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One Minute Reflection – 15 December – Friday of the Second Week of Advent

One Minute Reflection – 15 December – Friday of the Second Week of Advent

Therefore, stay awake, for you know neither the day nor the hour...Matthew 25:13matthew 25 13 - 15 dec 2017

REFLECTION – “To prevent His disciples from asking the time of His coming, Christ said: About that hour no one knows, neither the angels nor the Son.   It is not for you to know times or moments.   He has kept those things hidden so that we may keep watch, each of us thinking that He will come in our own day. If He had revealed the time of His coming, His coming would have lost its savour:  it would no longer be an object of yearning for the nations and the age in which it will be revealed.   He promised that He would come but did not say when He would come and so, all generations and ages await Him eagerly.”…St Ephrem (306-373) Father & Doctor of the Churchhe promised that he would come - st ephrem - 15 dec 2017

PRAYER – Holy God, keep us ever alert and watchful, making straight the paths of Your Son, as we await His coming.   It is within our hearts that we need to straighten all things, for if all hearts are ready, our Lord will find His people waiting in hope, peace, joy and love.   Come, Lord Jesus, come. Amencome lord jesus - 15 dec 2017

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