Serving the Word: Mt 11: 16-19


Matthew 11, 16-19:
“This generation is like children sitting in the square shouting to one another: we have played the flute, and you have not danced; we have sung lamentations, and you have not wept.

There are people who are never satisfied with what others are doing. They always have the “but” in their hands and in their mouths.
That is why Jesus advises us to act always from the wisdom of God.
If we try to live our lives always based on that wisdom, we can never be afraid of being criticized or rejected or persecuted.
From our faith, our intention and attention is not focused on pleasing men but on pleasing God.
We should never care about the “what they will say,” the opinion of the people around us, or false and flattering applause.
God marks out our paths and with Him we tread them.
Ask the Lord today for his wisdom to follow them.
Good day.

Antonio María Sanjuán Marín, cmf

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