Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year B

A prophet’s job is to open people’s eyes to the reality of their situation pointing out to them the things they would rather forget or ignore. A prophet is a sort of “national con­science”, always awake to situations of injus­tice and always speaking out about them.  A prophet is commissioned to do this by God, who sends the prophet on his mission  Jesus is just such a prophet teaching and preaching about the Kingdom of God and the best way to live. Despite the welcome his message has received elsewhere, when he comes to his hometown he is faced with rejection such that “he was amazed at their lack of faith.” It is curious is that they seem to accept his wisdom, and his miracles, but because he grew up among them they cannot accept him as a teacher from God. We should remember that it is often hardest to stand up for the truth among those who know us well.

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