Maybe or maybe not you have a friend like this, someone who is so good at giving grand gestures, someone who really knows how to show you a good time. But that person then, like, ghosts you for two weeks straight. If we don’t have consistency in a friendship, then it just feels empty.
And here is what Jesus is saying in this Sunday’s Gospel. Those who are trustworthy in small things are trustworthy in great ones. That before we can live that great life that Jesus has in store, we have to be consistent with him in our prayer. And so we are so good at making grand gestures like going to confession and just pouring out our whole hearts for the Lord, and then we ghost him for like two weeks. This next week, be consistent with Jesus. Visit Jesus and the blessed sacrament for 10 minutes, that’s it. It’s the small consistencies. That’s what changes the world.
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