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One Minute Reflection – 3 February

One Minute Reflection – 3 February

He touched their eyes and said, “because of your faith it shall be done to you” and they received their sight………..Matthew 9:29-30

REFLECTION – The blind men cried out to Christ and overcame the cries of the crowd.   Such is the nature of faith that the greater are the obstacles it encounters, the more ardent it becomes…………..St Charles Borromeo

PRAYER – Heavenly Father, grant me a living faith in the Good News of Christ.   Let it overcome all obstacles and become deeper every day of my life.   Let my faith in You withstand all the evils of the world around me and reach out to inspire others.   St Blaise, you were and are a light of faith and help to all, pray for us, amen!

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