Wednesday of the Thirtieth Week of Ordinary Time

 Rm. 8:26-30 | Ps. 13:4-6 | Lk. 13:22-30

Paul reminds us that it is the Holy Spirit who lives and dwells in us who will help us as we live our lives.  The Holy Spirit is the gift we have that calls us to want to do and be for God and others.  It is the Holy Spirit who teaches us and really prays for us and on our behalf.

Jesus continues to try to teach us that we do not automatically receive a golden pass into heaven through our baptism.  We must live each day with love, care and concern for all those who come into our lives.  Through our continued striving to do God’s will, we will be able to enter into the Kingdom of God.  Knowing the right words does not give us an automatic ticket.  However, living a life of love brings us to live life for others.

Pause to consider how often you communicate with the Holy Spirit.  How often do you ask the Holy Spirit to show you what to do?  How well do you listen when the Holy Spirit suggests that you should do things differently?  Ask the Holy Spirit to help you become more aware of His life in you.

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