Gospel Reflection for April 14, 3rd Sunday of Easter: Jesus’ death leaves his friends sad and confused about what to do next. Many of them may have felt abandoned. When Jesus returns to his friends in this Sunday’s gospel, he shows them that he is still with them and will still care for them.
Key Lines: Up on the hill across the blue lake/That’s where I had my first heartbreak/I still remember how it all changed/My father said/”Don’t you worry, don’t you worry, child/See heaven’s got a plan for you/Don’t you worry, don’t you worry now”
Questions: How do you feel God’s care for you in your life? How does Jesus’ coming back to his disciples show that he cares about them? Do you believe that God has a plan for everyone? Why or why not? How do you discern God’s plan for you? Who helps you see it?