August 14, 2018

Matthew 18:1-5, 10, 12-14

In a society focused on status and position, the disciples ask their question about the greatest in God’s kingdom. In response Jesus points to a lowly child, one without status. He also talks about a sinner, one who has gone astray. Just as the shepherd seeks his lost sheep, the Father seeks and welcomes the return of those lost to sin.

Even at my worst I am not lost in your eyes. As insignificant as I might feel, I still have value.

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A spiritual reflection on the daily readings that help cultivate a pattern of daily prayer and a deepening relationship with God


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