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One Minute Reflection – 7 February

One Minute Reflection – 7 February

We know that God makes all things work together for the good of those who love him…….Romans 8:28

REFLECTION – “Do not allow yourselves to be overly saddened by the unfortunate accidents of this world.   You are not aware of the benefits that they bring and by what secret judgment of God they are arranged for the eternal joy of the Elect.”………..St John of the Cross

PRAYER – Father of wisdom, help me to accept all earthly misfortunes even without understanding them, with the sure knowledge that good will comes from them.  Let me never despair but trust in Your Providence that governs all things.   Bl Thomas Sherwood, I think of you and your acceptance of your fate in total love of our good God, please pray for me, amen.

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