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DG BookGospel: Lk 13:18-21
And Jesus continued, “What is the kingdom of God like? What shall I compare it to? Imagine a person who has taken a
mustard seed and planted it in the garden. The seed has grown and become like a small tree, so that the birds of the air


shelter in its branches.” And Jesus said again, “What is the kingdom of God like? Imagine a woman who has taken yeast,
and hidden it in three measures of flour, until it is all leavened.”

 

Reflection

If we expect the Kingdom of God to come dazzling
us with its spectacle or extravaganza, we will be
disappointed. God does not work that way. Rather God
takes small steps and allows something spectacular to
unfold through time. Take for example the gospel
today. Jesus uses small things to explain how God
works in us. God continually sustains us with small
dosages of divine teachings to change and make us
productive and fruitful. God does not overwhelm us with
too much fanfare in the beginning only to attract
us into God’s Kingdom and then fizzle out. God works
patiently with small things. For that which grows in time
endures. While most of those that comes to overwhelm
instantly cannot sustain itself. It fizzles in the end.
And so, let us be patient with the small things for certainly,
God does not despise them. It is in their smallness that
God is glorified in the end when it becomes something
wonderful afterwards.

 

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