Tag: Encouragement

Embracing Change

“I can’t do this anymore…” “Behold, I will do a new thing; now it shall spring forth; shall ye not know it? I will even make a way in the wilderness, and rivers in the desert.” Is. 43:19 So many people know something needs to change in their life, But so many stay stuck right

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“So they went off and preached repentance.”

Today’s Scripture readings (now yesterday’s readings thanks to the ebbs and flows of Motherhood) are some of my favorites when it comes to the Judeo-Christian relationship. If you’ve been following along from my reflection on yesterday’s readings, then you will likely notice the readings often build upon one another. This helps to make a clean

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“Where did this man get all this? What kind of wisdom has been given him?”

In certain faith traditions, it’s a custom to follow a liturgical cycle, where the readings from the Scriptures are organized in such a way that helps the reader identify key points and connections between both Testaments. As a student myself, I’ve always appreciated the Daily Roman Missal for just that reason. It makes it easy

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January 25, 2021 Message from Our Lady | The Time of Giving Birth

Our Lady to Marija, one of the Medjugorje Visionaries on January 25th, 2021: Dear children! I am calling you at this time to prayer, fasting and renunciation, that you may be stronger in faith. This is a time of awakening and of giving birth. As nature, which gives itself, you also, little children, ponder how

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THE LAST BEST HOPE ON EARTH?

In case you’re interested in hearing the full quote, which has now been seemingly well coordinated by both Congressmen and President-Elect Joseph Biden’s speech coordinator in some well-timed addresses to the nation on January 6th, the day Congress is set to certify the electoral college votes, originally read by President Lincoln to the Congress of

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