WE NEED TO LOVE AND TAKE THE GOSPEL TO THE BROTHERS
"So he started teaching them many things". The crowd, first of all, was hungry for the truth, for the knowledge of God, for the Word of salvation. Jesus Christ teaches not only for knowing the subject, but much more for the love, for the conviction, for the total passion for what he says, for the fact that He is the Word that saves and that leads each one to the truth of himself, of God and of the world. Jesus shows them the Kingdom, the importance of following him, the unique condition of salvation, and the need to live in communion, caring for one another for the good of all. In Himself, Jesus Christ is the Father's doctrine, which, only in the Holy Spirit, is possible to be understood and lived. This doctrine continues today and will be taught forever in the Church, the Body of Christ. Hence the importance of knowing well what the Church of Christ teaches. Dogmatic teachings are light for the Christian's continuity in the Light that is Christ. Dogma is the truth of revelation, definitively placed by the Church for all Christians, so that everyone can achieve the salvation accomplished by Jesus, who is the Truth, the Light that illuminates the world, especially when living in the desert and at the sunset of humanity. At dusk, in a deserted place, the revelation and power of God manifests itself, a sign that, even in today's difficult times, abandoning oneself in God, in his teachings is the best way, the only security, because only in God man finds real rest and food for his hunger. . Jesus does not dismiss the people, he does not abandon the hungry crowd of God and food. He asks the disciples to feed the crowd themselves, even though human reason says that it is not possible to feed so many people with five loaves and two fish. At the cash register and Jesus and his disciples there were only two hundred denarii; for dinner, only five loaves and two fish. It was all they had for thirteen people. The crowd was five thousand men, not to mention women and children. Humanly speaking, it is impossible to feed so many people with so little! Here the loving power of God is revealed. Jesus has dominion over nature, reveals his divinity, shows everyone that he is the New Moses and more than the prophets; it reminds everyone that God does not need much to do a great feat; wins any battle with few soldiers; with few loaves, he will feed multitudes, with his ONE word he will save all creation.