Jesus demonstrates love through miracles
Let us do deeds of love.
Which one of you doesn’t like it? Such a person is not here, but someone will say it is just him. It is said to be a problem today, but many psychologists claim that it is only the problem of expressing your love.
The possessor wanted to go with Jesus, but he told him, “Go home
to yours, and declare unto them how great things the Lord hath done unto thee, and how thou hast done thee he had mercy ”(Mark 5:19).
So about 2,000 pigs is a pretty big asset: They could be big shops. And some wandering teacher kills them. That’s probably the owner of pigs properly angry, so much so that they did not realize much of a man who, in a few words, experience about 2,000 enemies. That is a powerful word.
Today, it may seem to us that miracles do not happen, and even if something happens unusual, it is an attempt to explain it “intellectually.” But God still works in the world; he is here among us; in a moment, the bread and wine will be transformed into the living Christ. But what everyday life. There, too, Jesus is present in every brother, in every sister. He does no miracles there. Many people die of hunger; he could multiply a piece of bread.
Many people suffer from problems; he could do some miracles. But he did the miracle makes dear believers! He has given us the commandment of love and also gives us the strength to abide by him if he is, please. And we are to live this love! How many people do we meet on the street, and how many would they need help? And we are obliged to help; we are obliged to give to our neighbors this love. Or will we wait for someone else to do it for us? You know we care about every single person! We don’t want to be like the inhabitants of its cities that expelled Christ because he helped “only” a poor man and not them.
Even because of him, they lost property, and they only loved property, poor thing, who needed help they are not interested. And yet, we care more about our neighbors than on the property. Many saints gave away their possessions and went to serve the poor and sick. We don’t have to give up property, but our hands can be ready for kind help to a neighbor.
Many miracles can happen with our hands, as the story of a certain hunter mentions from Africa. He once saw a fox in the desert. She could be seen not having hind legs, crawling on her front. The hunter saw that she had lost them long ago and watched her because he was curious, like in fact, he can survive when he can’t grab food. He found himself watching one lion and finished eating the remnants of his prey. You said how wise God is to arrange it this way. However, when
he was walking through a settlement, he saw an indigenous girl who had no hands. He asked, and he learned that she was born that way. “Why did the Lord affect her in this way? Why did you allow her to be tormented, the hunter asked God. And the Lord said to him, “Help her; yet I created them you. ”
God gives everyone different opportunities, different talents but gives each of us a chance to help our neighbors. We don’t just have to go to Africa to feed the hungry; we have had needy enough here. Let’s help each other. Let’s help with love. Jesus gave us an example of his love, but neither he expected gratitude nor received it, let us do it only that the love which he hath given us may shine forth among us.
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