Pencil From Above: Archangel Michael as Described by John Muza



Jesus said to his apostles and followers go feed yourselves. They searched throughout the crowd for food. Hand it over to the master. Collected were seven loaves of bread and a few fish. Get everybody together in groups of fifty and a hundred in squares. Setting in all corners. Around five thousand in all. Apostle Thomas done as the Master ordered. The good Lord might ask us to do the unreasonable too. We know God's will and we will follow Christ, we will do it. Jesus took the bread plus the fish, prayed over it and blessed it, broke the bread and filled the baskets to the brim. Many questions to be a miracle. They only had sever loaves of bread and a few fish. After they all ate as much as they wanted, the scraps collected filled twelve baskets completely full. The miracle was so great he told the followers to let the crowd go. Then and now people still question they're too busy to even pray. The reason then and now is prayer. Before the food, where is your faith or belief. As then and now, we don't put the event before the thinking. The same as the boat in the storm. Here came Jesus walking on the water, they were terrified. He got into the boat with them. The storm of your life you cry out Jesus, where is your faith. The wind calmed down. Why were they so afraid, doubtful and dumb founded. There minds were closed to what was happening, feeding the multitude and walking on water.

Today we're in the same storm, same boat. We are blind to the miracle. The greatest gift of today is the Holy Eucharist, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. The bread of life. Offered to you form your Heavenly Father, Holy communion, with God. Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord, the Father, the son, and the Holy Spirit. Amen. Alleluia