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world, and that Blood which was poured out to redeem souls, Id. ib.
Christ hath imparted power to it over that mystical body, which is
the society of souls, and over that natural, which is Himself, Id. ib.
The Bread, though not transubstantiated, to be called His Body.
Dr. Donne, p. 49. The elements receive a new form, a new essence,
a new nature. Id. p. 50. After Consecration, not called Bread and
Wine, but the Body and Blood of Christ. Bp. Overall, p. 41.
The Christian Ministry handle (attrectation) the Body and Blood of
Christ. Bp. Taylor, p. 72. We handle the mystical Body of Christ
as Joseph, Nicodemus, Mary Magdalene, (His Holy Body on earth,)
Mede, p. 62. Christ broken in the Holy Eucharist. Bp. Taylor, p.71.
(comp. Herbert, p. 62. Bp. Hackett, p. 73.) We there dip our tongues in
the wounds of our Redeemer, are dyed red within and without, Hooker,
p. 39. that Bread, with touching sanctifieth. Id. p. 40. Our Lord
teaches, that He is to be touched truly now, though not carnally,
Bp. Andrewes, p. 48, 9. The old serpent, seeing the Blood of the true
Paschal Lamb upon the lips of communicants, trembles to approach
them.-ap. Bp. Wilson, p. 85. We have the price of our redemption
in our hands. Johnson, p. 79.
Greatness of the Gift in the Holy Eucharist, chiefly in reference
to the Incarnation.
The Holy Communion, the salve of immortality and sovereign pre-
servative against death ;-
;-a deifical communion;-the sweet dainties
of our Saviour, the pledge of eternal health, the defence of faith,
the hope of the resurrection;—the food of immortality, the healthful
grace, and the conservatory to everlasting life, (sayings of " Ancient
Catholic Fathers," in Homilies, Sermon title page reverse.) A
Communion of the Body and Blood of Christ in a marvellous
incorporation, which, by the operation of the Holy Ghost, is through
faith wrought in the souls of the faithful. Homilies, p. 33. The
Holy Eucharist applies to individuals the benefit of the Incarnation.
Hooker. p. 3. p. 14. n. p. and p. 37. Bp. Andrewes, p. 44, 5. Mede,
p. 61. (The Holy Spirit doth not unite us immediately to Himself,
but to Christ's Human Nature, Jackson, p. 50.) We participate of
that Flesh which Christ took of us. Bp. Andrewes, p. 44, 5. Of the
Word made Flesh. Id. p. 44. We take His Flesh as He ours. Id. ib.
receive that Body and that Blood which for our sakes was dissolved,
suffered for our sins, was raised again. Id. p. 47. The Bread which
we break, the partaking of that Body and Flesh which Christ took.
Id. p. 44. Of His true Body. Id. p. 49. There is the Blood which
shall purge our consciences from dead works. Id. p. 45. life in it,
by eating the Flesh of Christ. Id. p. 46. participate with the Flesh
and Blood of Christ, as by nature we do by participating the flesh
and blood, the substance of Adam. Id. p. 46. Christ united with
us as being our nourishment, closer than any other union. Id. p. 44, 5.
receive Christ Himself to be in us. Id. p. 47. Never so truly in Christ
and He in us, as when new from it. Ib. p. 46. By the Holy
Eucharist we become partakers of the Divine nature. Id. p. 44.
(Comber, p. 77.) Have the price of our redemption within us. p. 46.
lay up our hope literally within our bosoms, ibid. By receiving His
Blessed Body and Blood in the Holy Eucharist, we become the
temples of His Body; the temple of His Body is in the temples of
ours. Id p. 47. Christ dwelleth in us, by His Flesh in us. Id. ib.
imparteth His whole entire Person as a mystical head. Hooker,
p. 38. Christ's Flesh mixed with ours through the Holy Eucharist,
Id. Serm. p. 11, n. p. our bodies receive from His Flesh that life
which shall make them glorious, Id. ib. His Body in ours a cause
of immortality, ours joined with His which is incorruptible. Id. ib.
The Holy Mysteries, duly received, instrumentally make us par-
takers of the grace of that Body and Blood, which were given for
the life of the world, and impart to us in true, real, and mystical
manner the very Person of our Lord Himself, whole, perfect, and
entire. Id. p.38. A mystical incarnation of Christ into every one who
receives it. Mede, p. 60. We become Him. Id. ib. It makes His
Body ours; that Body which did once suffer death for us. Comber,
p. 77. The Body of Christ becomes our body, and His Blood our
blood, and we in a mystical manner flesh of His Flesh, and bone
of His Bone. Mede, p. 60. Become members of His Body, of
His Flesh, and of His Bone. Comber, p. 78. The breaking,
taking, eating of the Bread is the real communication of the
Body of Christ, the very giving of His Body, to the communi-
cant. Hammond, p. 65. The Son of God becomes our food. Bp.
Taylor, p. 71. (see Bp. Andrewes, above.) Comber, p. 78. The feast
is God. Herbert, p. 62. We receive all Christ, and His Passion, and
His graces. Bp. Taylor, p. 70. Christ crucified, broken, His Flesh
bleeding, Bp. Hackett, p. 73. The Holy Eucharist, the means of the
resurrection of our bodies. Homilies, p. 33. Bp. Overall, p. 42.
Bp. Andrewes, p. 48. Hooker, p. 11. note p. Comber, p. 78.
Bp. Taylor, p. 71 Brett, p. 83.
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