Today's reading of the gospel is St. John's; a Pharisee leader Nicodemus' visits to Jesus. Lord teaches him: "For all who do evil hate the light and do not come to the light, so that their deeds may not be exposed. But those who do what is true come to the light, so that it may be clearly seen that their deeds have been done in God." Too popular to cite, and the golden rule of the judgement or verdict in God. What is the judgement, really? In my opinion, the judgement is to tell the differences between things. Wisdom comes only from God. You should not be hasten to tell the differences between things or people before your eyes. But only His way is to see those things come to the light or not. I'm deeply impressed with this passage today.
Fr. Jack gave his preach according with the above passage. He remarked St. Francis' visits to Sultan in his contemporary time of the Crusaders. He is an ecumenical person who would like to bring peach with pagans. He didn't bring in the judgment by his own deeds or efforts, but St. Francis adored Jesus crucified on the Cross and followed him in peace. God is not to condemn the world with vengeance, and brings the love into the world. When can I follow the way of the truth in Lord Jesus?