Obedience of Faith

  1. In the first reading we find the God who really wants to be our father.  A Father who protects us, who corrects us, who respects us and a Father who will never abandon us. (2 Samuel 7:1-5, 8-12, 14, 16)
  2. From the second reading we recognize that in Jesus, the mystery of the face of this Father is revealed. That revelation demands faith, and that faith demands the obedience. Because He wants to be our only Father. (Romans 16:25-27)
  3. In the response of Mary to the revelation of Angel Gabriel we understand what the obedience of faith is. It’s the consent to be what God wants based on the faith on the Word of God. Bringing the impossible to the realm of possible by cooperating with God. Permitting the action of the Holy Spirit in us.  Being ready to be in the shadow of the most high.  God becomes the protagonist in your life. (Luke 1:26-38)

Don Giorgio