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They will respect my beloved Son

Psalm 139:23-24: Search me, O God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts. See if there is any offensive way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting.
  Let us Pray ...
Heavenly Father, Almighty God, we know you are the one who "searches hearts and minds." Yet because of the grace you demonstrated in Jesus, we are confident that you love us. Our heart is sorry for the sin we have committed, but we are really trying to serve you in honor and purity. Please fill us with your Spirit to enable us to become more like Christ. In the name Infant Jesus we pray. Amen.
  Today's Readings ... (March 07, 2011)
Memorial of Saint Perpetua and Saint Felicity, martyrs
First Reading:  Tobit 1:3;2:1a-8
Responsorial Psalm:  Psalm 112:1b-2,3b-4,5-6
Gospel:  Mark 12:1-12
  Meditation on Today's Gospel: (Mark 12:1-12)
Jesus' spectators would appreciate this parable of today as referring to God's dealing with a stubborn and unruly people. It splendidly conveys some significant truths about God and the way he deal with his people. First, it informs us of God's kindness and trust. The vineyard is well ready with everything the tenants need. The owner went away and left the vineyard in the hands of the occupant. God, likewise trusts us enough to give us liberty to run life as we choose. This fable also tells us of God's patience and impartiality. Not once, but many times he forgives the occupant their debts. But while the tenants take advantage of the owner's patience, his ruling and justice prevail in the end. Jesus foretell both his death and his final triumph. He knew he would be discarded and be killed, but he also knew that would not be the end. After refusal would come to glory - the glory of resurrection and ascension to the right hand of the Father. How do we spread in this glory to everyone? By submitting to Jesus' Kingly rule in our lives. Jesus assures that we will bear much if we put up with in him. The Lord entrusts his gifts to each of us and he gives us work to perform in his vineyard - the body of Christ. He promises that our toil will not be in vain if we continue with faith to the end. We can expect trials and even harassment. But in the end we will see triumph. Do we labor for the Lord with wonderful wish and with confidence in his victory?
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