“What are your plans? What’s next?”

June 21, 2020 – 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time Click here for the readings (http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/062120.cfm) “What are your plans? What’s next?” Perhaps nowadays we find ourselves confronted quite frequently with these questions about our near future, as raised to us by others and/or even we ask personally ourselves. However, unlike before when it was easyContinue reading “What are your plans? What’s next?”

God intervenes to bring us comfort and confidence

As Paul and the disciples were comforted by Jesus, the Lord also is telling us now, “Do not be afraid, go on and continue because I am with you. Believe that this sorrow you have now will pass away and will turn into joy.”

Moreover, this calls us today to truly believe that God is the God of our life. Then, in that faith, we shall see the many good things we enjoy in this life despite the many difficulties and hardships we encounter. When we also truly believe that God is the resurrection and the life that we also begin to become true Christians who see light in the midst of darkness, who find joy in the midst of sorrow, who capture a smile in the midst of pain, who embrace hope in the midst of impossibility, who find healing in the midst of so much sickness and who find life in death.Continue reading God intervenes to bring us comfort and confidence