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.