TO DO YOUR WILL IS MY DESIRE (Ps 40:8)
⏰Saturday of the Twenty-Second Week of Ordinary Time 2 (05 Sept. 2020)
📖1 Cor 4:6b-15; Ps 145:17-18, 19-20, 21 (R.v.18a); Luke 6:1-5
????TO DO YOUR WILL IS MY DESIRE (Ps 40:8)
Whose will do you do in your worship of God? Your own will or the will of God? Do you even know that it is possible for you to be doing your personal will while thinking that you are doing the will of God?
Consider the actions of the members of the Church in Corinth. Their internal division in that was a result of their thinking that they are doing so well more than others, and that they are richer in every way than others, even Paul. They forgot the source of their success. That was the reason for the distinction between Paul and Apollos. Of course, Paul catechized by informing them that God is the ultimate (cf. 1 Cor 3:4-7).
When you understand who you are before God and that it is God’s work that you are doing, it wouldn’t matter again what comes up from it – whether pain or discomfort.
May God give us the grace to do His will at all times and in all circumstances so that we may be happy with him in the end. Amen
Have a beautiful and peaceful weekend. Peace be with you.
GOD GIVE ME THE GRACE TO DO YOUR WILL ALL TRUE MY LIFE IN JESUS NAME I PRAY (AMEN) THANK YOU JESUS.