July 16, 2020

Mt 11:28-30

These three verses in Mt’s Gospel offer all who hear great consolation. It is an invitation to discipleship that will not be burdened by the interpretation of the law the Jewish leaders lay upon them. Jesus is the authoritative interpreter of God’s law, the law of love.


You do not leave me to walk alone. You are always with me and when I cannot go on, you carry me.


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