November 21, 2017

Luke 19:1-10

As a “chief tax collector” Zacchaeus is likely seen by the Jewish leaders as one who bears responsibility for the dishonesty of all of his workers. Yet his actions and words reveal a man who is genuine, willing to do whatever it takes to see, to know, and to believe.

Zacchaeus was not afraid to profess his faith in word and deed. I pray for the courage to do the same.

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A spiritual reflection on the daily readings that help cultivate a pattern of daily prayer and a deepening relationship with God


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