Epiphany – Revelation. Family Thought for the Day 6 January

Petru shared with Joe, “when we were growing up in catechism we were taught that ours is the only true church and I am still quite suspicious of other religions.” He responded noting how impressed he had been as a teacher to be exposed to children and their families of many different faiths.  “It is not only with prayers but how they all get involved in programmes and projects for the good of the community impresses me. We can learn a lot from one another in that way without trying to make  others accept our religion. I sometimes wonder how it would have been if those three wise men in the Christmas story could have come from three different backgrounds. We each have to have our own revelation for mature faith to grow,” he said.

The mystery was made known to me by revelation, which was not made known to the sons of men in other generations, that is how the Gentiles are fellow heirs, members of the same body and partakers of the promise in Christ Jesus through the Gospel.  Eph 3.   

 

 

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