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23 NOVEMBER

Post  @doi on Thu Nov 20 2008, 12:16

SOLEMNITY OF CHRIST THE KING
Mt 25:31-46

On judgment day, we will be surprised to know that our performance while alive had already been made.It was made by the person who begged us for food and drink, by the sick person who asked us for comfort and care, by the prisoner who longed for our visit and concern, by the stranger who asked us for shelter from a cold night, etc. Jesus as judge merely affirms their performance evaluation of us.
Why? Because Jesus hides behind these vulnerable people. More, Jesus identifies himself with them, Whatever you did for one of these least brothers of mine, you did for me. Thus any kindness done to a person, however lowly and primarily because he is lowly and therefore ignored by society, is kindness done to Jesus himself. On the other hand, Jesus will say to those of us who did nothing for them, What you did not do for one of these least ones, you did not do for me.
We are thus judged not for the positions we hold in the community, our social status, academic records, wealth, heroic deeds, etc. Neither will we be judged by the number of prayers we say daily unless they lead us to greater love of God which in turn leads us to the service of the poor---the least brothers of mine. Rather, we will be judge for very simple acts---giving a cup of water to the thirsty, food to the hungry, clothing to the naked, a visit and giving of care to the sick and prisoner, a warm bed to the stranger, etc. In short, Jesus' standard of judging is the compassion and kindness we extend to him in the many faces of the least of my brothers. Because each one of us can do any of these things, then it is possible for all of us to inherit the kingdom.
The gospel tells us that on judgment day, both the blessed and the cursed share one problem, Lord, when did we see you hungry, etc.? With this, we are asked to interpret what we see in the needy. If we see Jesus in them and extend assistance to them, then we will be judged favorably, If not, then we will be condemned.
The Feast of Christ the King is the occasion for us to give glory to the Lord of Heaven and Earth. What better way to do so than to do simple things for the least of my brethren.To gauge how well we are faring in this all important matter, let us answer this question right now: If Jesus comes as Judge right now, will he be able to say to us, Come, you who are blessed by my Father. Inherit the kingdom? If not, then we still have a lot of work ahead of us.

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Re: 23 NOVEMBER

Post  cristy on Thu Nov 20 2008, 12:40

@doi wrote:SOLEMNITY OF CHRIST THE KING
Mt 25:31-46

On judgment day, we will be surprised to know that our performance while alive had already been made.It was made by the person who begged us for food and drink, by the sick person who asked us for comfort and care, by the prisoner who longed for our visit and concern, by the stranger who asked us for shelter from a cold night, etc. Jesus as judge merely affirms their performance evaluation of us.
Why? Because Jesus hides behind these vulnerable people. More, Jesus identifies himself with them, Whatever you did for one of these least brothers of mine, you did for me. Thus any kindness done to a person, however lowly and primarily because he is lowly and therefore ignored by society, is kindness done to Jesus himself. On the other hand, Jesus will say to those of us who did nothing for them, What you did not do for one of these least ones, you did not do for me.
We are thus judged not for the positions we hold in the community, our social status, academic records, wealth, heroic deeds, etc. Neither will we be judged by the number of prayers we say daily unless they lead us to greater love of God which in turn leads us to the service of the poor---the least brothers of mine. Rather, we will be judge for very simple acts---giving a cup of water to the thirsty, food to the hungry, clothing to the naked, a visit and giving of care to the sick and prisoner, a warm bed to the stranger, etc. In short, Jesus' standard of judging is the compassion and kindness we extend to him in the many faces of the least of my brothers. Because each one of us can do any of these things, then it is possible for all of us to inherit the kingdom.
The gospel tells us that on judgment day, both the blessed and the cursed share one problem, Lord, when did we see you hungry, etc.? With this, we are asked to interpret what we see in the needy. If we see Jesus in them and extend assistance to them, then we will be judged favorably, If not, then we will be condemned.
The Feast of Christ the King is the occasion for us to give glory to the Lord of Heaven and Earth. What better way to do so than to do simple things for the least of my brethren.To gauge how well we are faring in this all important matter, let us answer this question right now: If Jesus comes as Judge right now, will he be able to say to us, Come, you who are blessed by my Father. Inherit the kingdom? If not, then we still have a lot of work ahead of us.
SALAMAT PO SA REFLECTION Smile

