We can get overwhelmed as we think of these terrible problems. I ask you to
mediate on the acts of goodness that you have also witnessed in the recent past.
Think about how God has been guiding you to the narrow door. Do you help that
door to be open to all? It is never closed to anyone, but the pathway is narrow,
and some don’t want to venture down it. That’s where you and I as people of faith have a great gift to offer to others.
You as a believer are to help others to seek the narrow door which is Christ.
This week at Kaiser there was a room filled with grieving family as they gathered
to say good bye to a dying relative, a young male nurse said, I’d like to pray with
all of you if I may. He was opening the narrow way. It only took a moment; he
could have just kept silence.
Jana Akan left last week to join the Augustinian sisters in Racine Wisconsin,
choosing another narrow road.
What narrow road will you choose this coming week? Please reflect on how God
has been guiding you to the narrow door, He may be using you to invite others