How often do we stop to meditate on the consequences of our actions on a daily basis? Reflect on these words that we send you.
“If the iron be blunt, and he do not whet the edge, then must he put to more strength: but wisdom is profitable to direct.” Ecclesiastes 10:10
Our daily life, the reality that surrounds us, often conditions our behavior. Such difficult situations lead us to feel tempted to keep repeating certain behaviors that generate regret.
We must always try to remember that Jesus is guided by love and the Holy Spirit. We all go through times in life when we find ourselves overwhelmed, lost, times when we do not think of our neighbor. Yet God said in his word. Thinking of others reflects in our hearts the Faith. The hope of being able to move forward, without expecting anything in return.
“Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs.” 1 Corinthians 13:4-5
We must be free to surround ourselves with good friends. Brothers and Sisters who accompany us daily on this journey of life. "Do we have friendships that motivate us to seek God? This reflection is manifested in that breeze of freedom and for this, we must understand that our Father leads other brothers and sisters in the faith along our path.
Now you may wonder if you are currently working from the good. If you have that clarity to make decisions that guide us in Faith. If today and now, you have that Enlightenment so that in your home, in your workplace, among your colleagues, in your daily life, you can undertake a life on the path of Jesus. These answers can come to light as long as you are honest with yourself. You can take a few moments to have a private conversation and pray to our Lord. On many occasions, we turn to our Father for answers.
“Thank You Heavenly Father for I can share the proofs of Your love, and guide my loved ones and friends to know You and find Your love and Your help to solve whatever problem or illness they are going through. In the name of Christ, amen.” 2 Kings 5:1-3
We ask for healing, spiritual guidance, a sign that tells us if we are on the right path. If the decision we are about to make is the one that will lead us to the light. The only answer lies in surrender to the Lord. That is the only true destiny.
He will guide us in our decisions because "God does not allow a challenge to come into your life unless it has a divine purpose behind it". Let us live our life as a daily challenge. The constant challenge that is worth accepting. No matter what happens.
Do not faint or become discouraged. Regain your strength and above all, gather the foundations of your hope, the only one with which we must entrust ourselves to Jesus. As he did with us.