Jesus turned water into wine; he provided lunch for thousands; and in this passage, even after his glorious resurrection we see him caring for his own by providing them with what they need.
In the same warm, companionable way, Jesus is with us now, asking, “Do you love me?” How will you respond?
Whether it is an honest “no,” a “give me a bit more time,” or an unequivocal “yes,” today He wants to share his gifts of nourishment and life with us.
He wants us to care for others with nothing less than his own love.
As we conclude meditating on this Evengalion reading, let’s go out in the name of Jesus with a specific act or word of love.