Tag Archives: mercy

Day 236 of 365 Days With God

We should have frequent recourse to prayer, and persevere a long time in it. God wishes to be solicited. He is not weary of hearing us.  The treasure of His graces is infinite. We can do nothing more pleasing to him than to beg incessantly that He bestow them upon us.

—  St. John Baptist de la Salle

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Day 232 of 365 Days With God

Spiritual joy arises from purity of the heart and perseverance in prayer.

— St. Francis of Assisi

Day 230 of 365 Days With God

Take heed not to foster thy own judgment, for, without doubt, it will inebriate thee; as there is no difference between an intoxicated man and one full of his own opinion, and one is no more capable of reasoning than the other.

— St. Francis de Sales

Day 226 of 365 Days With God

Today is the optional Memorial of Guardian Angels.   Give God thanks and praise that he has charged you with your very own Guardian Angel to guide and protect you  all your days.  You can also offer up a ‘Glory Be’ in Thanksgiving  to God for his faithfulness and goodness, and in honor of your .Guardian Angel.

Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit, as it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.

“Because you have the LORD for your refuge

 and have made the Most High your stronghold,

No evil shall befall you,

no affliction come near your tent.f

*For he commands his angels with regard to you,g

to guard you wherever you go.h

With their hands they shall support you,

lest you strike your foot against a stone.i

Psalm 91:9-12

Angel of God, my guardian dear, to whom His love commits me here,
ever this night be at my side, to light and guard, to rule and guide. Amen.

 

 

Day 222 of 365 Days With God

God must be loved first, in order that one’s neighbor, too, may be loved in God.

— St Bernard

Day 218 of 365 Days With God

f we love God and are faithful to Him, we shall be at peace, and this peace will endure.

— St. Madeline Sophie Barat

Day 217 of 365 Days with God

All who undertake to teach must be endowed with deep love, the greatest of patience, and, most of all, profound humility. They must perform their work with earnest zeal. Then, through their humble prayers, the Lord will find them worthy to become fellow workers with him in the cause of truth. He will console them in the fulfillment of this most noble duty, and finally, will enrich them with the gift of heaven.

— Saint Joseph Calasanz