Second Sunday in LentFebruary 28, 2010
WE MUST EXPERIENCE JESUS ON OUR OWN MOUNTAIN
It is easy to understand why Peter, James and John believed in Jesus after all that they had seen and heard, but what about us? Why should we obey the voice that says, “Listen to him”? Like the disciples, we often fall asleep in our faith, we become complacent, our actions rote. Faith is not done through someone else – we must do this ourselves. So too, must we be careful when comparing our experiences to those of others. We must make our own path to the mountain, because it is the path we need for our belief and to learn the lessons we need to learn. What are the lessons we need to learn? Listen in to find out.
CLICK HERE for the Readings the Second Sunday of Lent: (Genesis 15.5-12, 17-18; Ps 27; Philippians 3.17-4.1; Luke 9.28-36)