. Indulgences only merit those in a state of grace by reducing their stay in Purgatory.

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