Lynn James Radcliffe
|A Prayer Diary||
A wonderful way to think and pray about the life to which you’ve been entrusted is to face into the certainty of your own death. The only thing uncertain about death is how and when we will die.
Br. Curtis Almquist, SSJE
I pray for faith to believe in the ultimate victory of Thy Holy Spirit over disease and death and all the powers of darkness.
So I say to you, walk with the wind, brothers and sisters, and let the spirit of peace and the power of everlasting love be your guide.
Somehow I must make God central to me and in me, over and above the use to which I wish or need to put His energy and His power.
If there were ever going to be a patron saint of listeners, surely it should be Mary's cousin Elizabeth, the wisdom figure to whom she went when she realized that she was pregnant with Jesus.
The thought of God is not to be found in those thoughts which imprint images in the mind, but in the thoughts which make no imprints.
…we can learn to pray in this way: First we should ask for clarity, then we can search for a proper goal for our prayer, and finally we can knock at the door of heaven to be shown the way of implementing that prayer.
Br. David Allen, SSJE
Today let me be reminded of Christ’s meekness and humility, which oftentimes means “losing,” while others “win.”
7/19/20 Three virtues invariably bring light to the mind; never to see evil intentions in anyone; to suffer everything that befalls without being troubled, and to do good to evil-doers.
Monks of Callistus