If you look at 2 Corinthians 6:3-10, you’ll find the verses that our Epistle Reflection is based on, this morning. St. Paul’s argument is that the fact we are God’s servants is made evident through the way we face negative circumstances, and by the positive characteristics evident in our lives. He ends with these somewhat paradoxical statements about seeming poor, but making many rich; seeming empty, but possessing all.
You could consider, this morning, how life’s circumstances can – at times – seem contrary to the good plans we trust God has for us, even leading us to question God’s plan at times. That’s just a suggestion – if God is moving your considerations elsewhere, I welcome you to follow. May God’s will be done on earth as in heaven!