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One Minute Reflection – 8 February

One Minute Reflection – 8 February

If you had faith………you would be able to say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there’ and it would move.   Nothing would be impossible for you……Matthew 17:20

REFLECTION – “God does not work in those who refuse to place all their confidence and hope in Him alone.   But He imparts the fullness of His love upon those who possess a deep faith and hope.   For them He does great things.”……….St Jerome Emiliania (Memorial, today 8 February)

PRAYER – God of power and might, let me place all my trust in You.   Strengthen my faith and deepen my hope that You may be able to bring about the wonderful things You want to do for me.  St Jerome and St Josephine Bakhita, you both shone the light of faith and courage upon the world around you.  Prayer for us that we may too bring the light of Christ into our world. Amen.





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