Posted by: vftmom247 | 2013/03/03

The Taylor Family Mission

This one is not originally from me. Our priest here in Süsterseel,Germany does a daily riff off the day’s Gospel. In German. Then, I translate it into English, and after sending it back to him for a re-check,it goes all over the world. Literally.

Third Sunday of Lent

Gospel: Luke 13:1-9

I will cultivate the ground around it and fertilize it. (Lk 13.8)

The gardner speaks for the fig tree that bears no fruit. This is a symbol not only for Christ but also for us. Even if we see many problems, just when the world around us threatens to always be worse then, not our judgment, but rather our intercession is announced. It is easy to condemn the miserable condition of the world. It is easy to deliver a stern lecture. It is easy to condemn all injustice and to say with the words of Jesus: “You’ll die in…

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