Our image of God will determine our relationship with him. Reflecting on the Scriptures, Father Matt Guckin shows that the Lord is not a divine police officer or an exacting accountant, but a Good Shepherd who always seeks to protect, guide and nurture us.
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I like Father Guckin’s homilies nothing too complicated!
Thanks, Doc. I appreciate your feedback and I’m glad someone’s listening. My hope is for people to be able to collect their thoughts here and have it grace their hearts. That’s my sappy idea, anyway.