Daily Gospel Reflection for March 24, 2018

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Today’s Gospel: John 11:45-56

They looked for Jesus and said to one another as they were in the temple area, “What do you think? That he will not come to the feast?” John 11:56

In today’s Gospel, the people are wondering if Jesus will show up for the Passover Feast. They were, of course, referring to the feast which became the Last Supper; but did anyone suspect that Jesus would become the Passover feast?

There have been times in my life when I too have wondered if Jesus would show up. Times when I have been in destress and worried. The time I was laid off from work, the time a family member was ill, the time my marriage was rocky …the time my son passed away.

At times like this it becomes a time of waiting and a time of faith. Tomorrow marks 15 years from when I had my reconversion to my faith. Fifteen years ago – God reminded me that He did show up. He reminded me that He was there at my baptism, at my confirmation, and walked alongside me all through my life; but until 15 years ago I did not look for Him.

My conversion led me to change my life and know and trust that God loved me. Really loved me. Even with this big conversion, I still doubt sometimes. Maybe you do too.

Ponder:

As we prepare for entering into Holy Week – our own Passover – reflect on how you might trust that Jesus will show up in your life and struggles.

Pray:

Dear Jesus, please show me the ways in which You have showed up in my life. Help me to trust that You will be with me always.


Copyright 2018 Sharon Wilson

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