WITH JESUS IN THE MORNING
Receive this new day with gratitude and let yourself be challenged by Jesus' question: "Is it allowed to do good or evil on the Sabbath?" (Mk 3:1-6) "This man who had his hand paralyzed represents the infertile human race for good, but cured by the mercy of God." (Pope Francis) It is always a time for compassion, despite the good excuses you want to make. Do not deprive yourself of the good you can do around you. There are many dry hands that need yours. Offer your journey, and with your silent testimony help those who suffer religious persecution. Our Father...
WITH JESUS DURING THE DAY
Take a moment to rest and reflect. What in you is dry, sterile and can become alive through love? With regard to Jesus who heals the withered hand, Pope Francis says of everyone: “the right hand had dried up in Adam, when he took the fruit of the forbidden tree; and he was cured with the juice of good works by the grace of the Redeemer." What resonates within you? All the love you give restores in you more capacity to give. Resume your tasks in this impulse, collaborating from you are with the intention of the month.
WITH JESUS IN THE NIGHT
Calm the heart and calm your thoughts. Give thanks to God for one more day. Where do you put your love throughout the day? Do you see that you could love someone more and better? Do you feel rejection or attachment to something or someone? Love knows how to recognize the value of each person, beyond their appearances and respect them. What can you do differently to grow in love for all creatures? Write down what you discover and pray for those who suffer religious discrimination. Hail Mary...
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