Bible readings

Reading and explaining the words from the Holy Bible and ultimately spending some time, physically and mentally, with God through his word.

What does Jesus’ Parable of the wicked Tenants in the vineyard tell us?

1. Introductory prayer God gives us everything to be fruitful – the earth, the vine, the press, the tower. But we have our ideas about what to do in the vineyard and how. Bless me, Father, that I will be the vineyard that will bear fruit. Reading – Listening: The Gospel according to Matthew 21:33-43 The Parable of the wicked Tenants 33 “Listen to another parable: There was a landowner who planted a vineyard. He… Continue Reading

The Parable of the Two Sons – Jesus emphasizes it is more important to look for actions than words

1. Introductory prayer Dear God you are waiting for me, you give me time, guide me on the path of conversion, so that I will know your will, in my life, as in the lives of other people 2. Reading – Listening: The Gospel according to The Parable of the Two Sons –  Matthew 21: 28-32 28 “What do you think? There was a man who had two sons. He went to the first and… Continue Reading

Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard – A person doesn’t tolerate if another is better. This is the original sin

1. Introductory prayer God the Father, you invite everyone with the screaming love, to the vineyard – one sooner, the other later, you give fruits of love in your goodness. I beg you, accept my thoughts about how something should happen, and bless the time and the difficulty of looking at it in faith, that You know where you are calling me. 2. Reading – Listening: The Gospel according to Matthew 20:1-16 – The Parable of… Continue Reading

Parable of the Unmerciful Servant – The two logics: the God’s merciful and the man’s calculating.

1. Introductory prayer Merciful Lord, You forgive me, always. It’s like your fountain of love does not have a n end for me. Well, to each of us you are gracious and forgive us. I am amazed at Your love for me, let alone to others. May my heart be inspired by Your heart and deepen for love for myself and for others. 2. Reading – Listening: The Gospel according to Matthew 18:21-35 The Parable… Continue Reading

Parable of the Weeds and Jesus’ answer why God allows suffering, exploitation, war – Matthew 13:24-43 Commentary

1. Introductory prayer Our God is a loving God who ensures that from a small seed a mighty tree grows, a little yeast overgrows everything – and all this at the right time. I beg you, my God, for patience and trust that I witness the growth from small to great, although in between it seems, as if bad will overgrown the good. 2. Reading – Listening: The Gospel according to Matthew 13:24-43 The Parable… Continue Reading

“Take my yoke upon you.” – Yoke is not carried by only one single, but is placed on two necks. Mine and of Jesus! Matthew 11:25-30 Commentary

1. Introductory prayer  Good Lord, I’m working so hard to be good in Your eyes to be worthy of Your Love. You invite me to forget my big head and relax, as you help me bear the burden. May I let you closer to be able rest in You. 2. Reading – Listening: The Gospel according to Matthew 11:25-30 – Take my yoke upon you  The Father Revealed in the Son 25 At that time Jesus said, “I… Continue Reading

Jesus sends out the disciples! How do I let them help me? – Matthew 10:37-42 Commentary

1. Introductory prayer  God, You have become small in order for us to grow – so that we could accept our fragility and build on them. Bless me, please, my way of searching and receiving You and Your will, even when it seems to me that I’m going into the dark. 2. Reading – Listening: The Gospel according to Matthew 10:37-42 7 “Anyone who loves their father or mother more than me is not worthy of… Continue Reading

Fear of hell doesn’t want to prepare us to be afraid of God, but the evil that moves as away from God. Matthew 10:26-33 Commentary

1. Introductory prayer  Such trust of the ordinary sparrows! Twittering, and at the same time follow, and each has to get enough to survive. Apparently, they are doing it better in flocks. God the Father, you are trying to show me that you care also for the sparrows, let alone me! And I am worried about everything … For confidence I ask, in my everyday life, that I may be faithful in small –  so… Continue Reading

Jesus sends out the disciples – „Freely you have received; freely give.” Matthew 9:36-10:8 Commentary

1. Introductory prayer  Jesus, you called me and sent me. You believe that I can do something. But I think that it is necessary to do everything. I forget, it’s better to do one thing – what You want. I ask you to bring me every time to you, to listen to and impregnated by your word go where you need me. 2. Reading – Listening: The Gospel according to Matthew 9:36-10:8 36 When he saw… Continue Reading

What grace to be accepted as I am – God the Father the Son and the Holy Spirit. John 3:16-18 Commentary

1. Introductory prayer God the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, You love me, you call me in a relationship. I’m confused, because it is always a new challenge for me to surrender to You. Bless my opening and letting go, so that I can feel your merciful love. 2. Reading – Listening: The Gospel according to John 3:16-18 16 For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him… Continue Reading

Jesus Appears to His Disciples – Let us all drink the same Holy Spirit. John 20:19-23 Commentary

1. Introductory prayer Come to me, Holy Spirit, that I may live in your consolation, to open up my heart to your words, to speak Your loving words and let you lead the steps of my journey. Come, so that I am full of your love, with which you love me the way I am, all the time. 2. Reading – Listening: The Gospel according to John 20:19-23 Jesus Appears to His Disciples 19 On the… Continue Reading

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