It is so easy when remembering the spiritual world exists along with the physical world, to restrict God to the spiritual. We remember in catechism we were taught “God is a spirit and does not have a body like man.”
But Jesus Christ came in the flesh to break that divide.
Those of us who love a person whose flesh has died and lives only in the spirit, can spend so much time trying to find comfort in the spiritual that we forget that there is hope in more than just the spiritual.
Our hope is for more than enteral spiritual life. Our hope is in a very real physical resurrection.
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