Look Again

Be like men awaiting their master's return ... so that when he arrives and knocks, you will open for him

Luke 12:36
Luke 12:32-48 or 12:35-40

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A wise old pastor was asked by a parishioner, “When do you think Christ will come again?” The pastor replied, “I didn’t know He had been away.”

“And He departed from our sight,” said St. Augustine, “that we might return to our heart and there find Him. For He departed, and behold, He is here!”

We feel the darkness closing in. We feel the threat of it. We don’t know how to deal with it. Then God, in His great Love, sends the light! Let there be light at the center of this darkness! And the light that is given is the Spirit of Christ within us.

Light — ordinary light — is a form of energy, a source of power which stimulates the nerve-endings of our eyes. Christ, our Light, is the power of God Himself stimulating the nerve-endings of our life, making it possible for us to penetrate the darkness, put things in their true perspective, see what life is…

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