Monday of the 7th Week of Easter

Acts 19:1-8; John 16:29-33

Jesus’ Departure

OTHER HOMILY SOURCES from Marino J. Dasmarinas

2017 Friday, May 26, 2017

Reflection for Monday May 29, Seventh Week of Easter: John 16:29-33

A young man aimed for worldly riches and greatness in his chosen field of endeavour. By his hard work he was able to achieve his aim. He thought that it would be his crowning glory but he aimed for more riches. In doing so he had no peace and contentment, he became worldly and an animal of this world.

Jesus tells us in the gospel for this Monday, You will have peace in me, in this world you will have trouble (John 16:33). Many of us allow ourselves to be enslaved by this world up to this very moment. Until we get sick, until we are near death and the reason behind is we keep on chasing the temporal riches and power of this world. Which in reality will not give us good health, peace and contentment.

Jesus offers us His peace. Peace that no one can give us, peace that money can’t buy and peace that we can have even beyond this world.

Let us wholeheartedly accept this and the moment we do we would begin to free ourselves from the possession of this world. In doing so, we will not live for this world anymore and we will not be concerned anymore about others opinion toward us. For the simple reason that we already have the peace of Jesus in our hearts.

Would you accept the peace that Jesus is offering you? – Marino J. Dasmarinas

Source: mjdasma.blogspot.com/2017/05/reflection-for-monday-may-29-seventh.html

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