Some thoughts on today's scripture. is possible to read Mark 16:17 to say this: These signs will accompany those who believe: it will be a sign to you that the Kingdom of God I have been telling you about has come. In the Gospel today, Jesus’ apostles struggle to believe that Jesus has truly risen. This dramatic event, recorded in the Acts of the Apostles chapters 9, 22 and 26, is always worth a read. Hello and welcome to daily Reflection with a today is the twenty-fifth of January 2021. Reflection: Mark 16:15-18 The Conversion of St. Paul, the Apostle, Feast – Mark 16:15-18. Resume Prayer. The one... HSI Website - Daily Reflection (25/01/2021) Published new each quarter, these reflections are written by women and men from a variety of backgrounds - lay people as well as clergy and religious. Boast In The Lord. Today we celebrate the conversion of the apostle Paul, probably the Church’s most ardent evangelist. One Minute Reflection - 25 January - Feast of the Conversion of St Paul, Readings: Acts 22:3-16 or Acts 9: 1-22, Psalms 117:1, 2, Mark 16:15-18 “Go into all the world and proclaim the gospel to vthe whole creation.” - Mark 16:15 REFLECTION – “Paul, more than anyone else, has shown us what man really is and in what our… Sin Is a Barrier To Divine Healing. Mark 16:15. In fact, throughout all Gospel stories of Jesus’ resurrection and the events directly following, the apostles express disbelief and a … Mark 16:15-20. Obey My Voice. Listen. If anyone went out into the “whole world,” it was St. Paul. And Jesus said to his apostles go into all the world and proclaim the good news to the whole creation. It is even possible that Acts 1:4-5 is describing the same or a similar discourse by Jesus as Mark 16:15-20. January 25, 2021 – Hated, Yet Loved – A Reflection on Mark 16:15-18 And he said to them, “Go into all the world and proclaim the good news to the whole creation. The Helm of His Garment. ... Go And Preach – Reflection On Mark 16:14-20 Mark 16:15-16. The Daily Reflections “Go into the whole world and proclaim the Gospel to every creature”-Mark 16:15. Using God's word (Lectio Divina) allows me to hear, listen and reflect on what the Lord wants to say to me - to one of his disciples - just like He did two thousand years ago. In today’s gospel passage, Jesus appears to the eleven apostles. Why not read it today? The… Reflection on the Painting Today the church celebrates the Conversion of St Paul. Meditation is an ideal way to pray. Active. Go ye into all the world — To all countries under heaven; and preach the gospel to every creature — That is, to all mankind, to every human being, whether Jew or Gentile, for our Lord speaks without any limitation or restriction whatever. Default. HATED,YET LOVED Scripture Reading: Mark 16:15-18 And he said to them, “Go into all the world and proclaim the good news to the whole creation. We're gonna reflect mark 1615 to eighteen. This is clearly stated in Mark 16:15 "Go throughout the world and preach the gospel to the whole human race" The Apostles and e. Reflections.