It is worth listening to this significant dialogue in the gospel.
Jesus sees the two disciples following Him and asks, "What are you looking for?"
This question touches some longing, some desire, which they carry in their heart, and so they left their master John, to follow Jesus.
Jesus' question resulted in their question, "Teacher, where do you live?"
And then Jesus tells them, "Come and see."
This conversation shows the acceptance of faith and its associated learning about God and what He teaches. Faith is not theoretical information, but an invitation to come and live with Him.
Because, faith is not a worldview, faith is not a set of moral principles and commandments. Faith is primarily a relationship of love between God and man, and it is possible to build this relationship only for everyone who dares to follow Jesus.
Faith is also grace, which does not fall on us from the sky. The way to faith involves meeting with specific people. For Samuel, whom we read about, thought Eli was calling him, but Eli explained that God was calling him. Similarly, John the Baptist, saying, "Behold the lamb of God", pointed to the disciples of Jesus Christ. Andrew, who had just met Jesus, immediately invited Him to a meeting with his brother ,Simon Peter.
For each of us, our way to meet God has often been attributed to other people that we have met in our life.
We should remember to pay back this debt, and it should not have any constraints. This should be a goal for us in our Christian life--our vocation, to lead others to God.
Today, Jesus says to all, "Come and see." You will see where I live. You only need to be alert, to ask and to listen.