If we are honest with ourselves and Jesus we can admit we are not worthy to receive Him in The Most Holy Eucharist. And yet, He invites us unceasingly. As we approach His table, this and gratitude should be at the forefront of our thoughts. Alleluia, Alleluia!
The prophets of the Old Testament testified about Jesus. Mama Mary testified about Jesus. Jesus testified about The Father. And the Apostles testified about Jesus and the Holy Spirit. Are we providing our testimony of the "Good News?" Alleluia, Alleluia!
Jesus is always accessible and so are solutions and assistance with all of our problems. He wants to help and He wants us to ask. We just have to make ourselves accessible to His grace. Alleluia, Alleluia!
A loving relationship with God, that is first and foremost, brings order and simplicity. We walk in His truth and see everything here for what it is - temporary; and either a hinderance or a help. This reduces our anxiety and worry and brings a peace and joy that only He can provide. This Divine Mercy Sunday provides yet another jump off opportunity for change. We only have to trust. Alleluia, Alleluia!
Our God who created everything as we know it and whose existence spans all of it; is also in the littlest details - The Eucharist, our Spirit, every act of love and second of time. How blessed we are in each and every moment. Alleluia, Alleluia!
We may be tempted to take shortcuts; "to get there faster." But God has encounters and events along the entire journey to bring about His desired changes in our lives and of those we meet. Stay the course and follow the path the Lord has set before us. There will be much rejoicing. Alleluia, Alleluia!