March 31, 2020

We need to pray for those who have strayed from God's flock.  Specifically, to recognize and praise God's Glory for all of the Graces received and yet to come out of this event we endure alone, with Him, and with family and neighbor.  Amen.

March 31, 2020

Yesterday, I found myself asking in prayer what to pray for.

Amidst my prayers up till then I had asked for God's presence, consolation, and healing for the world in this pandemic.        And this morning, God answered me. 

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March 29, 2020

Two words that don't seem to go together.

But see, with God the outcome is always Good.

And in this time, to stay strong in our faith (Trust and Not Fear) we must take advantage of modern technology to bridge the gap created by our inability to worship together.  Get dig...

March 28, 2020

God is with us.  Where we are, as we are and how we are.  Amen. 

March 27, 2020

Jesus models how to live.  One of the most difficult examples is His falling three times on the way to Golgotha.  Even knowing He was going to die for us, He got up and continued.  We can do the same.  Just trust in Him.  Amen. 

March 26, 2020

Our own lives are very much like Jesus' walk to his death.

He knows exactly what it is like.  He lovingly walks with each of us, if we only allow Him.  We know the outcome - He conquered death.  Amen. 

March 25, 2020

An exclamation to frequently used in social media.

Should only be used to thank and glorify our all loving and merciful God.

- OH MIGHTY GOD! 

Amen.

March 24, 2020

We are conditioned to expect everything almost instantaneously.  God's ways are not our ways.  In times such as these, we can re-program ourselves; which will reduce stress and increase trust in our loving Father.  Amen.

March 24, 2020

Simply remember this:  God is here and He is at work; and His work is perfect.  Amen.

March 22, 2020

In this time, we can return to our real selves as messy kids in need of their Father and Holy Mother.  Amen.  

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