This brief reflection was written by Rev. Njoku Canice Chukwuemeka, C. The weapons she places at our disposal to help us triumph include amongst others: Endurance and Hard Work! According to Gautama Siddhartha, B. Therefore, we must not give up. Instead, we must continue to endure until we triumph over all the enemies and evil that afflicts us. The Church teaches us today that Christ will come to bring all that is evil to nothing. He continues to strengthen our ability to endure daily through the Eucharist. Hence, the She says to all of us today: Feras, non culpes, quod mutari non potest you should endure, not blame, what cannot be changed!
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And everybody comes in in awe of the temple, how beautiful it is, this monument to the presence of God. Nowhere is God more close than in the Holy of Holies. And then everybody admired, of course, the amount of money it took to make it and the beautiful lights and the beautiful walls and the cedars of Lebanon etc, etc. The end times was a feeling among the Jewish people that the ultimate desolation would happen in the end times, but out of that desolation would come something special, for the Messiah would come and rescue them all. And so it was that they managed to have hope. When will it take place? What shall we do? There will be destruction, people crying for peace and there is no peace, looking for salvation, healing, and there is no salvation and healing, because the selfishness and arrogance of mankind continues to laugh at the joys and hopes of those who follow the Lord, who believe, who hope and who love. Because you have faith in God and not in men.
Clearly the gospel writers are pointing to that great day when Jesus will return, bring this world to an end, and establish the Kingdom of God. For the truth is that in our lives we experience moments when our world comes to an end. There are moments of passage, moments of change, when one world ends and another begins. These moments can be joyful or frightening.
Chapisha Maoni. Malachi Gospel: Luke There is this man who neither goes to Small Christian groups neither to the church. He goes about telling his friends that since God lives in everyone's soul, thus it is not necessary for anyone to go to the church to find God. His Parish priest learns about that, thus decides to pay a prompt visit to that man. While paying the visit to that man, being the winter season the parish priest finds the man warming in himself by the fire side. The man decides to invite the priest to join him at the fire side, of which the priest accepts. The priest being there, does not speak about the church attendance, although the man suspects that is why he came.