031102 Finding God in the Mystery of every day
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Acts 28: 2 And the natives[a] showed us unusual kindness; for they kindled a fire and made us all welcome, because of the rain that was falling and because of the cold.
In a scene no doubt oft repeated around the globe people rely on one another for simple kindness and care regardless of the circumstances. Sometimes a shared experience of danger or privation helps to make us more aware of the need to reach out to help someone else.
As the winter heating season is upon us there is little doubt that there are some who may “slip through the cracks” of our social safety nets. Sometimes it is as simple as a few gallons of kerosene. Sometimes it is as complex as helping with housing, or a whole home renovation. Some of these projects require the gathering of resources both human and monetary. We will never know unless we ask. People are proud, and the approaching Nativity season rather heightens those particular sensitivities.
It is not for you or I to judge the fortunes of others. Very simply we need to be the eyes, hands and feet of Jesus in a desperate seeking world.
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