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Gospel: Luke 7:31-35
And Jesus said, “What comparison can I use for the people? What are they like? They are like children sitting in the marketplace,
about whom their companions complain, ‘We piped you a tune and you wouldn’t dance; we sang funeral songs and you wouldn’t cry.’
Remember John: he didn’t eat bread or drink wine, and you said, ‘He has an evil spirit.’ Next, came the Son of Man, eating and drinking;
and you say, ‘Look, a glutton for food and wine, a friend of tax collectors and sinners.’ But the children of Wisdom always recognize her work.”

REFLECTION:
The Russian novelist Fyodor Dostoyevsky writes: “There are people on whom even clean linen looks indecent.”
The Jews cannot allow their faith and practices be taken cheaply. In an effort to raise the bar of how to act as children of God,
however, they end up putting malice even on God’s plans and ways. Their faith concerns, not anymore about God—only about them and their standards.
Even God has to conform to them. But ­Jesus cannot waste time justifying His work. The burden is on us to see God in different ways He can re-gather His people.
Jesus does not come to the world to set up a fixed moral order. He comes to give people access to God in their different conditions and struggles.
He shows to us what is in the mind of God when He encounters sinners, non-belie­vers, and outcasts. God comes to them without malice.

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