Meditation: You need not cry very loud #God is nearer to us than we think. Ponder: living with #cancer can bring us to our knees as we wonder where God is in all this pain. we often feel alone and think no one understands, however that is so far from the truth. #Jesus is with us in the pain, fear …
July is the month of the Most Precious Blood of Jesus. I would like to share a prayer and quotes from the saints with you.
Do not look forward in fear to the changes of life;
Rather look to them with full hope that as they arise.
God, whose very own you are, will lead you safely
through all things.
And when you cannot stand it, God will carry you
in His arms.
Do not fear what may happen tomorrow;
The same everlasting Father who cares for you today
will take care of you today and every day.
He will either shield you from suffering or will give you
unfailing strength to bear it.
Be at peace and pit aside all anxious thoughts and
~St. Francis de Sales~
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When a storm is over, the weathers’ fine; we see this all the time. So anger and reconciling make Love enduring.
When Love tests people
in order to help them grow in spirit,
they will go through storms of pain,
followed by reconciliation
and calm weather.
You can always tell when someone is spiritually weathered
because this person boldly shouts,
“Love, I am all yours!
Only you can make me happy!
Gracious Love, be mine!”
~Hadewijch, Poems in Stanzas~
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May the joy of the Lord be your strength
“Everywhere, wherever we find ourselves, wherever we are called to bear witness, we must protect life, we must guard human beings from everything that can crush them underfoot. Woe to those who inflict suffering. And woe to those who have destroyed a human life, who have desecrated a image of God, even when it was already breathing it’s last, even when it seemed to represent only a vestige of humanity.” ~Father Alfred Delp~