CACINA

May the Lord be with us always

Posted in homily by frtonys on February 7, 2022

In today’s Gospel, we see how the Lord Jesus came among the people, and how He and His disciples cared for all those who have come to the Lord seeking His healing and teachings. The Lord reached out to them and touched them, healing many among them and teaching all, bringing them His truth and His salvation, showing them the love of God so they all came to know just how beloved and fortunate they were to have been graced by the loving presence of God in Christ, His one and only begotten Son.

Through Jesus Christ, the Son of God, who the Lord sent into this world to be our Savior, God has revealed His love in the flesh and His Presence dwells among us.

Jesus walked among us and showed us God’s love through His Presence, all of us are called to remember the great grace and kindness that we have received through Christ, His Son. God come down to us so that He may bridge the unbridgeable chasm that existed between us and Him. God has always wants us to be reconciled to Him but it is always us who delayed and dragged our feet, not being truthful to ourselves and. Continuing to deny His love and kindness.

Brothers and sisters in Christ, let us all carefully reflect on what we have heard from the readings of the Sacred Scriptures. Let us seek to embrace God’s love and kindness, and open ourselves to allow Him to dwell within our hearts. Let us realise just how fortunate we are that God has endeavored to walk alongside us and to guide us in our journey of faith through life. May the Lord be with us always and may He empower each and every one of us to love Him ever more genuinely from now on.

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