"The God who is in Christ, very God and very man, is also the God that has no difficulty in being found in the bread and wine made for us the body and blood of Christ." So writes Stanley Hauerwas in his volume on St. Matthew in the Brazos series. They are well-intentioned, but I remain convinced that the Reformed will not let God be God. Imagine it! The "sovereign God" bound by the "limitation" of His infiniteness! I am so thankful to the LCMS for rescuing me from the horror of religion bound by human reason. The Reformed teaching on Sacraments is what drove me into the arms of the LCMS in 1992, and I recall vividly that beautiful morning that Spring when I, on a desperate search for Truth, showed up at First Lutheran in Boston. On that day we sang, "Search not how this takes place, This wondrous mystery; God can accomplish vastly more Than seemeth plain to thee." That one stanza answered all my questions regarding the Supper, and I am forever grateful that the Holy Ghost saw to it that this hymn was sung. Indeed, God has no difficulty in being in bread and wine if He so chooses. And He does! "Truth Himself speaks truly, or there's nothing true" (Aquinas/Hopkins).