Sacrifice and Promise
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A person who does _____ things has a difficult time making sacrifices for others.
A _____ is an act of unselfish giving.
God asked _____ to make a great sacrifice that would prove his faith in God.
God told Abraham to offer up his son, Isaac, as a _____, or burnt offering.
God had promised Abraham countless _____.
pitchers of milk and honey
gifts and riches
Abraham needed great _____ to understand God's command.
Faith is an essential element in our relationship with _____.
In faith, we participate in Jesus' sacrifice through the _____ to have eternal life.
We receive the Lord's _____ in the Eucharist.
Body and Blood
Jesus told the crowds, 'Unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood, you do not have _____ within you.'
When we receive the Eucharist, we receive _____.
new life in Christ
A raised place for sacrifice and worship is _____.
The altar used during Mass is also a _____ where we gather to share the Eucharistic meal.
At Mass, we commemorate what happened at the _____.
At Mass, _____ are changed into Christ's Body and Blood.
wine and cheese
bread and fruit
crackers and grapes
bread and wine
Jesus wanted _____ to share the meal he shared at the Last Supper with his apostles.
the first Christians
At Mass, _____ makes a ritual offering to God on behalf of the people.
the Holy Spirit
When we share _____, we are being faithful to Jesus' command at the Last Supper.
the Eucharistic meal
Sunday is our _____.
best day of the week
Jewish people end their Sabbath with a ritual called _____.
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