Proverbs 8:22-31; Psalms 8:4-9; Romans 1:1-5; John 16:12-15
“It’s my own fault,” said the father of three …
All my life I’ve worked hard to give my children a safe and comfortable home to grow up in. I’ve worked hard to give my children a friendly and hospitable place to bring their friends to. I’ve worked hard to give my children a place of refuge against the storms and furies of the outside world. And now that they’re grown up, THEY WON’T LEAVE!
“Give until it hurts!” So goes the old cliche. However, the Apostle Paul had a better idea: Give until you rejoice! To the Church in Corinth he wrote, “Do not forget, thin sowing means thin reaping; the more you sow, the more you reap. Each one should give … not grudgingly or because he is made to, because God loves a cheerful giver” (II Cor. 9:7).
In today’s Gospel Lesson, Jesus says to His disciples, “Everything the Father has is Mine” (Jn. 16:15). The very life of God is embodied…
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