Have you ever imagined how our Lord Jesus Christ endured the horrific ordeal during the crucifixion? How He suffered mockery and painful abandonment of those people He loved, fed, healed and taught with good words of life?
How hard He shouldered the sins of the world where He Himself committed no sins but lived in purity and obedience to His Father until the last hour of His earthly life? The hour when the clouds of heaven concealed the face of God away from Him hence He shouted with intense agony saying, “My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?” All because of His desire to save humanity from the horrible punishment of transgressing the law of God. But as for the Catholic Church, this is not enough. For the Catholic Church, the Death on the Calvary is not enough to satisfy the justice of God for the sins committed against Him. The Baltimore Catechism states,
Catholic doctrine called it “unbloody manner” or an opposite type of the what had been done on the Calvary. They teach that each time the bread of the Eucharist is offered, the Sacrifice of our dear Lord is repeated. Their teachings claim that the host, once consecrated by the priest, transforms into the actual body of Christ, making the little bread as the real “Son of God” to be sacrificed again in a very different form far from what has been said in the Holy Scripture.
The celebration of the mass is a very solemn event during the Catholic convocation, but no matter how solemn or devout the people shows in reverence of the consecrated bread, when the gospel is concerned, the celebration is totally nonsense and heaven insulting. The Holy Bible states,
“So Christ was once offered to bear the sins of many; and unto them that look for him shall he appear the second time without sin unto salvation.” (Hebrews 9:28)
“When Jesus therefore had received the vinegar, he said, It is finished: and he bowed his head, and gave up the ghost.” (John 19:30)
Christ uttered, “IT IS FINISHED”, a clear statement indicating that sacrifice for our salvation is completely finished; the one and only sacrifice that satisfies the justice of God for the sins committed against Him so that no other sacrifice shall be made as completion or continuation or repetition of that great act of our salvation. Thus, the Catholic Church, not only by the claim of their clergy to make a Christ out of a little bread, but by performing another sacrifice aside from the sacrifice of Christ, is actually committing a heaven-insulting heresy. The host of the mass has nothing to do with our salvation neither it has any relation with the body of Christ but a single piece that intentionally formulated to counteract the genuine salvation taught in the gospel.
People should open their Bible. Read for themselves what really happened during the Cross and how peculiar and important the sacrifice Christ performed there. This is the only hope of man, and not those ceremonial celebrations of the clergy “that could not make him that did the service perfect. “