Through the Eucharist, Christians experience service from God. The Lord serves us by nourishing us with his actions of love which exemplify justice to the community. Christ serves us by listening to our prayers and being there for us in our times of need, such as keeping us company when we're lonesome, guiding us when we're feeling afraid or anxious and His constant reminder that his unconditional love for us is everlasting, even when we're feeling as though we're unloved. This is highlighted in Isaiah 41:10 which states "Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand." Furthermore, from witnessing Jesus Christ's actions through the Scriptures we, as individuals, are called upon to be Christ to one another and strengthen our desire to endow justice into our community. Consequently, the Lord is the Eucharist to us through his actions of love which promote justice and demonstrate that we as Christians living in the 21st Century can promote justice by following in His services to create a just society in Australia.