04.08.14 ~ Tuesday of the Fifth Week of Lent


In Conversation with God:

And as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, so must the Son of man be lifted up, that whosoever believes in him may have eternal life…

In no matter what age they attack God’s people as they travel towards the promised land of Heaven, the serpents and the poison are much the same: selfishness, sensuality, doctrinal errors and confusion, laziness, envy, slander, calumny…

Our Lord, Jesus, is not only the remedy for our weakness; He is also our Love…

Do we think it normal to ignore or neglect the people we love? Obviously not! Those we love figure constantly in our conversations, desires and thoughts. We hold them ever present. So it should be with God…

Ejaculatory prayers do not hinder your work, just as the beating of your heart does not impede the movements of the body…

CCC #367

Sometimes the soul is distinguished from the spirit: St. Paul for instance prays that God may sanctify his people “wholly”, with “spirit and soul and body” kept sound and blameless at the Lord’s coming. The Church teaches that this distinction does not introduce a duality into the soul. “Spirit” signifies that from creation man is ordered to a supernatural end and that his soul can gratuitously be raised beyond all it deserves to communion with God.


… for now, just stay with me, God, for now, just stay with me…


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