Homily (Reflection) for Friday of the Thirty-Second Week in Ordinary Time (I) (15th November, 2019) on the Gospel

Wis 13:1-9;
Ps 18:2-5. (R.v.2);
Lk 17:26-37.
Topic: Do the necessary.
Jesus went on and told the people that the coming of the Son of Man will be likened to the days of Noah and the days of Lot. People were busy doing what pleased them when the destruction came. He went ahead and said that there will be no room for further action. According to Saint Peter, it is the time for judgment to begin with the household of God, cf. 1Pt 4:17. And for prophet Ezekiel, it will be a day of tumult, and not of joyful shouting upon the mountains, cf. Ezek 7:7.
We ought to prepare for the coming of the Son of Man. There is no need looking for one sign or another. Jesus Himself told us that there will be none. We should stop procrastinating for tomorrow may be too late
Bible Reading: Rev 22:1-7.
Thought for today: Do not look for signs.
Let us pray: May Jesus Christ, our Lord help us prepare for his coming – Amen.
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