Ezekiel 33:7-9; Psalm 95:1-2,6-9; Romans 13:8-10; Matthew 18:15-20
A college sophomore was boasting about his superior math skills to his family one night at dinner. His father tested him, asking him to figure out a few equations. The son solved the problems easily. “Everything,” said the son, “can be answered mathematically.”
“Well then,” his father challenged, “how about this one? Suppose we each have a one-dollar bill and trade them; how much money would we each have?” “One dollar,” said the son. “Correct!” said the father, “But using that same principle, if you have one idea and I have one idea, and we exchange them, don’t we each then have two ideas?”
In Jesus’ Name, we express our love for the Father through the exchange of love with one another. And when we do, it begins to add up. In fact, it multiplies.
In today’s Gospel, we read, “Where two or three are gathered in My Name, there am I in their midst.” It might be in a great cathedral, or a humble…