Daily Thought For October 29, 2022

  Cast Your Cares As a camel kneels before his master to have him remove his burden at the end of the day, so kneel each night and let the Master take your burden. Corrie Ten Boom

Daily Thought For October 23, 2022

  Powerful Reflection from The Word Among Us Let’s not get off on the wrong foot with the Pharisee in this parable. He seemed to be doing pretty well spiritually. He was not greedy, dishonest, or adulterous. He fasted twice a week and went so far as to pay tithes on all his income. He prayed at the Temple regularly. That was better than most people. So why did Jesus say he didn’t go home justified? Because the Temple was a place of encounter with God. A holy location where God and his children came together. This Pharisee seemed to be missing that connection with the Lord. Instead of speaking his prayer to God, he prayed “to himself” (Luke 18:11) and itemized his accomplishments. By focusing on his righteous acts, he was not really making himself present to God. He wasn’t inviting God to be present to him either. So he missed the chance to encounter God and receive his mercy and grace. In that sense, the Pharisee left the Temple basically the same way he had entered. The tax collector,

Daily Thought For October 20, 2022

  Ocean of Goodness Let us throw ourselves into the ocean of His goodness, where every failing will be canceled and anxiety turned into love. St. Paul of the Cross

Daily Thought For October 15, 2022

  Simplicity The closer one approaches to God, the simpler one becomes. St. Teresa of Avila

Daily Thought For October 13, 2022

  Character Your true character Is most accurately measured by how you treat those who can do 'Nothing' for you. St. Teresa of Calcutta

Daily Thought for October 11, 2022

 A Hopeful Perspective Consult not your fears but your hopes and your dreams. Think not about your frustrations, but about your unfulfilled potential. Concern yourself not with what you tried and failed in, but with what it is still possible for you to do. St. John XXIII