Today, let us choose the prosperity of God. We do not need to earn a nest egg to enter the love of God poured out for us in the Eucharist.
Risk is an essential element of love. The master gives his stewards a risky task: to multiply his fortune in an unfriendly land. Christ puts himself in the Church’s hands—he takes a risk on us. How often do we avoid risk and hide what we should proclaim?
As we follow the voice of God, we are called to live outside the bounds of what we imagined possible.
Our relationship with God, like our human relationships, is based on listening.