We celebrate the coming of Christ into our lives and into our hearts! No party , no present can beat that. May the peace of Christ always be with you ..
This weekend's Gospel tell us of the obedience of Joseph. When he found out that Mary was with child, he wanted to send her away quietly. But he had a dream and an angel to told him to go on with the plan to marry Mary and to look after her son. That must have … Continue reading Obedience
Today's Gospel recounts the time John the Baptist asked his disciples to ask Jesus, “Are you he who is to come, or shall we look for another?” I've always toyed with the idea that even if Jesus came into the world today and did the miracles he did and said the things he said, we … Continue reading Are you He?
Today's Gospel speaks of John the Baptist, who is asked to announce the coming of a Jesus. He says to the Pharisees and Sadducees "bear fruits that befits repentance". This line struck a chord with me. As we start to prepare for the coming of the Lord in Christmas, we sometimes start to think about … Continue reading Are you fruitful?
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