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The winds are high
and the seas are ready to go
for where the breeze may blow
miles and miles ahead
who shall know, what the horizons may show?

I shall always be with you
stay strong
take heart
be true to yourself
and you shall know
that I am always with you

The clouds play their tambourines
they sway, shake and sing
the flowers colours of spring
are chorus of every acoustic string

I shall sing
Yes I- God the King
Jesus Christ Triumph over death and sin
The perfect offering
shall pair words together
like love struck lovers
to serenade you while we're on the way

The streams of fiver
cold as they are blue
course through the veins of forest solitude
They refresh the lips and weary souls
as I shall be to you dear one
I shall be with you forever more
as we go one step after one more

worry leave your brows
and fear from your fragile heart
for I am at the helm-to sail the ship

I have reigned once and shall reign
again, again and again
Do not set your heart at qualms
stay in sight of My prophets' numerous psalms


Trust in Me
and you shall see
I've been holding and guiding you
and still I with you till in Heaven you shall be

I love you dear
do not fear
I shall sing you your triumphant song
in Me lays rest
I do profess
your name is written in My hands

Trust in Me
and you shall see
I've been holding and guiding you
and still I with you till in Heaven you shall be

I love you dear
do not fear
I shall sing you your triumphant song

in Me lays rest
I do profess
your name is written in My hands

follow My voice and place confidence in Me
I am with you all the way
I shall bless and keep you
My dearest one
in all of your days
I shall always be with you
I felt God singing in the depths of my soul...and I can picture Him in my mind's eye


11:05 a.m
27/8/15
Thursday

I'm about to embark in a new job. I am so excited and happy. Please do keep me in prayer as I shall keep all of you in mine :).


Shalom. 

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7:05 p.m
27/8/15
Thursday I am a dummy! 
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Today's gospel spoke about Jesus being the living bread which feeds the souls of mankind. 
(As I open the bible, briefly I smelled frankincense and myrrh.)

It begins in John 6:28. The priest related to this as to the awesome prayer of Saint Francis of Assisi's poem entitled "Canticle of Brother Sun and Sister Moon." and the Lord's prayer.

The daily bread in the Lord's prayer reminded me today, of the Manna which the Jewish received from God the Father. This living bread today is the Lord our God Jesus, Who sacrificed Himself for the sins of me and you.

He explained further how fortunate are we as Catholics to receive the Eucharist through our baptism into the church. Becoming baptized is a respond to say that "Yes, I believe that Jesus is the Bread of Life, yes I want to receive Him every day of my life."

Without being baptized we would not be able to enjoy the many sacraments which the Church so generously is graced with through Christ our Lord.

Thus, in becoming baptized, in acknowledging that Jesus is the living bread, we immediately become a sheep in His flock, and co-heir to the promises which God gave to our forefathers such as Abraham.

In a way, bread is the means of life. Bread is sufficiency, the simplest form of food which is available to rich and poor people.

Jesus does not just seek the poor but also the rich as Mother Teresa so wisely says that even the rich seeks to be loved, to be appreciated.

A hungry person will eat about anything which is given to him. Just as an unloved person would seek to be loved just by about anyone. When a hungry person is satisfied with bread, he no longer desires to look for any more food. A hungry person does not go looking for clothes, or fame, or glory. No. He looks for food. Any kind of food. It is as the priest mentioned during his homily, a shame that we who are so fortunate to have abundant of food and the graces of having choices whenever we do eat, waste food. In the previous homily about the miracle of the multiplication of the two fish and five loaves of bread, Jesus did not leave the crumbs and bits of fishes when the crowd left. He gathered them into baskets and He said, "Let it not go to waste..." Jesus our Lord Who could perform the same miracle again instructed His disciples to gather the remains into the baskets that they may be eaten again at a later date. Our Lord teaches us that we must not take things for granted. Every thing which we receive from the hands of the Lord is a grace and blessing. We must try to put our talents and what has been given to us to bread Him good fruit to the extent which His graces allows us to. We must pray for this grace.

Thus "Give us today our daily bread" reminds me of what priests and RCIA facilitators has taught ,me, do not demand anything from God but to ask Him that you may have what is needed for THAT day. As when the Jewish people received Manna, they tried to gather more in hopes that they would have some more to eat later, but the additional portions rotted. God was teaching them to rely on Him and to also practise moderation as well as trusting God to be their sole provider. Indeed I believe that He is.

