June 19, 2020

Mt 11:25-30

Jesus praises his Father for revealing to simple, ordinary people, those most receptive to Jesus, that which is hidden from those considered experts but whose arrogance and self-righteousness blocks their understanding of God and God’s will. Jesus goes on to invite all searching for truth to come to him, the dwelling place of God’s wisdom.

Your law, divine law is a gift my God. I pray for those who do not understand and for those who use your law for their own selfish purposes.

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