Romans 16: 3-9, 16, 22-27. I will praise your name forever, Lord – Psalm 144 (145): 2-5, 10-11. Luke 16: 9-15.
May I please God
Lord, in this enigmatic teaching you draw me to think of two things: first, that nothing I have is really mine, what I have today is given to me to cultivate and share with others; second, that I am trustworthy, that I keep my word and that I am honest with others. Don’t let me project more than I really am, let me be humble about my limits. Jesus, you were even at the expense of the favor of influential members of society. Like you, may I prefer to please God rather than accumulate worldly goods or esteem.
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