Bem-aventurados os mansos, porque eles herdarão a terra; Bem-aventurados os que têm fome e sede de justiça, porque eles serão fartos; Bem-aventurados os misericordiosos, porque eles alcançarão misericórdia; Bem-aventurados os limpos de coração, porque eles verão a Deus; Bem-aventurados os pacificadores, porque eles serão chamados filhos de Deus; Bem-aventurados os que sofrem perseguição por causa da justiça, porque deles é o reino dos céus; Bem-aventurados sois vós, quando vos injuriarem e perseguirem e, mentindo, disserem todo o mal contra vós por minha causa.(Mt.5)

quarta-feira, 6 de dezembro de 2023

Praise the Lord God, for he is good; † sing to our God, because he is gentle: / he is worthy of praise, he deserves it! / The Lord rebuilt Jerusalem / and the scattered Israel gathered again.

First Reading: Isaiah 30,19-21,23-26 Reading from the book of the prophet Isaiah – Thus says the Lord, the saint of Israel: 19“People of Zion, who live in Jerusalem, you will have no reason to weep: they will be moved by the voice of your cry; As soon as he hears you, he will answer. 20The Lord will surely give everyone the bread of trouble and the water of affliction; your master will no longer depart from you; your eyes will be able to see it 21and your ears will be able to hear the warning word behind you: 'This is the way for everyone, follow it, without turning to the right or to the left.' 23He will give you rain for the seed you sowed in the land, and the fruit of the land will be abundant and rich; On that day, your flock will graze in vast pastures, 24your oxen and the animals that work the land will eat salted fodder, cleaned with a shovel and sieve. 25There will be streams of flowing water on every high mountain and on every high hill, on a day when many will be killed when their towers collapse. 26The moon will shine like the light of the sun, and the sun will shine seven times as brightly as the light of seven days, on the day that the Lord heals the wound of his people and heals the wound of their wound.” - Word of the Lord. Responsorial Psalm: 146(147A) Happy are those who wait on the Lord! 1. Praise the Lord God, for he is good; † sing to our God, because he is gentle: / he is worthy of praise, he deserves it! / The Lord rebuilt Jerusalem / and the scattered Israel gathered again. – R. 2. He comforts the broken hearts, / he binds their wounds and heals them; / he fixes the number of all the stars / and calls each one by its name. – R. 3. Our God is great and omnipotent, / knowing him has no measure or limits. / The Lord God is the support of the humble, / but he bends those who are wicked to the ground. – R. Gospel: Matthew 9,35-10,1.6-8 Hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah. He is the Lord our judge and our king. The Lord Lawgiver will save us (Is 33,22). – R. Proclamation of the gospel of Jesus Christ according to Matthew – At that time, 35Jesus went through all the cities and towns, teaching in their synagogues, preaching the gospel of the kingdom and curing every kind of illness and disease. 36When Jesus saw the crowds, he had compassion on them, because they were tired and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd. Then he said to his disciples: 37 “The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. 38So ask the owner of the harvest to send workers into his harvest!” 10,1And calling his twelve disciples, he gave them power to cast out evil spirits and to heal every kind of illness and disease. He sent them with the following recommendations: 6 “Go rather to the lost sheep of the house of Israel! 7As you go, proclaim: ‘The kingdom of heaven is at hand. 8Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse the lepers, cast out demons. Freely you have received, freely you must give!"

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