Monthly Archives: March 2017

​GOD KNOWS YOUR INTENTIONS

kindly know that there is no gain in deceiving one another because when we succeed in deceiving one another, we have simultaneously succeeded in bringing our relationship with Christ into disrepute. Continue reading

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​WE OWE ONE ANOTHER LOVE

Love is the summation of the law and the yardstick for growth in eternal life. Therefore, render to no one malice, revenge, bitterness or hate because they will prevent you from receiving the heavenly bode of everlasting peace and joy, and a fruitful life on earth. But love, an eternal virtue, helps us to ascend the heavenly bode. Continue reading

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​OFFERING, A HOLY AND SPIRITUAL RITUAL

I want you to show love, not offer sacrifices. I want you to know Me more than I want burnt offerings (Hosea 6:6). Continue reading

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A PASSING WORLD

Nothing is permanent in this world, not even our troubles.

 – Charlie Chaplin Continue reading

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A SELF-DESTRUCTIVE GENERATION 

“Tolerance is an important part of charity. Without it, it is difficult for two persons to get on together. Moreover, tolerance is the bond of all friendship, and unites people in heart and opinion and action, not only with each other, but in unity with our Lord, so that they may really be at peace”, said St. Vincent de Paul. Continue reading

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