Another incident which reminds me of submitting to God for our daily provisions are also what an FMM nun, Sr M advised me to do; when I pray, I should only say this ; "I pray to do your will O God." and everything else will fall into place. Sometimes I tend to go off tangent and go to God asking for many things, when the sole purpose of praying is to talk to God, praise Him, seek guidance and surrendering to Him so that He may use me to do His will.NOT my will but HIS. God is above me and I am but ash and dust. My human tendency to err is numerous, but He has been very gracious and merciful to me, for that I am very thankful. Thanks be to God.

When the priest recited the poem which Saint Francis wrote, it was rather profound. Saint Francis begins his poem by praising God, thanking Him for the wondrous deeds the Lord God has done for him. Then he talks of the Sun which provides life and light to all the world. Then he continues to talk about the moon and the stars.

I am sorry to say I can't really remember all the priest said, but he did say how the moon is not able to be without the Sun, Who is Jesus Christ our Lord. The wind, in a way is the Spirit of God in us, as when He created us, He breathed life into our vessels, thus we become.

I can't stop thinking about how the way the Jews did not believe that Jesus is the Bread which the Father in Heaven had sent to give life to them. This was how the people reacted in Exodus 16. They though were rescued from slavery of Pharaoh and led to freedom still did not believe that God was capable of taking care of them while they were in the desert. The murmuring of the Jews on how they didn't grasp that Jesus is the bread of life reminded me of how the Jews didn't trust God to provide for them even after delivering them from the red sea. Even after they witness how God used Moses to part the red sea and delivered them across to save lands, and drown the Egyptians as soon as the last person crossed over.

Sometimes as humans, we tend to forget the good which we have. Bread itself could also be viewed not just as a means of consumption or financial profit but the graces which God so generously grace us with all the time.

Going back to Exodus 16 in verse 17 the Jews had gathered more than they were supposed, to as a person in a buffet puts more food on the plate as he ought to not because he is able to eat it, but because he is under the impression that he has been given the privilege to do so. The priest mentions how waste of food has accumulated now and our world is becoming a landfill of filth. What have we become? He mentions that there are countries where fast food staff go out to the back of their restaurants to gather whatever remains of food they can find in the bin to bring back to their homes that they may eat. I've read articles where kids in third world countries purposely wait at a dumping site for the trucks to come and unload because they'd find food in the trash which the rich has disposed off, to eat. They find half eaten chicken, barely opened jars of food just because they were almost near expiry date or that because the food was a result of overeating, which led to disposal.

The priest says that not many people would have liked to go to his kitchen because he recycles or rather finishes the unfinished portion of food from days before.

As such, take not more than we require and share with others the extras which we have.

Selfishness, greed, gluttony are quite the ferocious monsters of sin. It takes a whole to let go, surrender and self abstain from certain things.

Bread sustains man and Jesus is the bread. When we receive Him, we must truly believe that He IS present in the Eucharist through the consecration of the priest. This is God's transfiguring the bread and wine into our Lord God's body and blood.

We must truly believe what He has told us. Faith the size of a mustard seed. Believe that Jesus is our soul's sole provider.

Unless we receive the Kingdom of Heaven like a little child, we cannot enter it. (Luke 18:17)

Believe in the Son of God Who is Bread of Heaven given to mankind by God the Father, to nourish and save mankind.

Alleluia....

"No one can come to Me unless he is drawn by the Father Who sent Me; and I will raise him up on the last day.." -John 6:43

"Yet all the Father gives Me, will come to Me, and whoever comes to Me, I shall not turn away. For I have not come from Heaven not to do My own will but the will of the One Who sent Me."- John 6: 37-38

"I and the Father are one" - John 10:30

" I am the Truth, the Way and the Life, no one comes to the Father, but through Me." - John 14;6

Through the emotional struggles which I had today, for the victories achieved, none can be accomplished without God. For that I want to say
Thanks be to God.

I have failed many times, as long as I try, with God's grace, I am sufficient.

As bread feeds the flesh, so does Jesus feeds the soul and heals it.

When we receive communion, believe. do not doubt. It is truly the Son of God.

I believe it. Do you? Let us pray for stronger faith.

Amen.

Thank you Fr. Moses, for that wonderful insight on today's homily.

Thanks be to God and praise be unto Him Who is God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, in union One now and forever amen.

