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Today's Scriptural Meditation Readings:

April 22, A.D. 2005


Acts 13:26-33
Psalm 2:6-11
John 14:1-6


A brief reflection on today's Scripture passages:

"Do not let your hearts be troubled. . ."

Our Holy Father of recent memory began his episcopate with the words, "Be not afraid." Jesus says something similar today. Do not be troubled. Believe in God and believe in Me.

Each morning as we wake and turn our attention to God, we do well to remember that Jesus is "the way, the truth, and the life." He is the way to theFather, the single door through which all humanity enters the throneroom of God.

He is the truth of God the Father, the full exposition of the Father's rich and faithful love for us. He loves us intensely, entirely, and completely. He loved us into being and he will love us into eternity.

Jesus is the life of eternity. There is no meaning beyond the present day without Jesus. There is no hope, no light, no rising in the morning without Jesus. Jesus is the true light of God, the Son and The Sun, and He is Life for all eternity.

So each morning we do well to remind ourselves that Jesus is the Way, the Truth, and the Life. We find all meaning through Him.

- JuandelaCruz
(http://floscarmeli.stblogs.org)

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