CAESAR’S SUNDAY THOUGHT
Deacon Julius Caesar Kamukama, a professional pharmacist is a clergy of the Archdiocese of Mbarara.
Readings: Acts 1:1-11. Eph 1:17-23. Lk 24: 46-53
When we’re doing good work, our natural desire is that this work will continue to thrive and produce even more fruit. That’s why we may end up sharing it with others or passing it on to them (such as delegating or handing over). To do this effectively, it’s important that we empower them first. Empowerment happens in several ways, such as delegation of authority, education (which includes training), and impartation.
Generally, it’s important to empower the younger generation in as many ways as we can—on an individual, family, or societal basis. We need to ensure that those younger than we are are given the tools to make this world better, to witness to love, and to extend God’s kingdom. Parents, especially, focus on this consciously. Educate your children, train them to make correct choices, pray for them, and bless them regularly.
May the risen Christ clothe us with power from on high. May he fill us with the Holy Spirit.
And may Almighty God bless you, the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit.