“IN YOUR GREAT MERCY, ANSWER ME, O LORD” (Ps 69:14)
????Rom 11:29-36; Ps 69:30-31, 33-34, 36-37; Luke 14:12-14
My dear, it is a brand new working week. On this day, the Lord shall mercifully close down any door that might lead to shame in your life and open for you, doors of fame, miracle and extraordinary favour. Amen
Those who used to look down on you will begin to make positive references with your name. The light of Christ will lead you to the place where your blessings wait for you. You shall no longer be pitied but celebrated. Amen.
All those are possible because of the great mercy of God for us, his people. St Paul looked forward with hope on the day when, through that great mercy, all would be converted and be saved. In anticipation, he sang to the glory of God through whom all we have and are come.
With that knowledge that nothing we have and are originates from us, Jesus tells us to stay humble and do all things for the sake of God only. If we are able to do that effectively, our reward will come at the resurrection of the just (cf. Luke 14:13-14). What else do we need apart from the crown of eternal glory?
May God grant us the grace to remain faithful and focused upon that common goal of being happy in heaven at last. Amen
Have a miraculous and fulfilled week ahead. Peace be with you.