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Weekly Quotes & Prayers (200)

Saturday, 19 April 2014 00:00

LEGEND OF THE DOGWOOD

To a towering size with lovely hue it grew.
Its branches were strong and interwoven
And for Christ's cross its timbers were chosen.
Being distressed at the use of this wood,
Christ made a promise which still holds good:

 

"Not ever again shall the dogwood grow
To be large enough for such a tree, and so
Slender and twisted it shall always be
With cross-shaped blossoms for all to see.
The petals shall have bloodstains marked in brown.
All who see it think of Me,
Nailed to a cross from the dogwood tree.
Protected and cherished this tree shall be
A reflection to all of my agony."

 

Saturday, 12 April 2014 00:00

AN EASTER PRAYER

Lord, Thank you for the gift of HOPE
You gave us on Easter morning.
Because of you we know
That no problem is too difficult
And even death does not have power over us.
Thank you for the gift of JOY
You gave us when you were resurrected.
Because of you we know
That no matter how challenging life may be,
In the end we will rejoice again.
Thank you for this gift of LOVE.
- Amen

Saturday, 15 March 2014 00:00

Lenten Respite

I could have wealth beyond my dreams, But where is the joy in that?

And I could travel the seven seas, But I would always come back.

Everyone could know my name, And there would be no peace.

I could have undying love, And heartaches still increase.

No, if I were wealthy beyond my dreams ( And where is the joy in that?)

It wouldn’t buy friendship such as yours-- And there IS Joy in that!

And to that let us add:

May your day be touched by a bit of Irish luck, brightened by a song in your heart,

and warmed by the smiles of the people you love.

Think Spring

Saturday, 01 March 2014 00:00

LENT

The Ultimate Sacrifice

The Lenten season to many people brings thoughts of sacrifice, giving up something in an effort to grow spiritually. In our eyes, we think our sacrifice is great, and in many cases it is; however; it should be remembered we can never outgive God, who made the ultimate sacrifice. You know that neighbor down the street that no one likes? Find a way to be friendly. Listen to someone you don’t enjoy. Smile more. Show an understanding to a friend who’s having a bad day. Add an extra “I love you” to your conversation at home. It is worth it because you are dust and to dust you will return.

Saturday, 08 February 2014 00:00

Introspect for a Winter Day

A Happy person is not someon in a certain set of circumstances, but rather a person with a certain set of attitudes.

WHAT TO GIVE, WHAT TO BE

The best thing on can give is:

Forgiveness to your enemy,

Tolerance to your opponents,

Your heart to your friend,

A good example to a child,

Good will and love to a father,

To your mother, a conduct that will maker her proud of you.

To yourself, respect,

To all people - LOVE.

Saturday, 01 February 2014 00:00

WINTER RESPITE

Lord,Sometimes I get angry.
And I say or do things that I later regret.
Then I apologize for the cruel words or my hurtful actions.
But apologies aren’t always enough.
There may be no way to undo the harm.
Lord, Help me to accept anger as a reality in my life.
Help me to control it and direct it into things that make Yo ur creation better for us all.
Help me to turn the negative energy into a positive good, for the oppressed and the poor, for those in need here and around the world.
Lord, fill me with love and understanding so that I may control my anger.
For a moment of understanding can prevent a lifetime of regret.

Amen

Saturday, 25 January 2014 00:00

THOUGHTS FOR THE YEAR

THE GREATEST HANDICAP........................................FEAR
THE BEST DAY.......................................................TODAY
EASIESTTHINGTO DO...................................FIND A FAULT
MOST USELESS ASSET............................................PRIDE
THE GREATEST MISTAKE..................................GIVING UP
GREATEST STUMBLING BLOCK............................EGOTISM
THE GREATEST COMFORT......................WORK WELL DONE
MOST DISAGREEABLE PERSON...............THE COMPLAINER
WORST BANKRUPTCY......................LOSS OF ENTHUSIASM
GREATEST NEED......................................COMMON SENSE
MEANEST FEELING..........REGRET AT ANOTHER’S SUCCESS
THE GREATEST THING IN THE WORLD........................LOVE
GREATEST KNOWLEDGE............................................GOD
BEST GIFT..................................................FORGIVENESS

Saturday, 18 January 2014 17:32

A MATURE PERSON

• Strives to live by a moral code
• Acknowledges an obligation to society
• Works to acquire self-knowledge
• Develops a capacity to set goals,delay gratification, accept reality
• Has a sense of humor and self-discipline
• Is able to love and respect himself/herself
• Appreciates differences among people
• Accepts himself/herself

Saturday, 11 January 2014 13:34

THE GREATEST

The highest aim in life - To know God and do His will!
The most enriching good habit - Complimenting others
The most destructive bad habit - Worry
The greatest joy - Giving
The greatest loss - Loss of self-respect
The most satisfying work - Helping others
The ugliest personality trait - Selfishness
The most endangered species - Dedicated leaders
Our greatest natural resource - Our youth
The ugliest look - A frown
The greatest “shot in the arm” - Encouragement
The greatest problem to overcome - Fear
The most effective sleeping pill - Peace of Mind
The surest way to limit God - Unbelief

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