Also, let nothing hinder you, neither fear or discouragement, from entering into the confessional to seek absolution from the Lord Jesus Christ through the priest,. The more fear you have of confessing your sins to the priest, the more you should pray for courage, humility and confidence in God...for the Evil One will stop at nothing to distant you from God by telling you lies. The devil will stop at nothing to make you fear confession and thus seeking absolution. Do not be afraid, God has already seen you coming and knows that you are seeking His pardon. He shall not turn you away. Instead, He shall embrace and forgive you not because you are good but because He is your Father and you are His child. 

as saint Paul says in Hebrews 4:14-16, Jesus understands us and is merciful and kind. He accepts us and will not drive us away from confessing our sins only to pray for grace to not repeat it again.


Amen.

  • Listening to: The Big Songs of Worship CD

Today's gospel spoke about Jesus being the living bread which feeds the souls of mankind. 
(As I open the bible, briefly I smelled frankincense and myrrh.)

It begins in John 6:28. The priest related to this as to the awesome prayer of Saint Francis of Assisi's poem entitled "Canticle of Brother Sun and Sister Moon." and the Lord's prayer.

The daily bread in the Lord's prayer reminded me today, of the Manna which the Jewish received from God the Father. This living bread today is the Lord our God Jesus, Who sacrificed Himself for the sins of me and you.

He explained further how fortunate are we as Catholics to receive the Eucharist through our baptism into the church. Becoming baptized is a respond to say that "Yes, I believe that Jesus is the Bread of Life, yes I want to receive Him every day of my life."

Without being baptized we would not be able to enjoy the many sacraments which the Church so generously is graced with through Christ our Lord.

Thus, in becoming baptized, in acknowledging that Jesus is the living bread, we immediately become a sheep in His flock, and co-heir to the promises which God gave to our forefathers such as Abraham.

In a way, bread is the means of life. Bread is sufficiency, the simplest form of food which is available to rich and poor people.

Jesus does not just seek the poor but also the rich as Mother Teresa so wisely says that even the rich seeks to be loved, to be appreciated.

A hungry person will eat about anything which is given to him. Just as an unloved person would seek to be loved just by about anyone. When a hungry person is satisfied with bread, he no longer desires to look for any more food. A hungry person does not go looking for clothes, or fame, or glory. No. He looks for food. Any kind of food. It is as the priest mentioned during his homily, a shame that we who are so fortunate to have abundant of food and the graces of having choices whenever we do eat, waste food. In the previous homily about the miracle of the multiplication of the two fish and five loaves of bread, Jesus did not leave the crumbs and bits of fishes when the crowd left. He gathered them into baskets and He said, "Let it not go to waste..." Jesus our Lord Who could perform the same miracle again instructed His disciples to gather the remains into the baskets that they may be eaten again at a later date. Our Lord teaches us that we must not take things for granted. Every thing which we receive from the hands of the Lord is a grace and blessing. We must try to put our talents and what has been given to us to bread Him good fruit to the extent which His graces allows us to. We must pray for this grace.

Thus "Give us today our daily bread" reminds me of what priests and RCIA facilitators has taught ,me, do not demand anything from God but to ask Him that you may have what is needed for THAT day. As when the Jewish people received Manna, they tried to gather more in hopes that they would have some more to eat later, but the additional portions rotted. God was teaching them to rely on Him and to also practise moderation as well as trusting God to be their sole provider. Indeed I believe that He is.

Another incident which reminds me of submitting to God for our daily provisions are also what an FMM nun, Sr M advised me to do; when I pray, I should only say this ; "I pray to do your will O God." and everything else will fall into place. Sometimes I tend to go off tangent and go to God asking for many things, when the sole purpose of praying is to talk to God, praise Him, seek guidance and surrendering to Him so that He may use me to do His will.NOT my will but HIS. God is above me and I am but ash and dust. My human tendency to err is numerous, but He has been very gracious and merciful to me, for that I am very thankful. Thanks be to God.

When the priest recited the poem which Saint Francis wrote, it was rather profound. Saint Francis begins his poem by praising God, thanking Him for the wondrous deeds the Lord God has done for him. Then he talks of the Sun which provides life and light to all the world. Then he continues to talk about the moon and the stars.

I am sorry to say I can't really remember all the priest said, but he did say how the moon is not able to be without the Sun, Who is Jesus Christ our Lord. The wind, in a way is the Spirit of God in us, as when He created us, He breathed life into our vessels, thus we become.

