pinterest therapy

A friend of mine is hurting. Really hurting.

My heart aches for him.

It aches because he’s such a good person.

It aches because I cannot change the terrible situation he finds himself in.

It aches because I too have walked down

that dark lonely corridor of rejection & abandonment before.

And so I listened.

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my highlighter dried up — cookiecrumbstoliveby

I love rainy days. I love reading. I most especially love the two combined. So today, (before all the college football viewing begins,) I am spending my morning getting caught up reading some of my favorite blog-sites, as I listen to the gentle pitter-patter of the rain falling upon our roof. Julie at Cookie crumbs to live by always manages to touch my Spirit in a way that is needed. She also has a knack for recommending some pretty wonderful books to read! I’m sharing one of her posts today which has done both. I hope it resonates in you as much as it has me. And I encourage you to pick up your own copy of Cardinal Sarah’s latest book, The Day Is Now Far Spent – may it enlighten your own Spirit as much as it has so many others. hugs & blessings!

“Despite the violence of the attacks that she may suffer, the Chruch will not die. This is the Lord’s promise, and His word is infallible.” …theologians amuse themselves by deconstructing dogmas and emptying morality of its profound meaning Relativism is the mask Judas disguised as an intellectual. Robert Cardinal Sarah (morning skies / Rosemary Beach, […]

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which Way?

gospel john
Photo from Unsplash – by Anthony Garand.

One gospel.

Two choices.

which Way have I chosen this lenten season?” Lord.

“Lectio Divina”, a Latin term, means “divine reading” and describes a way of reading the Scriptures whereby we gradually let go of our own agenda and open ourselves to what God wants to say to us. Notice what you think and feel as you read the gospel.

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