" "What a tremendous delight, my God! To spend over fifteen hours without anything else to do but but look at you and tell you, 'Lord I Love You'." - Blessed Charles de Foucauld

Sunday, September 25, 2016

That We May Have Eyes to See and a Heart to Respond

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In today’s Gospel we are reminded of the form God’s justice will take – each of us will be held accountable for the things we have done and that we have failed to do, the manner in which we have loved others or failed to do so. It really is that simple.

Stop acting like others are there to serve us; serve others first. There are Lazarus’ all around us - most of the time we either don’t see them or consciously chose to ignore them. 


If we don’t open our eyes and lend a helping hand now, we will be in the same plight as the rich man in today’s Gospel. When we know the truth and fail to act on it, we condemn ourselves to eternal punishment. Is it time to change the way we live?

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