- Amy Welborn
Thank you for the wonderful analogy from daily living experiences. Really makes the Word come alive for me.
Thank you for the welcome back Mg. Funny how things have not changed much all of these years, some 2,000 years ago.
Why are we troubled, because of the unknown is probably the answer.
I always tell others, have faith, let go and let God. Sometimes I need to be my own student and listen to my own advise, easier said than done.
We are only like this because we are human but know that all troubles are better with God in our lives and prayers than not.
Ask God for help and he will help us through our troubles, we are not alone with God.
His word, the Bible is a great place to start. Reflect on weekly readings in the Bible and walk closer with him.
Also welcome home to the USA Tim
Amen. I was at mass last night and became so overcome with the feeling of God’s presence. Lord help me to have that experience in everything I do because I know you are with me.
Be not afraid. Amen.
Amy, what a good analogy - one that I think we can all relate to! How often I don't fully trust that Christ is right here with me to make all a lot easier than I think. Thanks for this and your many other great insights!
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Lord,please have mercy on us all, amen !