Thought for the day…


Week of Apr 11 to April 17, 2021


Divine Mercy Sunday

Sun, Apr. 11       Hail, most compassion Heart of my God, unfathomable living

                 Fount of Love from which gushes life fir sinful man and the Sprig

 of all sweetness.

                                                  Suggestion: Pray that you will be able to take up your cross today


 Mon. Apr.12     Blessed is the man to whom Christ has given strength of heart, that

                           He may not be able to fail, once set on the track of this life

                                                                                        Saint Ambrose

                                                  Suggestion: Rejoice in the fact that the Lord sends sufficient grace


Tue.  Apr. 13       Here I am Lord; I come to do your will                                                                                                  

                                                                                                                               Psalm 40:8      

                                             Suggestion: Do you really mean HIS will, or what you want?


Wed. Apr. 14     “…do I make my plans according to ordinary human standards, ready to say “Yes, yes” and “No, no” at the same time…?

                                                                                           Saint Paul to the 2Cor 1:17


                                       Suggestion: When you say “Yes” mean it and do it


Thu. Apr.15       Life is an adventure in forgiveness

                       Norman Cousins              


       Suggestion:  Ask God to bless that person that keeps hurting you


Fri. Apr. 16     “…O God, be merciful to me a sinner.”

                                                                                                                  Luke 18:13b


                               Suggestion: How can you ask God to forgive you if you don’t forgive others?


Sat. Apr. 17      Jesus did not only forgive his crucifiers, He excused them, for “they did not know what they had done.”

                                                                        Servant of God, Bishop William Giaquinta


                               Suggestion: Do you try and understand that difficult family member or fellow

                                                    worker and pray for them?


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