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Isaiah 55:8-9: My thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways," declares the Lord. "As the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts.
  Let us Pray ...
Heavenly Father, thank you for being so patient with us when we cannot fully understand and appreciate your holy and transcendent character. Thank you for sending Jesus so we can know you better and trust you to know us better than we know ourselves. We look forward to seeing you face to face when Jesus comes to bring us home. Until that day, please know we love you. In the name of Infant Jesus we pray. Amen.
  Today's Readings ... (March 03, 2011)
Thursday of the Eighth Week in Ordinary Time (Novena Day)
First Reading:  Sir 42:15-25
Responsorial Psalm:  Psalm 33:2-3,4-5,6-7,8-9
Gospel:  Mark 10:46-52
  Meditation on Today's Gospel: (Mark 10:46-52)
Jesus was on his way to commemorate the Passover in Jerusalem and a group of pilgrims followed him. When the mob tried to silence the blind man he overpowered them with his touching outburst and thus caught the thought of Jesus. This incident make known something significant about how God interacts with us. The blind man was strong-minded to get Jesus' notice and he was persistent in the face of resistance. Jesus could have ignored or rebuffed him since he was disturbing his talk and his spectators. Jesus showed that acting was more significant than talking. This man was in desperate require and Jesus was complete, not only to empathize with his pain, but to relieve it as well. A great orator can command attention and respect, but a man or woman with a helping hand and a great heart is love more that giving a financial help. Jesus commends Bartimaeus for distinguishing who he is with the eyes of faith and grants him bodily sight as well. Do you recognize your need for God's curative grace and do you seek Jesus out, like Bartimaeus, with unrelenting faith and trust in his goodness and mercy.


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