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However, another type of love exists, that of the Father “who art in Heaven”. No one should doubt being the recipient of this love. He loves us. We can say: “He loves me.” Even had our father and mother not loved us an historical hypothesis there is a God in heaven who loves us like no one else in this world ever has or ever can. God’s love is constant.
The prophet Isaiah says: “Can a woman forget her sucking child, that she should have no compassion on the son of her womb? Even these may forget, yet I will not forget you. Behold, I have graven you on the palms of my hands” (Is 49:15-16).
Tattoos are in fashion today: “I have graven you on the palms of my hands.” I have tattooed you on my hands. Thus, I am in God’s hands; it cannot be removed. God’s love is like a mother’s love that can never be forgotten.
And if a mother forgets?
“I will never forget” says the Lord. This is God’s perfect love. This is how we are loved by him. Even if all our earthly loves were to crumble and we were left with nothing but dust in our hands; God’s unique and faithful love is always burning for all of us.
Source: Pope Francis’ catecheses on the Lord’s Prayer, given during general audiences between Dec. 5, 2018 and May 22, 2019.
In today’s Gospel message Jesus is not concerned about the coin that was used to pay the taxes to Cesar. Jesus is far more concerned about making sure that God gets back what belongs to God; that is what Jesus’ mission is about.
*Are we concerned about our relationship with God as we are about our relationship with the IRS?
Take time to refresh the life of the Spirit that has been given you. Then witness your faith like disciples and believers throughout the ages. Be assured of my prayers for you and for your dear ones. May the good Lord bless you with wisdom, health and peace. Please pray for me.
Msgr. Pablo A. Navarro
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