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Hi Tech Catholic: Step Into the Divine Office. Together with the Mass, the Liturgy of the Hours is the daily and unified public prayer of the entire Catholic Church worldwide.

May you find a moment of peace and quiet tonight to thank God for all that is right in your world. May you have the presence of mind to release your cares and worries to Him. May you have the gritty faith to grab a firmer grip on His promises to you... As you entrust your whole self to Him today, He'll get you where you need to go tomorrow. Sleep well tonight.

▶ Benedictus Blessed Be The God Of Israel Catholic Liturgy Of The Hours Lauds Morning Prayer Chant - YouTube

#Scripture. Admit to God you are a sinner. Believe that Jesus is God's Son. Confess your faith in Jesus Christ as your Savior and Lord. Read/study your Bible. Live every day for Jesus Christ. God sent His Son Jesus to die on the cross to forgive you where you have sinned and went against God. We learn that in John 3:16. God bless you all!!!!!!!!!!:) Heaven or hell. I believe this is where the two choices of eternity are. God bless❤️

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"How easy it is to please Jesus, to ravish His Heart. We have merely to love Him, while, at the same time, forgetting ourselves." - St. Therese of Lisieux

When I'd spend the weekend at my Grandmother's house we'd kneel beside the bed and say this prayer. I still find comfort in it's powerful truth after over 40 years of walking with God. MATTHEW 6:9-13

I pray because I can't help myself. I pray because I'm helpless. I pray because the need flows out of me all the time--waking and sleeping. It does not change God. It changes me. ~ C.S. Lewis

Staint Dymphna— Prayer: "Hear us, O God, Our Saviour, as we honor St. Dymphna, patron of those afflicted with mental and emotional illness. Help us to be inspired by her example and comforted by her merciful help. Amen."

Isaiah 66:9.. God's promise. My Bible says the reverse: "Do I bring to the moment of birth and not give delivery?" says your God. The pain comes first, as if it must come first and not so much that birth or something good, always follows pain. A message of hope either way but the painted sign is a bit softer and more hopeful. Fitting.