During our daily life we have to use the tools we possess in our inner being. Explore and contemplate all the possibilities that exist within your personality.
“Come quickly to help me, my Lord and my Savior!” Psalm 38:22
What do you think is the difference between mystery and secret, and where do God's revelations and teachings make the difference?
The will revealed by Jesus Christ, are the plans that we must follow as all the brothers and sisters of the Faith. Before the appearance of certain problems or the need to make decisions or require help, we pray requesting the Divine intervention. In this way we will be recognizing His greatness and kindness, manifesting our Faith towards the Holy Spirit and guiding our hearts on the right path.
We do not necessarily always have to ask our Heavenly Father for help, but we will probably not feel lost or erring in our future destiny if we count on his enlightenment.
“Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him and praise his name.” Psalm 100:4
We should not only do good for those who need it most or because it is a desire or will of Jesus our Lord. Rather, it is these small actions that allow us to glimpse His voice. To feel at that precise moment that by undertaking an action that benefits another, it will be mercy and love that we feel as an inner satisfaction, coming from Heaven itself.
Without expecting any kind of reward, when we read "eternal life", we believe that this will be our comfort at the gates of Heaven. In reality, it is not only about that. The concept encompasses much more. In addition to an unearthly life without a certain end, it is a life development full of enjoyment and constant learning.
This is also what "eternal life" is about: feeling so full, enjoying the daily adventures that allow us to discover ourselves, experiencing God's plan in every opportunity that comes our way. In this way we will feel so much love and energy to continue daily overcoming obstacles and helping others overcome their difficulties, taking advantage of every opportunity that the Lord offers us in our path.
“For the Lord loves the just and will not forsake his faithful ones. Wrongdoers will be completely destroyed; the offspring of the wicked will perish.“ Psalms 37:28
Staying static or anchored in a sea of doubts and indefections makes us lock ourselves in a mental labyrinth of inaction. What happens when we have a problem of these characteristics and we try to apply the same solution? Again and again we will arrive at the same result.
Without being able to find such action on a daily basis, without trying to socialize with other people to whom something similar happened, looking for new alternative solutions to our problems, makes us believe that we are not capable of self-improvement.
That our minds and ideas are paralyzed, makes us feel obsolete and worthless. This is the exact moment where Faith must cross our situation, fertilize our mind, approach and penetrate our heart of enlightenment, making something clear. God will always be on our side and is the first to want to generate hope and give dynamism to our daily life. He is the first and only one interested in seeking the constant truth of our being.
But if we do not place our faith in the Holy Spirit, his help will be in vain. We will be neither seeing nor hearing His offer. We must break out of this mental disorder and devote ourselves to action, by means of Faith and prayer.