I will never forget December 5. It was the most blessed, most beautiful and most anointed day I have experienced in my life.
This was the day I said “I do” to my beautiful wife! We fully surrendered to the unfolding of the cer-emony and the new step of life for us.
On our wedding day our main goal was for the presence of the al¬mighty God to overflow and touch each person who did not know him. He was ever so faithful that the spirit moved so strongly, touched the lost sheep of Jesus the shepherd, and diverted them to him.
Our Lord Jesus looked at the crowds following him and referred to them as a field ripe for harvest. Many people are ready to give their lives to Christ if someone would show them how. Our Lord commands us to pray that people will respond to this need for workers. Often, when we pray for something, God answers our prayers by using us. Let us be prepared for God to work through us and to show others the way to him.
Our Lord Jesus called his 12 disciples. He did not draft them, force them, or ask them to volunteer; he chose them to serve him in a special way. Christ Jesus calls us today. He does not twist our arms or make us do something we do not want to do. We can choose to join him or remain behind. When Christ calls us to follow him, how do we respond?
Just like in today’s Gospel proclamation both of us were called by the Lord to minister to the Lost sheep. We have discovered when we are obedient to the mission, he assigned us for, everything falls in line. As an example, when at mission if we are short or out of supplies at home, through someone He will supply what is required. These miracles are proof to us that he is Lord over our lives and when we fall at His feet, life falls into place..
Prayer: Abba Father, give us the desire and the grace to fulfill the mission you have called us to. Amen