331/365 In the realm of man, language is not universal because in even the most similar of languages, what means something positive in one, might stand for something rather uncomfortable in the other. Language is therefore best interpreted in context. The centurion we encounter today mentioned that He had authority and this he expressed thus:... Continue Reading →
IS THERE A WORD FOR YOU?
DAY 241 OF 365 IN 2021 IS THERE A WORD FOR YOU? Can you find the word of the Lord that speaks directly to your current situation? The sequence of events in today's Gospel is eye-catching : Jesus walks into the synagogue as his custom, was handed the scroll of the prophet Isaiah and found... Continue Reading →
A PLACE FOR HIS SOVEREIGNTY
DAY 172 OF 365 IN 2021 A PLACE FOR HIS SOVEREIGNTY There are stories in the news that we hear on a daily basis that are hard to believe, they literally sound as if they have been cooked up from the genius imagination of a modern writer of fiction. If Abram's story has no place... Continue Reading →
ONE WORD ON YOUR BEHALF
Saturday: August 29, 2020 Reference: Mark 6:17-29 Today's Gospel always thrusts multiple characters into the spotlight: we could begin with Herod- the King who just because he got excited, made an oath without paying attention to the aftermath. Or Herodias, who held a grudge for so long that it had to take the head of... Continue Reading →