Today we hear the Gospel in which Bartimaeus calls out to The Lord who is passing in to cure his sight limitations. It
is an annoyance to those around him. Yet his faith prompts him to call out again and again and The Lord hears him. We grapple asking is it Enough Lord? In the blind man's poverty his faith is the answer to the malady. The Lord has tested
him and granted the sight of faith. This Sunday is a time to thank The Lord for the sparcity that our faith may find us calling out to The Lord of all creation.
Lord, it is a slight offering, yet the best I have for you.
The disposition of my thoughts are upon your designs, that differ from this world.
Surely, there are more grand, more gold, more sophisticated offerings which are needed.
Can you see this one extended to you from our
Can you hear the pleas of those on the margins?
Can the table of joy feed the king of the world accostumed to
the finest fare?
Is it enough Lord?
Poured out for you the days have changed.
Is it enough, Lord?
Will you be able to find us, many as we are but united in the Eucharist?
our prayer that this work of our hands and hearts is enough, until we meet you face to face.