It’s worth it to follow the Lord with all we have.
It’s an invitation to us, His disciples today, to fully immerse ourselves in the events of the Passion, the death, and yes the resurrection of Jesus.
He is the son of God, the Messiah and the savior of the world. We see the power of Jesus to even conquer death.
The Transfiguration of Jesus. It indicates to us who Jesus really is.
Our physical needs should be subject to our spiritual needs. There is a temptation to not prioritize our spiritual lives and put our physical needs first.
We love with kindness and mercy. We love because everyone deserves to be loved. God’s love embraces saint and sinner alike. He teaches us to see the greatest good of others, even those who persecute us.
Come to the sacrament of reconciliation and ask God, through the Church, for forgiveness and grace.
As followers of Jesus we are best serving our purpose when we are living for and with Christ and for others, not for ourselves.
Here in the maritimes, people go to the grocery stores three days before a storm to get their storm chips. That’s the most important thing. Unlike a storm or hurricane, it’s not really possible to over-prepare for Jesus. There’s actually no bottom to the depths of our relationship with God. And so our preparation during Advent involves us thinking about, praying about,…
God doesn’t need us to do great things for Him on our own strength. Instead, He wants us to be totally His, and from that relationship we cannot help but go out and build His Kingdom. Being with the Lord flows into doing the Lord’s will. Sit at His feet, then be His feet. Receive…