Readings of the day:
Psalm 33:4-5, 18-19, 20, 22
2 Timothy 1:8b-10
Lord, It is good that we are here. -Matthew 17:4
In the presence of God’s glory, Peter out of delight wanted to build tents where they would always occupy in his sight(I do agree with him, nobody taste such great gift and would want to leave). We have this opportunity when we share in the sacred mysteries on the table of the Lord, for the glory of Christ is seen once more; with elegant voice, we should always exclaim at this point, “Lord, it is good that we are here”. For what can be more good, in receiving the body and blood of Christ in our weak hearts.
With this in our heart, we should journey on with the Lord in the direction he’s leading us(the good Shepherd). The joy of the gospel should be our utmost delight, counting always on the grace bestowed on us in Christ Jesus.
This season of Lent avails us the chance to draw closer to God, listening to his words, growing in love and doing his will. Let us cast our trust in him who is abundantly rich in mercy.
Happy Sunday my Friends!
Peace and Love of Christ!