I can't stop thinking about how the way the Jews did not believe that Jesus is the Bread which the Father in Heaven had sent to give life to them. This was how the people reacted in Exodus 16. They though were rescued from slavery of Pharaoh and led to freedom still did not believe that God was capable of taking care of them while they were in the desert. The murmuring of the Jews on how they didn't grasp that Jesus is the bread of life reminded me of how the Jews didn't trust God to provide for them even after delivering them from the red sea. Even after they witness how God used Moses to part the red sea and delivered them across to save lands, and drown the Egyptians as soon as the last person crossed over.

Sometimes as humans, we tend to forget the good which we have. Bread itself could also be viewed not just as a means of consumption or financial profit but the graces which God so generously grace us with all the time.

Going back to Exodus 16 in verse 17 the Jews had gathered more than they were supposed, to as a person in a buffet puts more food on the plate as he ought to not because he is able to eat it, but because he is under the impression that he has been given the privilege to do so. The priest mentions how waste of food has accumulated now and our world is becoming a landfill of filth. What have we become? He mentions that there are countries where fast food staff go out to the back of their restaurants to gather whatever remains of food they can find in the bin to bring back to their homes that they may eat. I've read articles where kids in third world countries purposely wait at a dumping site for the trucks to come and unload because they'd find food in the trash which the rich has disposed off, to eat. They find half eaten chicken, barely opened jars of food just because they were almost near expiry date or that because the food was a result of overeating, which led to disposal.

The priest says that not many people would have liked to go to his kitchen because he recycles or rather finishes the unfinished portion of food from days before.

As such, take not more than we require and share with others the extras which we have.

Selfishness, greed, gluttony are quite the ferocious monsters of sin. It takes a whole to let go, surrender and self abstain from certain things.

Bread sustains man and Jesus is the bread. When we receive Him, we must truly believe that He IS present in the Eucharist through the consecration of the priest. This is God's transfiguring the bread and wine into our Lord God's body and blood.

We must truly believe what He has told us. Faith the size of a mustard seed. Believe that Jesus is our soul's sole provider.

Unless we receive the Kingdom of Heaven like a little child, we cannot enter it. (Luke 18:17)

Believe in the Son of God Who is Bread of Heaven given to mankind by God the Father, to nourish and save mankind.

Alleluia....

"No one can come to Me unless he is drawn by the Father Who sent Me; and I will raise him up on the last day.." -John 6:43

"Yet all the Father gives Me, will come to Me, and whoever comes to Me, I shall not turn away. For I have not come from Heaven not to do My own will but the will of the One Who sent Me."- John 6: 37-38

"I and the Father are one" - John 10:30

" I am the Truth, the Way and the Life, no one comes to the Father, but through Me." - John 14;6

Through the emotional struggles which I had today, for the victories achieved, none can be accomplished without God. For that I want to say
Thanks be to God.

I have failed many times, as long as I try, with God's grace, I am sufficient.

As bread feeds the flesh, so does Jesus feeds the soul and heals it.

When we receive communion, believe. do not doubt. It is truly the Son of God.

I believe it. Do you? Let us pray for stronger faith.

Amen.

Thank you Fr. Moses, for that wonderful insight on today's homily.

Thanks be to God and praise be unto Him Who is God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, in union One now and forever amen

  • Listening to: The Big Songs of Worship CD

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  • Listening to: The Big Songs of Worship CD
There's a voice in my head
saying "Keep your eyes on the light
don't lose sight..."
There's a voice beside me saying
"Go back the way you came
why did you start anyway?"


I've decided the reason why
I choose to stand firm and fight
I've decided that I'd rather die
than to perish in God's sight


there're two roads in front of me
what do I do
which do I choose
O Holy Spirit hear my plea
and down He comes from Heaven above


He said;
"Don't be afraid
Don't let courage subside
I'm the God of Abraham at your side
I'll be with you all the time


I'll always go before you..."

There're two roads which is right and wrong
How do I decide?
The Holy Spirit said to me
"Kneel down and surrender yourself to the Lord Jesus Christ.

