This Sunday's Gospel reminds us very strongly that we neither know the time of day or hour when your time runs out. I'm also reminded very eerily about a famous Taiwanese/Canadian actor who just collapsed while filming this past week and died of cardiac arrest. He was filming a Chinese production called "Chase Me" and … Continue reading Which one are you?
"Jesus, remember me, when you come into your kingdom" - This line was spawned by this week's Gospel events. I remember this catchy line which was turned into a meditation piece. The first time I heard it, I was confused about the context until I read the text and remembered its the words of the … Continue reading Remember me
This Sunday's Gospel speaks of testifying in apocalyptical times. Wars, earthquakes, famines and pestilence. Yet all these struggles of humanity have been happening since time immemorial. Christianity was born through a great struggle and persecution of the early fathers. They testified and the faith lived on. The atrocities continue to this day and age. Wars, … Continue reading Testify
In this Sunday's Gospel, Jesus again uses a "sinner" like Zachaeus to tell us that he has come to save everyone in this world. Including those we deem are living a lifestyle that is wrong. In the first place, its not for us to judge others. Zachaeus was a chief tax collector and he was … Continue reading Open house
This Sunday's Gospel is about humility and how we are to be humble especially in front of God. The Pharisees were known to obey the law of the time to the latter and even more, for example they fasted twice a week whilst the requirement was only once a year. But obeying the law is … Continue reading Humility and love
This Sunday's gospel is a straight forward message. Pray ceaselessly and be persistent. The analogy used is an unjust judge who eventually gives in to widow's demand for justice so that she does not bother him anymore. What more would God do for his children? Well the way I see it, whenever we're in need, … Continue reading Don’t give up
This week's Gospel is a simple reminder to us to be thankful for all that we have been blessed with. Do we identify with the 9 lepers that did not return to thank Jesus or do we identify with the one that did? Myself, after going through the whole experience of having a heart issue … Continue reading Thank you