Get Adobe Flash player

350 ปีแห่งการสถาปนา มิสซังสยาม

พระคัมภีร์พันธสัญญาใหม่

รณรงค์อ่านพระคัมภีร์ในครอบครัว

readstmark

สถิติการเยี่ยมชม

000819871
Today
Yesterday
Last Week
Last Month
All days
188
2538
786479
53158
819871
Your IP: 18.206.168.65
2019-03-19 02:24

bibleeveryday

11th March 2019 Monday 1st Week of Lent

Reflections
Leviticus 19:1-2, 11-18, Matthew 25:31-46

"A terrible hunger for love"
“You must love your neighbour as yourself” (Leviticus 19:18)

Lent is a time to deepen our relationship with God and the people around us. This is because our Christian faith is not about ‘God and I’, but rather ‘God, others and I’.

Today, Jesus, our King and Master, identifies Himself with the poorest of the poor. Who are the poorest of the poor in our society today? They are the materially poor as well as the spiritually poor. Giving alms and donations during this time of lent is a wonderful thing to do. Yet let us go a step further and see how we can help bring love and meaning to those who are spiritually poor, especially the people close to us.

Let us ask Jesus to open our eyes and recognise the hunger for love in the people around us.

Question for reflection:
1) Today, who are the people whom I can bring love to?

search

เรียนพระคัมภีร์กับคุณพ่อสมเกียรติ

S 20815889

คลิปวีดีโอเสียงประกาศก