Jesus calls his first Disciples; two each from two families, Peter and his brother Andrew, James and his brother John. What could the reason be; they may have experienced Jesus’s ministry, though they were very busy in their daily business. Probably they must have had a relationships with God.
In the Old Testament, when we read about the Judges, we are presented by something that is called the Sin Cycle. It is a vicious circle the Israelites are in, just like their time in Egypt.
Reflection on the Gospel of the Tuesday In The Thirty-Fourth Week Of Ordinary Time Luke 21: 5-11 The Gospel from today until end of Advent are full of warnings about the end times. Now on hearing about them am I to be terrified, not at all because God’s providence will see you/me through whatever […]
Reflection on the Gospel of the Monday In The Thirty-Fourth Week Of Ordinary Time Luke 21: 1-4 An excellent example of faith. I don’t think many of us will match up to her level of confidence in God. Confidence in God or in any other human, comes through experience and personal knowledge. It is […]
Reflection on the Gospel of the Thirty-Fourth Sunday In Ordinary Time SOLEMNITY: OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST, THE KING OF THE UNIVERSE Matthew 25: 31-46 Judgement day is one day certain. On that day shall we truly know if we have been faithful children of God. God is Good and he is so good that […]
Reflection on the Gospel of the Saturday In The Thirty-Third Week Of Ordinary Time Luke 20: 27-40 After the exile Israel people were lived like sheep without shepherd. During that period 2 groups of people raised and led the Israel 1) Sadducees who take care of ritual and sacrifice in the temple. 2) Pharisees […]
Reflection on the Gospel of the Friday In The Thirty-Third Week Of Ordinary Time Luke 19: 45-48 In today’s gospel Jesus upon entering the Holy City, cleanses the Temple. The money-changers in the Temple courtyard provided a necessary service-selling doves and lambs to pilgrims for ritual sacrifices. The business transactions would have taken place […]
Reflection on the Gospel of the Thursday In The Thirty-Third Week Of Ordinary Time Luke 19: 41-44 Jesus wept, this was the time and era all were waiting for, the Saviour, Messiah was amongst them, He gave signs, He revealed his authority and power, gave teachings, worked miracles, yet they failed to recognize him. […]
Reflection on the Gospel of the Wednesday In The Thirty-Third Week Of Ordinary Time Luke 19: 11-28 Jesus spoke this parable to warn His disciples that He would depart and return again before the kingdom came in full glory, and to tell them how to conduct themselves in His absence. This parable is different […]
Reflection on the Gospel of the Tuesday In The Thirty-Third Week Of Ordinary Time Matthew 12: 46-50 Today’s Gospel Jesus’ response must have surely surprised the disciples. His immediate respond “Who is my mother? Who are my brothers?” I assume the disciples were somewhat taken aback by Jesus’ question. After all, his words gave […]