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One Minute Reflection – 14 March

One Minute Reflection – 14 March

Everyone who exalts himself shall be humbled, while he who humbles himself shall be exalted……….Luke 18:14

REFLECTION – “Observe a surprising fact. God is on high. You exalt yourself and God flees from you. You humble yourself and He comes to you.
God looks upon the humble to exalt them but He regards the proud from afar to abase them.”…………….St Augustine

PRAYER – Almighty Father, whenever I seek to take pride in what I do, please remind me of the way things really are. The only good I have and am comes from You; all that is mine is my weakness. Teach me that it is only in humility that I can attain You. St Matilda, you learnt humility by the suffering you experienced at the hands of your own family, please pray for us all, amen.

LUKE 18-14OBSERVE A SURPRISING FACT-STAUGUSTINEST MATHILDA PRAY FOR US

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