Tuesday, January 10, 2012
Go Talk to God
In preparing to read the Readings for the Second Sunday in Ordinary Time, 1Samuel 3:3b-10, I wished I were as clever as Eli. I know the meaning of the story is listening to God. God speaks to us and we need to get use to His voice.
But I was remembering when my young children would wake me up early in the morning. They'd come in and manually lift an eyelid, and ask "Are you asleep?"
Like Eli I said, "It's too early; go back to bed."
And like Samuel, the kids would keep coming back.
Eventually, I'd end up getting out of bed and the day began.
Why didn't I think of telling them to go back to bed and pray? Go talk to God. Listen.
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