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Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Is God asking you to do something and you feel that you are not equipped? Just say “yes” to God and He will take care of the rest - Daily Bible Reflections July 20.2016


JUST SAY YES
 
“I know not how to speak; I am too young.” – Jeremiah 1:6
 
Brendon Burchard was 19 when he figured in a terrible car accident that almost took his life. That night, he came face to face with mortality that made him ask these three questions: Did I live? Did I love? Did I matter?
       He shared these questions with a few friends and some of them encouraged him to talk about his story more. But he was afraid to. He wanted to change people’s lives with this message but he didn’t know how to go about it. One night, he heard Tony Robbins on TV give this message: “You have unlimited personal power to live the life you desire and make a difference, and I can help you tap into it.” That night, he bought Tony’s audio program and listened to it over and over. Inspired by Tony and other self-help gurus, Brendon later became known as “an expert at helping people become experts.” He is now a bestselling author, a motivational speaker, life coach, etc.
         God called Jeremiah to be a prophet but he felt he was too young for that and didn’t know how to deliver God’s message. Remember, when God appoints, He anoints. Whatever is lacking in us, God will supply. All He wants is our yes. Judith Concepcion (svp_jmc@yahoo.com)
 
Reflection: Is God asking you to do something and you feel that you are not equipped? Just say “yes” to God and He will take care of the rest.
 
Lord, I’m afraid to say yes because I feel inadequate. Help me trust You as You equip me for the mission at hand.
 
St. Apollinaris, pray for us.

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

How can you use your time, talent or treasure to proclaim the Gospel of the Kingdom today? - Daily Bible Reflections July 5, 2016


GOD’S WORKFORCE
 
Then he said to his disciples,“The harvest is abundant but the laborers are few; so ask the master of the harvest to send out laborers for his harvest.” – Matthew 9:37-38
 
    They are both full-time employees. They work at our school from Monday to Friday, eight hours a day. But after work, in the evenings and on weekends, they both find time to do something more. With her husband, she ministers to married couples through Marriage Encounter weekends. He helps facilitate spiritual retreats for teenagers, helping them realize the power of the Holy Spirit within them. She serves as commentator at weeknight Masses once a month. He spends time with those who live in poverty, sharing with them the Good News about God's love.
       In the Gospel today, Jesus went to the towns and villages, teaching, proclaiming the Gospel of the Kingdom, and curing every disease. He set the example and asked His disciples to do the same. In our busy schedules as employees, entrepreneurs or homemakers, it’s easy for us to leave the work of the Kingdom to those who have chosen full-time service or the religious life. But in truth, all of us are called to be laborers for His harvest — to make God's work our work in whatever simple way we can. In the end, what joy it will be to know that we have been part of His workforce on earth! Geraldine G. Catral (catral.geegee@beaconschool.ph)
 
Reflection: How can you use your time, talent or treasure to proclaim the Gospel of the Kingdom today?
 
Lord, thank You for calling me to be part of Your workforce. As I say yes to You, equip me for the work ahead.

St. Anthony Zaccaria, priest, pray for us.

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