\”When Christ promised he would give us His very flesh to eat, the Jews protested because they imagined a natural and cannibalistic eating of Christ\’s body. Christ refuted this notion of the manner in which His flesh was to be received by saying that He would ascent into heaven, not leaving His body in its human form upon earth. But he did not say that they were to eat His actual body. He would thus contradict himself, for a little earlier He had said, \”My flesh is meat indeed and My blood is drink indeed\” John 6:56. He meant therefore, \”You will not be asked to eat My flesh in the horrible and natural way you think, for My body as you see it with your eyes will be gone from this earth. Yet I shall leave my flesh and blood in another and supernatural way which your natural and carnal minds cannot understand. The carnal or fleshy judgment profits nothing. I ask you, therefore to have faith in Me. It is the spirit of faith which will enable you to believe, not your natural judgment.\”-Rumble and Carty Replies, 1:176:\”
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