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May 11, 2020

Jn 14:21-26

Jesus reiterates the relational aspect of the commandments. Judas interrupts with a question that suggests the disciple’s expectation of Jesus’ immanent return. Jesus continues his teaching about love. He then adds that when he is not there to teach them, his Spirit will be.

I learn from you, Father, Son and Spirit, what it is to love. By your grace, may I love as you love, selflessly and unconditionally.

 

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