Saturday, 16 December 2017

Verbo Domini (Sir 48:3)


In those special days we are eager for the prophetic words. For the words which can enlighten and kindle our hearts. For the words of the Lord who speaks to our soul directly. Without his holy words we neither choose rightly nor rejoice in our life. 
We do not need the words of people which often make us confused and hurt. They do not have the power to change the actual state of our mind. For that reason, we desire the Word from the heavenly Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. Only this holy Word is able to bring fire from heaven to the earth. Only this divine Word makes wonders and miracles in our life. Only this Word of God should be praised and honored by people all the time. 
As Christians, we listen to the Word carefully and follow the divine teaching. Thus, we know that all of us are united in Christ and called to achieve happiness in the Kingdom of God. By the Word we are taught how to love each other with tenderness and patience. In this Word we become holier and closer to God.

Monday, 11 December 2017

A Patre meo (Lk 10:22)


The declaration of Jesus invites us to see the goodness of our heavenly Father that we experience daily in our lives. God is good and abundant in his grace. As children of God, we receive this abundance of grace in our own realities. It is the Holy Spirit who helps us to notice these superfluous gifts poured on us. When we allow ourselves to be touched and guided by the Holy Spirit, we are able to see the wonders which God does in our lives. Then the unworthy becomes worthy, the weak becomes strong, the moron becomes wise, the blind gets vision, the wayward gets a direction etc. For nothing is impossible to God, when one commits his own life for the Spirit to flow through.
The season of Advent bids us to open our eyes and look at the creation with the eyes of a child. Let the irresistible sentiments of gratitude to our Creator rise up and find joyful expression in our being and doing (by s. Jessy Paul SSpS).

Wednesday, 6 December 2017

In monte isto (Is 25:7)


Advent is a special time when the Lord provides his gifts and the Holy Spirit for his beloved ones. Knowing the longings of your heart he wants you to feel happy, peaceful and hopeful during this season of divine grace. 
Accordingly, you need to prepare yourself for his blessings. Let him touch and cleanse you from your doubts, worries and all kinds of weaknesses. Keep in mind that you are his chosen one whom he loves wholeheartedly. Even if you make mistakes, commit sins and escape from his sight, he is by your side waiting to wipe away the tears from your face. Through his holy Word, he reminds you that God the Father cares and takes pity on you.
Therefore, patiently wait for the Lord who makes you rejoice and be glad. He puts his holy hand on your head and blesses you in the name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Accept his blessing and expect miracles in your life. Close your eyes and feel his gently touch which is the Holy Spirit abiding in you.

Thursday, 30 November 2017

Dominum Iesum! (Rom 10:9)


Apostle is the one who preaches that Jesus is Lord. He gives such a testimony because strongly believes and trusts in his heart. In addition, he knows that all the peoples can be saved by the divine grace. 
The disciple of Christ teaches his sisters and brothers that they should believe with their heart and be justified. They also need to confess their faith and acknowledge their weaknesses. 
The follower of Jesus reads the Scripture carefully and understands the will of God. Thus, he can easily recognize what is good and what is evil. Moreover, he listens to his conscience during the silent prayer and meets with the Lord is the Spirit. 
Thanks to the Holy Spirit he is enriched with many gifts and charisms. Furthermore, he receives the divine power to call on the name of the Lord in the world. Accordingly, he is a missionary who brings the good news to all the peoples. He never gives up but continues to share the gospel. In this way, his voice goes forth to all the earth and to the ends of the world. 

Monday, 20 November 2017

Iesu, miserere mei! (Lk 18:38)


Jesus approaches you with the new hope and healing. While you sit and beg for help, Jesus appears and hears the voice of your lament. He never passes by without noticing that you are in need. So you should be grateful for his presence in your life.
However, Jesus waits for your invitation. That is your turn to welcome him and to prepare place in your heart. You don't have to worry about others and their attitude towards Son of God. For him you are the one who is the most important and your response is crucial. 
Therefore, do not be silent but call Jesus to visit you with his divine grace. Call him to give you new hope and to heal you from your disease. Ask him to have pity on you. Trust in him because Jesus only can make miracles in your life. If you allow the Lord to enter into your life, he comes closer and touches you with his mighty hand. 
Jesus Christ always has the right and powerful word to support you. Moreover, he appreciates your strong faith and makes the real change in your situation. As a result, you praise God for his grace and follow the Son of God with joy.

Wednesday, 15 November 2017

Secundum voluntatem Dei (Sap 6:4)


Your vocation is to fulfill the will of God. Therefore, first of all you need to read the Scriptures carefully and listen to the Word who is Jesus Christ. Obviously, it takes time to understand what the Son of God speaks to you. Nonetheless, it is necessary if you like to manage your life and keep everything in the right order. 
Through the Holy Scripture, the Lord strengthens you and gives you the power of his Spirit. Thus, you are able to work peacefully and to govern all your thoughts. With the gift of the Spirit, you can judge rightly and make good decisions. If you know the divine Word, you walk according to the will of God. Also you are not afraid any more. On the contrary, even if you feel lowly you are sure that mercy of God is stronger than your weaknesses. 
Because the Lord is at your side, you do not fear anything. You live like a God's child who is fed with the divine graces. The Word teaches you wisdom which helps you to avoid sins. Moreover, you keep the holy precepts in order to attain holiness. In this way you are a witness to the Good News among those who lack happiness in their lives.

Tuesday, 31 October 2017

Exspectantes redemptionem (Rom 8:23)



Obviously, the sufferings are important part of our life. When we go through the painful experiences, we often forget that God is our loving Father. Since he has allowed his beloved Son to suffer and let us be in trouble. That is true we are humans and feel pain, but at the same time we are children of God who can overcome all the obstacles. Thanks to the Holy Spirit, we are stronger than any evil. For that reason we believe that our earthly life is only a period which ends and afterwards the heavenly life starts. 
As human beings we have an immortal soul and as a result nothing can destroy our dignity. Yes, we do suffer because of the pains and problems, but  we rejoice in the firstfruits of the Spirit as well. While we experience difficulties, we keep in mind that the redemption of our bodies is at hand. By the divine grace, we survive and are saved. Moreover, as sisters and brothers in Jesus Christ we wait patiently with endurance for the everlasting joy in the kingdom of God.