Serving the Word: 28th October


Luke 6, 12-19:
“Jesus went out into the hills to pray, and spent the night in prayer to God. And when it was morning, he called his disciples to him and chose from among them twelve, whom he also named apostles.

The Gospel of St. Luke presents Jesus praying whenever he has to make an important decision in his life.
One of these decisions is the moment when he has to choose twelve of his disciples as pillars of the new Church he is founding.
In these important decisions Jesus wants to be in special touch with the Father to discover and accept his will.
His criteria for discernment will always be to do the will of his Father and the good of others.
● What are your criteria for discernment in the decisions you make throughout your life?
● What scales do you use in making your important decisions?
● Do you use the Word of God in making your choices?
● Does your faith have anything to say about the choices and decisions you make in your daily life?
Good day.

Antonio Maria Sanjuan Marin, cmf

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