June 27, 2020

Mt 8:5-17

 

The centurion’s humble statement has become so much more meaningful since it is the people’s response to the invitation to Communion. How beautiful is the soldier’s care for his servant expressed in his humble and faithful appeal to Jesus.

Especially in the most difficult times we must remember the truth to the words of the Prophet Isaiah. We pray in thanksgiving for all you have done and continue to do for us.

 

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