Our God blesses us so that we might be blessed again.
The sin of the rich man is not a lack of generosity, but a lack of awareness.
Today’s gospel calls us to It calls us to serve the master whose love will always endure.
Luke’s parable of the sheep asks us to assess what valuable people and things have we lost from our lives.
People can change, and we must allow them to do so.
When we must pass through the narrow gate what is most important is trust.
Jesus tells us our chief priority cannot be keeping people happy.
We prepare for the unexpected by living our relationship with God today.
When there is more wealth than a person can use, the project is not how to keep it, but how to share it.
The context in which we are most likely to meet God is in our service to those we do not know.
If we keep looking back on the things we regret, we will miss the new things that God is bringing into our life.
The only way we can speak of God is by drawing comparisons to things we can see and understand.