Having our loins girded, therefore,
with faith and the performance of good works,
let us walk in His paths
by the guidance of the Gospel,
that we may deserve to see Him
who has called us to His kingdom.
The bread of Jesus, together with his word, takes us to the other shore: from the old man to the new creature, created in true holiness.
If for the disciples the little they have is equivalent to nothing and not being able to do anything, for Jesus it is something that can still be shared.
Jesus has compassion for the sheep of Israel, because they are scattered and lonely. He is peace: he gathers in unity and offers us the rest of communion.
We leave ourselves in view of the hundredfold, which is the love that expands our heart, to run along the ways of God in the sweetness of love.
For Paul, God’s grace manifests itself as weakness. The Nazaraeans do not know how to welcome the power of God in the weakness of the flesh of Jesus.