This week's reflection focuses on reconciliation as we approach National Sorry Day (26 May), Reconciliation Sunday (26 May or 3 June) and Reconciliation Week (27 May - 3 June).
Reflection of the week
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In this season of Advent, leading up to the celebration of the birth of a King, take a moment to stop, and to think: Why was Jesus born in the first place?
He, himself, gives us the answer:
Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die.” – John 11:25
No ordinary baby, no ordinary man, Jesus came to earth with an extraodinary mission. He came to grant life to those who believe in him – life beyond what we experience here on earth, right now.
Jesus, thank you for becoming the Son of Man. You left your heavenly glory for an earthly stable, giving everything – including your own life – so that we may have true life again. Help me remember this and treasure it in my heart, all of my days. Amen.
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