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Re: 23 NOVEMBER

Post  Princess on Fri Nov 21 2008, 06:21

cristy wrote:
@doi wrote:SOLEMNITY OF CHRIST THE KING
Mt 25:31-46

On judgment day, we will be surprised to know that our performance while alive had already been made.It was made by the person who begged us for food and drink, by the sick person who asked us for comfort and care, by the prisoner who longed for our visit and concern, by the stranger who asked us for shelter from a cold night, etc. Jesus as judge merely affirms their performance evaluation of us.
Why? Because Jesus hides behind these vulnerable people. More, Jesus identifies himself with them, Whatever you did for one of these least brothers of mine, you did for me. Thus any kindness done to a person, however lowly and primarily because he is lowly and therefore ignored by society, is kindness done to Jesus himself. On the other hand, Jesus will say to those of us who did nothing for them, What you did not do for one of these least ones, you did not do for me.
We are thus judged not for the positions we hold in the community, our social status, academic records, wealth, heroic deeds, etc. Neither will we be judged by the number of prayers we say daily unless they lead us to greater love of God which in turn leads us to the service of the poor---the least brothers of mine. Rather, we will be judge for very simple acts---giving a cup of water to the thirsty, food to the hungry, clothing to the naked, a visit and giving of care to the sick and prisoner, a warm bed to the stranger, etc. In short, Jesus' standard of judging is the compassion and kindness we extend to him in the many faces of the least of my brothers. Because each one of us can do any of these things, then it is possible for all of us to inherit the kingdom.
The gospel tells us that on judgment day, both the blessed and the cursed share one problem, Lord, when did we see you hungry, etc.? With this, we are asked to interpret what we see in the needy. If we see Jesus in them and extend assistance to them, then we will be judged favorably, If not, then we will be condemned.
The Feast of Christ the King is the occasion for us to give glory to the Lord of Heaven and Earth. What better way to do so than to do simple things for the least of my brethren.To gauge how well we are faring in this all important matter, let us answer this question right now: If Jesus comes as Judge right now, will he be able to say to us, Come, you who are blessed by my Father. Inherit the kingdom? If not, then we still have a lot of work ahead of us.

SALAMAT PO SA REFLECTION Smile


Thank you @doi, anhi na lang ko cg basa..
Very Happy Very Happy

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Re: 23 NOVEMBER

Post  @doi on Fri Nov 21 2008, 11:49

Princess wrote:
cristy wrote:
@doi wrote:SOLEMNITY OF CHRIST THE KING
Mt 25:31-46

On judgment day, we will be surprised to know that our performance while alive had already been made.It was made by the person who begged us for food and drink, by the sick person who asked us for comfort and care, by the prisoner who longed for our visit and concern, by the stranger who asked us for shelter from a cold night, etc. Jesus as judge merely affirms their performance evaluation of us.
Why? Because Jesus hides behind these vulnerable people. More, Jesus identifies himself with them, Whatever you did for one of these least brothers of mine, you did for me. Thus any kindness done to a person, however lowly and primarily because he is lowly and therefore ignored by society, is kindness done to Jesus himself. On the other hand, Jesus will say to those of us who did nothing for them, What you did not do for one of these least ones, you did not do for me.
We are thus judged not for the positions we hold in the community, our social status, academic records, wealth, heroic deeds, etc. Neither will we be judged by the number of prayers we say daily unless they lead us to greater love of God which in turn leads us to the service of the poor---the least brothers of mine. Rather, we will be judge for very simple acts---giving a cup of water to the thirsty, food to the hungry, clothing to the naked, a visit and giving of care to the sick and prisoner, a warm bed to the stranger, etc. In short, Jesus' standard of judging is the compassion and kindness we extend to him in the many faces of the least of my brothers. Because each one of us can do any of these things, then it is possible for all of us to inherit the kingdom.
The gospel tells us that on judgment day, both the blessed and the cursed share one problem, Lord, when did we see you hungry, etc.? With this, we are asked to interpret what we see in the needy. If we see Jesus in them and extend assistance to them, then we will be judged favorably, If not, then we will be condemned.
The Feast of Christ the King is the occasion for us to give glory to the Lord of Heaven and Earth. What better way to do so than to do simple things for the least of my brethren.To gauge how well we are faring in this all important matter, let us answer this question right now: If Jesus comes as Judge right now, will he be able to say to us, Come, you who are blessed by my Father. Inherit the kingdom? If not, then we still have a lot of work ahead of us.
SALAMAT PO SA REFLECTION Smile


Thank you @doi, anhi na lang ko cg basa..
Very Happy Very Happy
WELCOME..SIMBA POD OY..

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Re: 23 NOVEMBER

Post  Princess on Sat Nov 22 2008, 11:39

MO SIMBA JUD, AKO PA BOUTAN KAAU... Laughing Laughing

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Post  @doi on Sat Nov 22 2008, 23:55

Princess wrote:MO SIMBA JUD, AKO PA BOUTAN KAAU... Laughing Laughing
boutan jud, hehehe

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Re: 23 NOVEMBER

Post  Princess on Mon Nov 24 2008, 04:50

@doi wrote:
Princess wrote:MO SIMBA JUD, AKO PA BOUTAN KAAU... Laughing Laughing
boutan jud, hehehe


Ug ma2log ba, wala pa gani ta mahuman.. Laughing Laughing Laughing

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Post  @doi on Mon Nov 24 2008, 06:56

Princess wrote:
@doi wrote:
Princess wrote:MO SIMBA JUD, AKO PA BOUTAN KAAU... Laughing Laughing
boutan jud, hehehe


Ug ma2log ba, wala pa gani ta mahuman.. Laughing Laughing Laughing
mao na, hehehe

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Re: 23 NOVEMBER

Post  jhanna on Tue Nov 25 2008, 03:14

@doi wrote:
Princess wrote:
@doi wrote:
Princess wrote:MO SIMBA JUD, AKO PA BOUTAN KAAU... Laughing Laughing
boutan jud, hehehe


Ug ma2log ba, wala pa gani ta mahuman.. Laughing Laughing Laughing
mao na, hehehe


Boutan kaayo na. lol! lol!

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