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Friday, April 17, 2015

God’s mercy is scandalous. But let’s not mock it by persisting in our sins - Daily Bible Reflections April 17,2015

JESUS SPEAKS
THROUGH STANLEY
 
“If... it comes from God, you will not be able to destroy them….” – Acts 5:39
 
       The story of Stanley Villavicencio’s miraculous healing and encounter with Jesus will be difficult for cynics to question. One of the doctors assigned to him, a board topnotcher at that, entered the seminary and is now a priest. All because he witnessed the miracle himself! And Stanley lived for 20 more years to witness and proclaim around the world the Divine Mercy of God.
       Here’s a gist for those who do not know Stanley’s story: He was clinically dead for three days during which time, he was face to face with Jesus who confronted him with his life. Jesus told him to go back to earth and spread His Divine Mercy. Meanwhile, his kin were making burial arrangements when, all of a sudden, he came back to life.
       They said you will know if something is from the Lord by its fruits. Well, his life testimony bore hundreds of conversions and miracles. As a verse from today’s reading goes, “If... it comes from God, you will not be able to destroy them….” Cristy Galang (cristy_cc@yahoo.com)
 
Reflection: God’s mercy is scandalous. But let’s not mock it by persisting in our sins.
 
Jesus the Divine Mercy, I trust in You. Please give me the grace to spread Your mercy to others while the time of judgment has not yet come, because no one can escape Your judgment. Let all turn to You now while it is still Your era of mercy. Amen.
 
St. Katéri Tekakwitha, virgin, pray for us.

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