What About John Chapter 6?
As you may know, the Catholic religion claims to eat Jesus. They call this blasphemy the Eucharist (i.e., transubstantiation). In the past, the popes made it illegal for Catholics to read the Bible so they wouldn't know you can't eat Jesus. For those true Christians who denied that Catholic priests had the power to make Jesus come down from Heaven, so you could eat Him, they were killed, period. The mass is blasphemy!!! Millions of Christians were killed by popish Romanists--including greedy priests who loved torture and the wages of unrighteousness--this is DOCUMENTED history.
BUT NOW that God's people have flooded the world with Scriptures, and because Rome cannot control every country, it has changed its Satanic strategy. In the couple decades or so, Catholic apologists have been teaching people selected verses of Scripture, in an attempt to Christianize their pagan beliefs. John Chapter 6 is one of the most common passages I hear from idolatrous Catholics. Of course the writer below didn't use the King James Bible in quoting, so if you want to read what the real Bible says, read only the King James. Nevertheless, he stopped short even in his corrupted version.
Most Catholics forget to read the last verse of this passage, which is John 6:63, which shows [Jesus] didn't mean this literally?
In Jesus' knowledge that false religions would twist this passage of Scripture, He made it clear that He was not speaking literally.
There are many other points that could made about the Catholic religion contradicting its own evil tenets. For example, in John 6:54, Jesus said "Whoso eateth my flesh, and drinketh my blood, hath eternal life..."; YET, the Catholic religion says you can't be sure that you have eternal life--they call it the sin of presumption. So even their Eucharist doesn't do what they say it does. Trusting Jesus is not religion, it is relationship. Jesus told the hellbound in Matthew Chapter 7:21-23, "I never KNEW you." The world is filled with religious people who have never personally trusting upon Jesus Christ to forgive and save them.
Every time you put that cracker in your mouth and call it Jesus, God hates it. It is an abomination to Him. Every time a nun tells a child, "Go visit Jesus in that little box, He's lonely in there," God hates it. It is a stench in His nostrils. Jesus is high and lifted up and is positioned at the right hand of the throne of God the Father. If you stay in the abomination of the Catholic religion, always remember, God hates it. The Bible makes it abundantly clear (Mark 7:6-13).
"Then What does John chapter 6 mean?"