Monday 15 May 2017

About Today Readings

Acts 14:5-18. Psalms 113B(115):1-4, 15-16. John 14:21-26.

Not to us, O Lord, but to your name give the glory — Psalms 113B(115):1-4, 15-16.

‘The Holy Spirit will remind you of all that I have taught you.’

Next time we make the Sign of the Cross, let us take a moment to reflect on those persons of God. Each one is creating me, drawing me to a place of wholeness.

I am created by God, I am shown the way by Jesus, and the Holy Spirit provides a sense of adventure in my becoming. The gifts of the Holy Spirit offer the chance of creativity in an otherwise dull, unexamined existence.

I ask this question in my prayer: ‘Do I make a difference in my small world?’ Each of us can bring a little order, a sense of life and beauty, to those around us, by working with the Holy Spirit.

Let us give thanks for those in our world who show courage amidst chaos and darkness. And let us lean on the Holy Spirit for our next day.

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