Today's Scriptural Meditation Readings:
November 7, A.D. 2002
A brief reflection on today's Scripture passages:
In today's First Reading from St. Paul, we learn an important sign of
progress in the Spiritual life. It is that, what we once thought was
important, is now of little value in light of God's unsurpassing love
for us. It is this "right perspective", the fruit of faithfulness to the
Faithful One, that puts everything in order. Of even greater worth is
the knowledge and understanding that God remains faithful, even when we
are not, and moreover, cancels all our transgressions against Him
whenever we turn to Him with humbled and contrite hearts.
What a joy to know that unlike human relationships that suffer sometimes
irreparable damage because of being unfaithful, our relationship with
God is always restorable. In and through the saving blood of Christ we
are created anew, washed clean in the Blood of the Lamb, become again as
white as snow.
Praise Jesus for His saving and restoring love.
"Let hearts rejoice who search for the Lord." (Ps 105:3) They will find
- Donna Raye Nelson, ocds (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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