Today's Scriptural Meditation Readings:
November 25, A.D. 2005
Daniel 3:75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81
A brief reflection on today's Scripture passages:
All things will pass away, but the words of the Word of God will remain
People were asking Jesus what they should expect. They wanted to know
signs of the times. When would He be returning, when was He coming
them. Jesus gave them what must have been a very unsatisfactory answer
the time. "You know when spring is coming, you can see it in the buds
blossoms of the trees." The signs of the times are very clear. He
announces that the kingdom of God is near. In fact, it is very near
In about ten verses, Luke embarks on the passion narrative. Jesus is
to enter eternity and make present and eternal the Kingdom of God.
As a result, we don't need signs. All of this has already happened and
of it affects all of time. The Kingdom of God is with us, at hand,
us to enter and to be with God. Talking to God is something we are
privileged to do at any time. The door to the Father has been opened.
wait no longer. But soon, soon, we enter a time of waiting, a time
which we reflect upon those times in which the Kingdom was not so clear
so present. We live in the Eternal Presence. We are privileged to have
Himself as our Food. We are children of a Divine Father and we know
The kingdom is at hand--just reach out to touch it.
Heaven and earth shall pass away, but these words of the Lord, His
presence with us, shall never be vanquished. We are more than
through Christ. He is our King and our Triumph.
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