A Catholic Monthly Magazine

Saturday19 June

2 Corinthians 12:1-10; Ps 34;
Matthew 6: 24-34

Worrying about tomorrow?

We are tiny beings in a turbulent universe. And on the little piece of it, known to us as Mother Earth, we are not protected from either natural disasters or the chaos caused by human stupidity. So why should we not worry about tomorrow? Well, worrying will not add one single cubit to our span of life. But Jesus gives us his assurance that even in the worst of times, he is with us. Set your hearts on his kingdom and his righteousness. Life means more than food and the body more than clothing. Ease Lord, my unease.

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