Ezekiel 18:30-32 (from today’s morning Liturgy)

In today’s Liturgy, Ezekiel 18:30-32, we hear God calling us to repent.  Today we are having Reconciliation Mass at St. Simon The Apostle.  I am looking forward to be able to deal with my sins.  The closer I get to our Lord, the more I see how wrong I have been living my life.  Things I never have considered sin, I am starting to see how destructive they were, and how they separated me from God.  

As my spiritual journey keeps trucking along, I see myself wanting to grow ever more closer to our Lord.  With the help of our Blessed Ever Virgin Mother, I am being lead to the Light of her Son.  I am also learning that most of my sins are do to desiring to be loved and or to feel love.  My sins are from doing things to “feel” love, and its easily confused with “feeling good”.  The emptiness one has after doing something that feels good, is a true sign that we are actually desiring to feel love and to live within love.  Short cuts are not the answer and I am learning that.
This reading today calls us to repent, and stop living in death (separated from God) but to truly live, to live in the Love of God, Christ and the Holy Spirit.
I pray as I continue to confess my sins, to do penance, and to amend my life, that God will grace me with the Holy Spirit.  I long to feel complete, to feel loved, to live in love.  To love my fellow humans as we all should, the way Christ wants us to.
On a side note, if anyone is interested in reading the daily Liturgy, they may go here, this is my daily source.

~ by Polish Jedi on March 18, 2009.

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