In the midst of despair
God isn't absent He's always there
He will guide you to the place where is plenty every where
good fruit of the Father's ware



Hold steady
I'm by your side
put your faith in Me and realize


Those who trust in Me
King of compassion
Triumph of Calvary
Hold My hand
and trust in Me
I shall lead you to victory."


faith is suffering endured
in God my hopes and faith is secured
I do not want to place my trust on worldly things
but on the King of Kings


Because of Jesus I shall not die
for in Him my sins are crucified
praise the Lord because I am alive
so His name I lift up on high


praise the Lord then
O my soul
God of Abraham
the Great I Am
He is the One whom all shall fear
not in trembling but holy revere


praise the Lord I am alive

Because of Jesus I shall not die
for in Him my sins are crucified
praise the Lord because I am alive
so His name I lift up on high

faith is suffering endured
in God my hopes and faith is secured
I do not want to place my trust on worldly things
but on the King of Kings

He said;
"Don't be afraid
Don't let courage subside
I'm the God of Abraham at your side
I'll be with you all the time

I'll always go before you..."

When the voice inside my head
tells me to fear or to look at dread
I tell them my God is alive
He is with me and I shall be alright

My God is so alive


Praise the Lord
my God
My soul
praise the Lord
Oh Jesus Christ

faith is suffering endured
in God my hopes and faith is secured
I do not want to place my trust on worldly things
but on the King of Kings

Because of Jesus I shall not die
for in Him my sins are crucified
praise the Lord because I am alive
so His name I lift up on high

Today's gospel spoke about Jesus being the living bread which feeds the souls of mankind. 
(As I open the bible, briefly I smelled frankincense and myrrh.)

It begins in John 6:28. The priest related to this as to the awesome prayer of Saint Francis of Assisi's poem entitled "Canticle of Brother Sun and Sister Moon." and the Lord's prayer.

The daily bread in the Lord's prayer reminded me today, of the Manna which the Jewish received from God the Father. This living bread today is the Lord our God Jesus, Who sacrificed Himself for the sins of me and you.

He explained further how fortunate are we as Catholics to receive the Eucharist through our baptism into the church. Becoming baptized is a respond to say that "Yes, I believe that Jesus is the Bread of Life, yes I want to receive Him every day of my life."

Without being baptized we would not be able to enjoy the many sacraments which the Church so generously is graced with through Christ our Lord.

Thus, in becoming baptized, in acknowledging that Jesus is the living bread, we immediately become a sheep in His flock, and co-heir to the promises which God gave to our forefathers such as Abraham.

In a way, bread is the means of life. Bread is sufficiency, the simplest form of food which is available to rich and poor people.

Jesus does not just seek the poor but also the rich as Mother Teresa so wisely says that even the rich seeks to be loved, to be appreciated.

A hungry person will eat about anything which is given to him. Just as an unloved person would seek to be loved just by about anyone. When a hungry person is satisfied with bread, he no longer desires to look for any more food. A hungry person does not go looking for clothes, or fame, or glory. No. He looks for food. Any kind of food. It is as the priest mentioned during his homily, a shame that we who are so fortunate to have abundant of food and the graces of having choices whenever we do eat, waste food. In the previous homily about the miracle of the multiplication of the two fish and five loaves of bread, Jesus did not leave the crumbs and bits of fishes when the crowd left. He gathered them into baskets and He said, "Let it not go to waste..." Jesus our Lord Who could perform the same miracle again instructed His disciples to gather the remains into the baskets that they may be eaten again at a later date. Our Lord teaches us that we must not take things for granted. Every thing which we receive from the hands of the Lord is a grace and blessing. We must try to put our talents and what has been given to us to bread Him good fruit to the extent which His graces allows us to. We must pray for this grace.

Thus "Give us today our daily bread" reminds me of what priests and RCIA facilitators has taught ,me, do not demand anything from God but to ask Him that you may have what is needed for THAT day. As when the Jewish people received Manna, they tried to gather more in hopes that they would have some more to eat later, but the additional portions rotted. God was teaching them to rely on Him and to also practise moderation as well as trusting God to be their sole provider. Indeed I believe that He is.

Another incident which reminds me of submitting to God for our daily provisions are also what an FMM nun, Sr M advised me to do; when I pray, I should only say this ; "I pray to do your will O God." and everything else will fall into place. Sometimes I tend to go off tangent and go to God asking for many things, when the sole purpose of praying is to talk to God, praise Him, seek guidance and surrendering to Him so that He may use me to do His will.NOT my will but HIS. God is above me and I am but ash and dust. My human tendency to err is numerous, but He has been very gracious and merciful to me, for that I am very thankful. Thanks be to God.

