it takes work and practice to do this. If you need more help with HOW to do it let me know, as it did take me a long time to learn it, but now know that I MUST do it as it is it is a gift from God to suffer in this way .... And is truly redemptive.
God bless you,
"Blessed is the man who remains steadfast under trial, for when he has stood the test he will receive the crown of life, which God has promised to those who love him." (James 1:12)
I think after a low point then we can appreciate everything more. Hope is a big thing for Catholics.
Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer.(Romans 12:12)
Also, the good thing is that it is Friday! At the end of the week many things pile up . So I hope you find the time to rest tons this weekend.
May Mary have you in her arms tonight!
Share this... one of my parishioners whom i deeply care for was claimed dead four times... and the doctors as well as our priest comforted his wife saying that he is gone... my deacon was saying the rosary, when he was ready to say the third decade he woke up and greeted the deacon who was shocked... God and the Blessed Mother in their wisdom gave my friend a new life...he is now hanging on the wall of the ambulance office with the paramedics who saved him... he has many relics of the saints that he brings when he does adoration...when i see him he lights so many around him and my life...if you ever come to boston let me know and will intro him to you...and take you to parish fav restaurant in the north end....
just remember that you are never alone. God is always with you waiting for your call. You are made in the likeness of god. You are very special to him. We are praying for you. May god be with you, bless you and strengthen you always. Peace be with you. Everyone, let's say one Hail Mary for Richard as soon as you are done reading this.