“The Kingdom of heaven is like a mustard seed that a person took and sowed in a field. It is the smallest of all the seeds, yet when full-grown it is the largest of plants.” (Mt 13:31-32).
God can do so much with so little. This is so because even the smallest detail is important to God. Just think of the immensity, not only of our solar system and galaxy but the whole cosmos. Despite the grandiosity and massive expanse of all creation, not even a sparrow can fall to the ground without the notice of God. Even all the hairs of our head can be counted (cf Mt 10:29-30). Our life, who we are, and who we are becoming matters to God.
God sows his seeds of divine grace, a movement of his love, reaching out to us in a joyful way. He watches us, his children, and shares his life with us. We can accept or reject his love which falls afresh upon us like the morning dew upon the grass. To accept the reality that God loves us as we are is of great benefit. From a posture of saying yes to the outpouring of God’s love, we become more aware of the gift already bestowed. As we experience the nourishing and life-giving gift of God’s love we are then to share it with others. What we will also come to realize is that as we give more, we receive more of God’s love.
Our smallest thought, word, or deed makes a difference because they reflect our yes or no to the invitation of God. May we think, speak, and act today as children of our loving God and Father. May we share a smile, a word of encouragement, a wave until we can hug again, or attentive presence with someone today. No matter how small a sharing of God’s love we offer, it can mean for another more than we can ever imagine.

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Link for the Mass reading for Monday, July 27, 2020

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