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  • P. Martin

Reflection of the Word of God, First Sunday of Advent, November 27th 2022


Sunday Readings:

Is 2, 1-5; Rom 13,11-14; Mt 24,37-44

The Word of God does not tell us when the end of the world will be, what it does tell us is how we must live to be prepared: not in orgies and drunkenness, not in promiscuity and lust, not in rivalry and jealousy, rather, the Word of God exhorts us to be prudent, to live with dignity.

We all must die and the end of the world for each one is his own death. Just as we do not know when the end of the world will be, we do not know in principle when our death will be. It is important to be aware of this and try to live each day in truth, goodness, justice, fidelity, and love that puts us in a relationship with God.

Jesus comes as a savior who rescues us from the finitude of death and evil in all its forms. The encounter with him is joyful news, a message of hope and consolation, since it means that sin, evil, and death have been defeated by Christ and if he comes it is to make us participate in his victory.



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