The Lord Wept

9th Sunday After Pentecost 2018
This Sunday teaches us to be humble and thankful for God’s gifts lest we lose them for our lack of appreciation.  The Gospel relates the event as Christ was to begin His triumphal entry of Jerusalem on Palm Sunday.  He paused on the Mount of Olives and wept over the Holy City and what would be its punishment for rejecting Him and putting Him to death.  This moment uniquely shows Christ’s divinity and humanity.  All can repent as St. Mary Magdalen and be saved from the fires of hell.


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