A Catholic Monthly Magazine

Tuesday 9 April

Numbers 21:4-9; Psalm 102; John 8:21-30

He who sent me is with me

We are each to make our world a better place by being ourselves and not trying to be someone else. In this way we are faithful to Jesus who sends us. Not only are we sent by him, but in the sending, he remains with us. Jesus relies on the Father and describes the Father as truthful. Jesus is free, and himself. We aren’t the same as one another, but actually invited to be the one and only person we are. We are to trust the one who has sent us and to try each day to do what we can to make the lives of others better. In prayer, be grateful for your own unique life, and the relationship you have with God.

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