WEDNESDAY 29 JANUARY
Mark 4, 1-20:
“The sower went out to sow… Some fell by the wayside… Some fell on rocky ground… A little more fell among the brambles… The rest fell on good soil.
When I read, meditate and pray with this parable, I feel identified with all the places where the seed of the Word falls.
I identify with the edge of the road, with the stony ground, with the field full of brambles and also with the good soil.
And I think that is normal because we all have something of all of them.
But I also think that the important thing is that the good soil gains in value from the other types of soil.
And this is the work of every day: removing thorns, removing stones and removing brambles and thorns so that the Word of God grows and bears fruit in us every day with more strength and vigor.
Work hard so that your good soil will have more square meters every day.
I wish you that your good soil will grow a lot today.
Antonio María Sanjuán Marín, cmf