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Łk 21,5-11

Słowo Boże

Gdy niektórzy mówili o świątyni, że jest przyozdobiona pięknymi kamieniami i darami, powiedział: «Przyjdzie czas, kiedy z tego, na co patrzycie, nie zostanie kamień na kamieniu, który by nie był zwalony». Zapytali Go: «Nauczycielu, kiedy to nastąpi? I jaki będzie znak, gdy się to dziać zacznie?»
Jezus odpowiedział: «Strzeżcie się, żeby was nie zwiedziono. Wielu bowiem przyjdzie pod moim imieniem i będą mówić: "Ja jestem" oraz: "Nadszedł czas". Nie chodźcie za nimi! I nie trwóżcie się, gdy posłyszycie o wojnach i przewrotach. To najpierw musi się stać, ale nie zaraz nastąpi koniec». Wtedy mówił do nich: «Powstanie naród przeciw narodowi i królestwo przeciw królestwu. Będą silne trzęsienia ziemi, a miejscami głód i zaraza; ukażą się straszne zjawiska i wielkie znaki na niebie.

Łk 21,5-11
  • Kilka myśli na temat dzisiejszego fragmentu Pisma Świętego

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    • At the time the Gospel of Luke was written, some Christians took certain words of Jesus to mean that he would be returning soon to bring history to an end. Here Luke is reminding his readers that Jesus admonished his followers not to be taken in by those who say they know that the end is near. The followers of Jesus will not be spared from witnessing anarchy and serious violence, but these will not mean that the end is near or far. The way of the Christian is the same one that Jesus trod, through violence and injustice, but also through the love and provident care of God. I ask God to help me live through the instability that characterises our world with a heart filled with peace and trust.
    • Jesus knows how easy it is to be led astray in times of distress on a large scale. We want explanations and clear answers. He foresaw that many would come and claim, even in his name, to have the key to explain what is going on. Jesus warns us not to go after such people but to live the present with patient trust in God.
  • Kilka myśli na temat dzisiejszego fragmentu Pisma Świętego

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    • The temple was not just the centre of the Jews' civilisation: it was the place where God lived among them. Jesus told them that it was all going to fall apart! Is there any way in which my "secure centre"--either personal or national--threatens to collapse? The fall of the Twin Towers is a powerful symbol for many of us. The key words from Jesus in all of this are: "Do not be terrified". Can I allow Jesus, the Consoler, to speak to me, wherever I am?
    • As we pray, the gospels of the end times call us to trust in the presence and love of God when the end of life comes, or the end of the world - however that might be. Praying these gospels may lead us to reflect on the mystery of trust in our lives and to give thanks for those we have trusted and can trust throughout our lives. People who were there for us at very bad times, or people who can share our joy. Our ability to trust in God and trust in others is closely linked.
    • Jesus tells us to be prepared, to remain firm in faith. He calls us to be rooted and stable while also being ready to shed everything. He reminds us that without him as the centre of our lives, we will be lost.
    • The telling of the daily news makes it easy to believe that our times are worse than others. While technology is used to spread gloomy and disheartening news, I give thanks that it also leads me to Jesus’ truth.

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