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One Minute Reflection – 29 May

One Minute Reflection – 29 May

Well done, you are an industrious and reliable servant…..come share your master’s joy……..Matthew 25:21

REFLECTION – “It is not enough to pray: “Thy kingdom come” but to work, so that the Kingdom of God will exist among us today.”…………St Ursula Ledóchowska

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PRAYER – Heavenly Father, help me to accept the tasks you have given me to do in life. Let me be faithful all my days and be able to attain Your eternal reward in heaven.   St Ursula Ledóchowska, you accepted all work given you, no matter the circumstances and undergoing immense hardships to fulfil your mission and do the work of God, please pray for us, that we too, may be faithful at all times and in all circumstances, amen.

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2 thoughts on “One Minute Reflection – 29 May

  1. This is why I realize that the simple task of offering prayers for each other is not so simple at all, because in it we must also agree to put ourselves at God’s disposal since he works through us to minister his kingdom.


  2. Larry you always ‘rock the boat’! So wise. Now you make me think – people always say “I can’t actually DO anything but I can pray for them.” But what you are exploring is just that – possibly God will suggest that you do actually do something (obviously a task which IS possible though difficult). Wow! This same saint said above “You must never ask Jesus to wait.”


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