HOMILY OF FRIDAY OF THE THIRTY- FOURTH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR (A)
R1:- Revelation 20:1-4.11-21:2
PS:- 84:3.4.5-6 and 8a(R.21:3b)
Accl:- Luke 21:28
Gosp:- Luke 21:29-33
When we judge our ways of living with the thought of eternity, we will not fall prey into the hands of Satan despite all his threat and seductions.
Moreover, when Satan is seized and thrown into the bottomless pit, all those who refused to drink from his wine will reign with Christ. Rev 20:1-4,11-21:2
All will not end in sorrow for those who put their trust in God. In all situation, let us keep our souls unstained. History is taking us somewhere.
This world, where we are ready to do ANYTHING to survive, is not, and cannot be all there is. Or else, there will be imbalance in creation. God made all things graciously. He will surely give us enough joy to balance our afflictions; for those days when we knew misfortune.
May our pains bring us gains.