First Letter to the Corinthians 4,1-13. 
Think of us in this way, as servants of Christ and stewards of God’s mysteries.
Moreover, it is required of stewards that they should be found trustworthy.
But with me it is a very small thing that I should be judged by you or by any human court. I do not even judge myself.
I am not aware of anything against myself, but I am not thereby acquitted. It is the Lord who judges me.
Therefore do not pronounce judgement before the time, before the Lord comes, who will bring to light the things now hidden in darkness and will disclose the purposes of the heart. Then each one will receive commendation from God.
I have applied all this to Apollos and myself for your benefit, brothers and sisters, so that you may learn through us the meaning of the saying, ‘Nothing beyond what is written’, so that none of you will be puffed up in favour of one against another.
For who sees anything different in you? What do you have that you did not receive? And if you received it, why do you boast as if it were not a gift?

Already you have all you want! Already you have become rich! Quite apart from us you have become kings! Indeed, I wish that you had become kings, so that we might be kings with you!
For I think that God has exhibited us apostles as last of all, as though sentenced to death, because we have become a spectacle to the world, to angels and to mortals.
We are fools for the sake of Christ, but you are wise in Christ. We are weak, but you are strong. You are held in honour, but we in disrepute.
To the present hour we are hungry and thirsty, we are poorly clothed and beaten and homeless,
and we grow weary from the work of our own hands. When reviled, we bless; when persecuted, we endure;
when slandered, we speak kindly. We have become like the rubbish of the world, the dregs of all things, to this very day.

St. Paul, our great saint, had not got a great house: he was homeless. When he wrote it, it was sincere and could speak so openly about it. He really renounced to everything for the Lord, in order to prepare our salvation. We don't have to complain: we have already become rich - he says - and we have already become kings. We are rich of the Eucharist, the greatest treasure on earth, and we are kings, because we joined the King. 

Holy Gospel of Jesus Christ according to Saint Mark 4,26-29. 
He also said, ‘The kingdom of God is as if someone would scatter seed on the ground,
and would sleep and rise night and day, and the seed would sprout and grow, he does not know how.
The earth produces of itself, first the stalk, then the head, then the full grain in the head.
But when the grain is ripe, at once he goes in with his sickle, because the harvest has come.’

We saw all around things going in a wrong way and maybe someone thinks that they are getting worse. Instead it's not true: the kingdom of God was really scattered on the earth and it's naturally growing up. It's the church that is growing up by being fed with the Eucharist.