Monthly Archives: February 2012

St Peter

Lord, not my feet only but also my hands and my head! John 13:9

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Happy vday

Valentines day with God.

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Ochestra

God speaks in perfect symphony. Everything is in tune, and beautiful to my ears. Thank You Lord, for Your affirmation, and Your faithful love. Amen.

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More pointers on Wisdom from St Bernard

 “Happy is the man who has found wisdom.” Even more happy is the man “who lives in wisdom,” for he perceives its abundance. There are three ways for wisdom or prudence to abound in you: if you confess your sins, if you give … Continue reading

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Yes

It is all worth it when you receive a tiny token of appreciation, for work that you’ve done, knowing that you’ve somehow made an impression in their lives. Thank You Jesus, I am who I am  because of you. I … Continue reading

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Amen

The Lord has given me understanding that simultaneous growth is not only important but vital. Thank You, God.

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Amazed

God speaks to you, He does. So clearly does He speak to me, I’m amazed by You, Lord Jesus

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From a homily by a spiritual writer of the fourth century, May you be filled to the complete fullness of Christ

From a homily by a spiritual writer of the fourth century May you be filled to the complete fullness of Christ Those who have been found worthy to become children of God and also to be born again through the … Continue reading

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From a letter by Saint John Bosco, priest I have always laboured out of love

From a letter by Saint John Bosco, priest I have always laboured out of love First of all, if we wish to appear concerned about the true happiness of our foster children and if we would move them to fulfil … Continue reading

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Diadochus of Photica, “On Spiritual Perfection” The mind’s sense of taste teaches the art of spiritual discernment

Diadochus of Photica, “On Spiritual Perfection” The mind’s sense of taste teaches the art of spiritual discernment The light that true knowledge gives out is the ability to distinguish unerringly what is right from what is wrong. This being so, … Continue reading

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