I wish I can describe the feeling I get when I am sitting before the Eucharist at adoration. How can a human tongue describe heaven?
Experiencing Jesus in the Eucharist, is like someone peeking though the peephole of a door to see the most majestic view outside. They can feel their heart beating rapidly with excitement knowing that they will one day see the full glory. They can smell the beautiful fragrance seeping through the cracks between the door and the wall. They can hear the music, so they begin to dance even before the door is open.
I have found heaven at the altar. He has revealed Himself to me. My thought todayis, If looking through the peephole I am so thrilled what would it be like when the door is open and there is nothing between my love and I?
The joy He brings into our hearts is more than we can ever imagine. I love Him and I invite you to love Him as well. At least give Him a fair chance to court you, to prove His love.
Today I invite you to visit Jesus at adoration. There He is physically present. How many of us wish we were born when Jesus was here? Well He still is, through the Eucharist. Jesus never left us. God had said, "I will never leave you or forsake you" (Hebrews 13:5). He never did not even on a physical level.
At adoration, Heaven meets earth creating a majestic thrown in the most humble place, a host. Jesus didn't only show humility in Bethlehem, He also exemplifies it in His Holy presence in the consecrated host.
How humble and loving is our God, that He leaves His thrown to wait for us at adoration. He waits patiently as we come in and out as a mother does for her children hoping to catch a glimpse of them. Maybe just maybe we will be willing to hangout with Him for an hour of our time. He who gave us life waits patiently for us, physically present in the Eucharist.
Jesus "I love you" is not enough. "I love you" falls short what I actually feel. The only word that may satisfy my heart is "my Lord, my God". I want to lay before your glorious presence and repeat these worlds until words sees to exist.
I love you, My Lord and My God!
My brothers and sisters I ask for our prayers that as this project grows, That I may grow with it in humility and love. Thank you for your prayers