Tuesday of the 1st week of Advent
Gospel – Luke 10:21-24
“Happy the eyes that see what you see, for I tell you that many prophets and kings wanted to see what you see, and never saw it; to hear what you hear, and never heard it.’” Jesus said this not only about His time, but also about now. Lot of people wants to see the light, but they are not able to see the light. They see darkness and defects. Because the light is hidden to the learned and the clever. The light is revealed to mere children. To see the light of the Father, you must become a child. Not a learned, who knows everything. But a child who looks to the eyes of the Father and sees the light. Then we see light always. So, whenever we don’t see light around, or we see darkness around, try to look into the eyes of the Father as a child. Or look through the eyes of the only Son Jesus Christ to see the light of the Father. Let’s reflect: Are we looking into the eyes of the Father as sons and daughters for light?