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Cm-9.3.13 1st This. 5.1-6, 9-11  Ps.27. 1, 4, 13-14  Lk. 4. 31-37

Cosmic connection: clear blue skies, not to chilly about dawn

Question of the day: from what evil or the effects of evil would I like Jesus to cleanse me of today?

Light and darkness

We are not part of the night,

Our deeds are deeds of light,

Done for the good of others

We delve into virtue allowing the Lord to grace our sharpness.

In the land of the living I shall see the good things of the Lord.

The Lord is our light and salvation, whom need we fear.

Along the way times of good companionship and good cheer,

A good night’s sleep leaves us much restored.

Astonishment and amazement the people experience after seeing Jesus rid the man of his demons.

This demon recognized Jesus and his power and authority.

Because of this cleansing news of Jesus spread throughout the land because of his approachability.

‘A great prophet has arisen in our midst,’

The demon did not resist.

 

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Cm-9.1.13  Sir. 3. 17-18, 20, 28-29  Ps. 68. 4-5, 6-7, 10-11 Heb. 12.

18-19, 22-24A

Cosmic connection: clear beautiful blue skies, a crow cawing in the wind

Question of the day:  How can I reach out to help the poor, the sick or the lonely?

Humility, a word coming from the earth,

Central too many religions,

A core virtue of modesty and respect more than a smidgeon.

Always the Lord makes a home for the poor

In beauty we look and seek for the grandeur.

Defender of widows providing for the needy,

Whatever god does is quite speedy.

The parable of the invitation comes to us this day. 

We must not take first the high places,

But seek the lowest so that we might be invited higher, 

Then in our joy will  not guess what might transpire. 

Take the yoke of Jesus upon your shoulders,

For He is meek and humble of heart.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

                                                                                                                                                          

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