“a Lamp to my feet. a Light for my path.” – Psalm 27:1,4,13-14

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TODAY’S WORD…

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The Lord is my light and my salvation;
I will fear no one.
The Lord protects me from all danger;
I will never be afraid.

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I have asked the Lord for one thing;
one thing only do I want:
to live in the Lord’s house all my life,
to marvel there at His goodness,
and to ask for His guidance.

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I know that I will live to see
the Lord’s goodness in this present life.
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Trust in the Lord.
Have faith, do not despair.
Trust in the Lord.

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– Psalm 27:1,4,13-14 (GNT)

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REFLECTION…

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The guiding thread of our prayer

should be trust in God,

who fills us with a deep tranquillity

on days of rejoicing

as well as in times of sorrow and pain.

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Trust in the Lord.
Have faith,

do not despair.
Trust in the Lord.

Open your heart to the Lord

and make it His house, His sanctuary,

where He will reveal Himself

with His presence and His words of life.

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Welcome the Lord into your heart

and, as you worship and praise Him

and have recourse to Him in prayer,

He will pour upon you

the gifts of inner calm, strength of soul and peace.

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When we pray and entrust ourselves to God’s embrace,

we will be able to marvel at His goodness

as we contemplate and admire the divine mystery

and sing praises to the One who truly sets us free.

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Trust in the Lord.
Have faith,

do not despair.
Trust in the Lord

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QUOTE…

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“The Lord creates around His faithful

a horizon of peace that blocks out the clamour of evil.

Communion with God is a source of serenity, joy and tranquillity;

it is like reaching an oasis of light and love.”

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– St. Pope John Paul II

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REPETITIVE PRAYER FOR TODAY…

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Jesus, I trust in You.

Come live in me, Lord!

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