DAILY HOLY MASS READINGS
Isaiah 30:19-21, 23-26, Psalm 27:1, 4, 13-14, Matthew 9:27-31
Isaiah 30:19-21, 23-26
My Beloved, what wonderful promises the prophet makes about Your coming. We will weep no more. When we cry You will listen and when You hear You will answer. Our eyes will see You our ears will hear the sound of Your voice instructing and guiding us to the Father. You will give us all the grace we need to ensure a plentiful and abundant harvest. At Your coming every other rule will to an end and You will establish Your rule of love over all. When You come again in glory and majesty to claim Your people for Your own You will take us up into Yourself there to remain with You forever.
Psalm 27:1, 4, 13-14
My Beloved, the verses of this psalm remind us that You are the Lord of salvation and we who are You have no reason to fear no matter what calamity we may have to face. You are our refuge, our stronghold, the rampart of our life. Our joy comes from living in Your Presence all the days of our life. You have come from heaven and remain in all the tabernacles of the world often neglected and alone simply because You want to make Yourself available to us. My hope is in You alone and I have Your promise that my trust in You will be rewarded.
My Beloved, we are reminded that if we cry out to You in faith, truly believing that we ask for we will receive, You will grant it to us. Often we are spiritually blind and if in true humility, recognizing our blindness we come to the Only One who can restore our sight and plead for healing, You touch us and heal us of every infirmity. You delight in giving us our heart’s desires especially the spiritual favors we seek. In turn we must testify joyfully how wonderfully You have blessed us.