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And this realization should fill our minds with interest, longing and a desire for more. By coming to know how little we actually do know, we will hopefully be compelled to seek Christ more deeply. No, we may not know every detail of His life, but we can come to meet the Person. We can come to encounter the Living Word of God Himself in the Scriptures and, in that encounter and meeting of Him, we are given all we need.
Reflect, today, on how deeply you know Jesus. Do you spend sufficient time reading the Scriptures and meditating on them?
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Do you speak to Him daily and seek to know and love Him? Is He present to you and do you regularly make yourself present to Him? Lord, I may not know everything about Your life, but I do desire to know You. I desire to meet You every day, to love You and to know You. Help me to enter more deeply into a relationship with You. This can be especially true during times of difficulty or suffering.
Moments with Him: Daily Reflections
We can become so consumed by our pain that we often miss the blessing God has for us. May we take this time of Lent to grow deeper in relationship with Him through prayer. When we place our lives in His hands through prayers, we are opening our hearts to His revelations. In turn, we our unifying our will with His. It is through prayer that we are given the grace to know that He is present to us in every moment and that despite the hardships, He has a beautiful plan. Today, ask Christ to truly open your heart and mind to see Him in each moment of your day, in every person you encounter and in every situation you find yourself in.
The LORD confronts the evildoers, to destroy remembrance of them from the earth. When the just cry out, the LORD hears them, and from all their distress he rescues them. The Lord is close to the brokenhearted. The LORD is close to the brokenhearted; and those who are crushed in spirit he saves. Many are the troubles of the just man, but out of them all the LORD delivers him.
He watches over all his bones; not one of them shall be broken. The LORD redeems the lives of his servants; no one incurs guilt who takes refuge in him. In the Old Testament, God was always drawn to those who were broken-hearted because He understood their pain and suffering. Jesus also united Himself to the outcasts and those who were alone. In our Lenten journeys, we have experienced moments of joy, but we have also experienced trials. At times we can feel so alone, but that is not how God intended it to be.
He wants us to come to Him and make ourselves vulnerable to His Healing love. He wants to shower His graces upon us, fix our brokenness, and make us whole again. God can heal our broken heart, but He must have all the pieces. Are you willing to let these pieces go? Today, take a moment to think about the meaning of Lent. What is the purpose of observing Lent? What can we learn from our Lenten journey this year?
As we delve into these questions, let us ask Our Lord to reveal His Will so that we may better understand what He is seeking from us. Then I will make of you a great nation. They still chose to worship other gods.
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Thankfully, Moses intervened. Out of love for His faithful servant, God listened and the Israelites were able to continue on their journey towards the Promise Land. How could He? Sometimes, we tend to forget that God lovingly provides His people opportunities to repent from their sin and turn back to Him. Moses serves as a great example. If our God was truly a God of wrath, He would not have listened to Moses and destroyed His people in an instant.
However, He offered Moses an opportunity to reason with Him. Because of his Faith, He was able to save the Israelites. Today, spend 10 minutes in prayer, reflecting on your behaviors.
We are called to recognize our faults so that we may change them, grow in virtue, and ultimately please God. Although there will be consequences for our sins, we must remember that our God is filled with Love and Mercy.
Who do you need to see in a new way? What kind of blind spots prevent you from seeing the good in others?
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One might say that the disciples had an extraordinary religious experience on the mountain. William James suggests that we should judge religious experiences by the actions that they inspire. What in your life has felt like an extraordinary experience of spirit? What action came from it?
What is it about you that has the power to call out the best in others?
Review your daily reflections focusing on the story of the Transfiguration. How about giving thanks to the Lord, right now, for those moments of grace, hope and love on which you reflected this week. Name them and thank God, one-by-one.
Being Resolved - Catholic Daily Reflections
What did that feel like? Salvation and condemnation are presented in a startling new way in this teaching passage. Examine the direction of your life. Are you moving more deeply into life or are you making choices that slowly shut out life? Who are the people, what are the experiences that are drawing you more deeply into life?
What can you do to be more receptive to life? How can you be a person that invites others to move more deeply into life? Think about the day ahead of you. Where are the places, what are the decisions, when are the moments that will present you with the choice; do you turn toward God and move more deeply into life or turn toward the darkness and shut out life?
God does not ask for results. God asks for love. What are the things that keep you from being free to love? God desires that everyone may have eternal life. Dwell on that statement — God desires that everyone may have eternal life. What does that mean for you?