Parable of the Hidden Treasure

 

“Spend time along with Jesus and you won’t be disappointed,” are the last words of the video, and they resonated in my mind.  Yes, spend one hour a week in Eucharistic adoration to attain a splendid spiritual boost in your life.

I have had a few interior locations with Jesus in which I could realize His magnificent personality and experience His distress for our sinful world. Such distress has reminded me the agony of Jesus in the garden prior to His arrest.  Christ sought for some relief among His apostles, but He found them asleep.  Eucharistic Hours give Jesus some solace amidst The Great Spiritual War, and you yourself could also discover the kingdom of God and the meaning of life.

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The Holy Spirit commanded me to present the Parable of the Hidden Treasure to dissipate doom and gloom and to motivate and energize the Remnant Church of God.

“The kingdom of heaven is like treasure hidden in a field. When a man found it, he hid it again, and then in his joy went and sold all he had and bought that field.” (Mt 13:44)

Summary: the presence of the kingdom and the discovery of the meaning of life.

Jesus tells a very simple and brief story which could happen in the life of any person. The listeners should derive and share their conclusions. I derived the following conclusions: (a) The kingdom of Heaven is like treasure hidden in a field. (b) The man luckily finds the treasure. (c) He sells everything that he owns and buys the field, thus he obtains the treasure. (d) The kingdom comes! (e) We must reap the consequences and allow this moment of grace to bear fruit.

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