When the priest recited the poem which Saint Francis wrote, it was rather profound. Saint Francis begins his poem by praising God, thanking Him for the wondrous deeds the Lord God has done for him. Then he talks of the Sun which provides life and light to all the world. Then he continues to talk about the moon and the stars.

I am sorry to say I can't really remember all the priest said, but he did say how the moon is not able to be without the Sun, Who is Jesus Christ our Lord. The wind, in a way is the Spirit of God in us, as when He created us, He breathed life into our vessels, thus we become.

I can't stop thinking about how the way the Jews did not believe that Jesus is the Bread which the Father in Heaven had sent to give life to them. This was how the people reacted in Exodus 16. They though were rescued from slavery of Pharaoh and led to freedom still did not believe that God was capable of taking care of them while they were in the desert. The murmuring of the Jews on how they didn't grasp that Jesus is the bread of life reminded me of how the Jews didn't trust God to provide for them even after delivering them from the red sea. Even after they witness how God used Moses to part the red sea and delivered them across to save lands, and drown the Egyptians as soon as the last person crossed over.

Sometimes as humans, we tend to forget the good which we have. Bread itself could also be viewed not just as a means of consumption or financial profit but the graces which God so generously grace us with all the time.

Going back to Exodus 16 in verse 17 the Jews had gathered more than they were supposed, to as a person in a buffet puts more food on the plate as he ought to not because he is able to eat it, but because he is under the impression that he has been given the privilege to do so. The priest mentions how waste of food has accumulated now and our world is becoming a landfill of filth. What have we become? He mentions that there are countries where fast food staff go out to the back of their restaurants to gather whatever remains of food they can find in the bin to bring back to their homes that they may eat. I've read articles where kids in third world countries purposely wait at a dumping site for the trucks to come and unload because they'd find food in the trash which the rich has disposed off, to eat. They find half eaten chicken, barely opened jars of food just because they were almost near expiry date or that because the food was a result of overeating, which led to disposal.

The priest says that not many people would have liked to go to his kitchen because he recycles or rather finishes the unfinished portion of food from days before.

As such, take not more than we require and share with others the extras which we have.

Selfishness, greed, gluttony are quite the ferocious monsters of sin. It takes a whole to let go, surrender and self abstain from certain things.

Bread sustains man and Jesus is the bread. When we receive Him, we must truly believe that He IS present in the Eucharist through the consecration of the priest. This is God's transfiguring the bread and wine into our Lord God's body and blood.

We must truly believe what He has told us. Faith the size of a mustard seed. Believe that Jesus is our soul's sole provider.

Unless we receive the Kingdom of Heaven like a little child, we cannot enter it. (Luke 18:17)

Believe in the Son of God Who is Bread of Heaven given to mankind by God the Father, to nourish and save mankind.

Alleluia....

"No one can come to Me unless he is drawn by the Father Who sent Me; and I will raise him up on the last day.." -John 6:43

"Yet all the Father gives Me, will come to Me, and whoever comes to Me, I shall not turn away. For I have not come from Heaven not to do My own will but the will of the One Who sent Me."- John 6: 37-38

"I and the Father are one" - John 10:30

" I am the Truth, the Way and the Life, no one comes to the Father, but through Me." - John 14;6

Through the emotional struggles which I had today, for the victories achieved, none can be accomplished without God. For that I want to say
Thanks be to God.

I have failed many times, as long as I try, with God's grace, I am sufficient.

As bread feeds the flesh, so does Jesus feeds the soul and heals it.

When we receive communion, believe. do not doubt. It is truly the Son of God.

I believe it. Do you? Let us pray for stronger faith.

Amen.

Thank you Fr. Moses, for that wonderful insight on today's homily.

Thanks be to God and praise be unto Him Who is God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, in union One now and forever amen.

Also, let nothing hinder you, neither fear or discouragement, from entering into the confessional to seek absolution from the Lord Jesus Christ through the priest,. The more fear you have of confessing your sins to the priest, the more you should pray for courage, humility and confidence in God...for the Evil One will stop at nothing to distant you from God by telling you lies. The devil will stop at nothing to make you fear confession and thus seeking absolution. Do not be afraid, God has already seen you coming and knows that you are seeking His pardon. He shall not turn you away. Instead, He shall embrace and forgive you not because you are good but because He is your Father and you are His child. 

as saint Paul says in Hebrews 4:14-16, Jesus understands us and is merciful and kind. He accepts us and will not drive us away from confessing our sins only to pray for grace to not repeat it again.


Amen.

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