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Friday, February 1, 2019

First Friday

Deuteronomy, Chapter 3, Verse 2 The LORD said to me; do not be afraid of him, for I have delivered him into your power with all his people and his land. Do to him as you did to Sihon, king of the Amorites, who reigned in Heshbon.
Again, in Deuteronomy we are told to not be afraid of men. God is our strength; He is our success. Neither fear the evil one. Do not be afraid when men out of ignorance or a lust for power commit all kinds of abominations. Like our Lord we must pray for them. God’s blood does not call for vengeance but for repentance and righteous action. We need not fear nor do nothing, but we must act within our laws doing all we can to reverse the trend of men of power to sacrifice to the evil one as in the recent actions of the Govenors of New York and Virginia to authorize the full sacrifice of human lives to the altar of womenhood. Pray as our Lord, Father they do not know what they do.
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Thursday, January 31, 2019

SAINT JOHN BOSCO Psalm 103, Verse 11For as the heavens tower over the earth, so his mercy towers over those who fear him.
The earth is indeed blessed among all the planets in our solar system because of our heaven. As the heavens have made the earth a garden rich with life like so is God grace over those who are faithful and love Him.Never forget our Lord asked Peter if he loves Him three times.One time for each of the times Peter denied our Lord on the eve of His crucifixion thus nullifying Peter’s denials and restoring him. Christ asks Peter with each affirmation to 1) feed His lambs 2) tend His sheep and 3) feed His sheep.
First Christ asked Peter if he loves Him more than the others thus establishing Peters leadership on love. Next Christ tells Peter to feed His lambs to give them a core of strength. If we wish to develop strength in ourselves and others it is imperative that we give hope, confidence, a work ethic, resilience, self-control and courage to the lambs in our charge.