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March 23, 2019

Luke 15:1-3, 11-32

This parable carries such a beautiful message about God’s gracious and bountiful mercy. The central figure is more the father than the son. His concern about his lost son has him keeping vigil in the hope that he will return. He runs to meet his son, presents him with gifts, and celebrates his return. He is God the Father.

Who am I like in the parable? Am I like the father, the younger son, the older son? At different times and in different circumstances, I exhibit the characteristics of each one. I pray to be most like the father, loving, kind, and merciful.


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