Tuesday 11 April
First reading – Acts 2:36-41
“God has made this Jesus whom you crucified both Lord and Christ”. This is the essence of our faith. The crucified Jesus is our Lord and Christ. The Crucified became the Lord through resurrection. Resurrection is the power of God who forgives. Resurrection is the power of God who gives the Holy Spirit as a gift to the believers. Resurrection is the power of the Lord which fulfils all His promises to our forefathers. Resurrection is the power of the Lord who calls those who are far away and those who are near to Himself. Resurrection is the miracle of God’s love which brings merges together our temporality and the divine eternity. In order to participate in this great reality, we must repent and be united with Jesus through the sacraments. Let’s reflect: How much am I aware about my unity to the Jesus crucified and risen in the sacraments?