Do you hate to ask for help? Does your prayer request seem inconsequential? Do you feel like your pain or troubles or needs are somehow smaller than everyone else’s? I notice this frequently: people asking for prayers or help and then qualifying it with something that sounds like this, “I know it’s only insert major loss or health problem which is no big deal in light of other’s people’s problems, but would you mind doing x for me?” Wait a minute. Stop right there!
It was a beautiful summer evening, the first Friday night of the season, and I was on my way to the store for some Pedialyte and Desitin. The only thing worse than a stomach bug in January is a stomach bug in June.
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What was once a great testament to the faith is now suffering in the passage of time.
In the gospel today, Jesus gives his disciples another parable to help them understand what he means when he talks about the Kingdom of Heaven. He doesn’t describe it, but instead lets us know that seeking and finding it will require effort and sacrifice.
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