Easter Reflections: April 19, 2018 Thursday of the Third Week of Easter

by Rev. Michael Goode, CPPS, Kansas City Province

Life flows forth to us from all the Scripture readings for this ever so special time of Easter as it does from all the sacred Scriptures. God uses people to help people get in touch with the deepest longings of the human heart that are planted in us by God’s love. Phillip, in the Acts passage is an instrument of instruction (which is patience, wisdom, acceptance, knowledge and care) shared with the Ethiopian as he is open by the Spirit. God, in becoming a human being in Jesus Christ is sharing with us Life in our very humanity. The whole lesson for today in the Scriptures is that caring for another is essential for the Word to be shared. The Eucharist in which we share in the Bread of Life encompasses all caring, mercy, love, forgiveness, patience, self-sacrifice for others, and wisdom offered in the daily challenges of our lives as Christians. This is essential for Christianity and for the welfare of the whole of humanity in daily living. Life is offered, received, shared!

2018-04-19T08:52:06+00:00April 12th, 2018|Weekly Wine Press|