How is a Christian united to the sacrifice of Christ?

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In the Eucharist, a person receives individual graces from Christ strengthening his or her relationship with God. At this time, the members of the church are united in Christ through the Eucharist.
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What is sacrifice of Christ?

He could have stayed in heaven on His throne, living the life of luxury, but He came down to this horrendous world humbly as a baby, born to a virgin. He grew up living a humb

What do Christians believe about Jesus Christ?

Most believe that He is the son of God, sent to earth to atone for the sins of mankind. There was no other pure enough to be able to do this for all had fallen short of this g

How is sacrifice important to christians?

Because it shows that nothing is before God. If your favorite thing is to watch TV and sports, sacrifice it for the week and pray to God to show him that Sports is not in fron

What is Christ to Christians?

Jesus Christ is Lord, as Thomas said: And Thomas answered and said unto him, My LORD and my God (John 20.28)

Is Christianity based on human sacrifice?

No, Christianity is based on divine sacrifice, that took place almost twenty centuries ago, and we all can take part in it through faith. Isaiah 53:10 - " Yet it pleased th

What made Christ a unique sacrifice?

he is sinless . A perspective: . The purpose of a " sacrifice " is its " shed blood ." It's a messy, ugly, horrifying -- and necessary -- ritual that graphically displays

Why don't Christians sacrifice?

Under the "Old Covenant" (Old Testament) The Jews offered animal sacrifices, But when Jesus Christ came into the world and was crucified on the cross of Calvary, and was burie

Are there any sacrifices in Christianity?

Not animal sacrifices, but Christ said that instead, he wanted the sacrifices of our broken hearts and contrite spirits. In other words, he wants us to be humble, realize when