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Jesus I trust in You!

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Jesus I trust in You!

Why are you troubled and confused by the problems that life brings you? Let me care of all your things and they in turn will be better. When you leave them to me, everything is resolved with peace of mind according to my plans.

Do not despair; do not direct agitated prayers to me, as if you want to demand my fulfillment of your desires. Instead of that, close the eyes of your soul and with peace state, “Jesus I trust in You!”

Avoid those concerns that distress you wanting to understand the things that happen to you. Do not ruin my plans by imposing your ideas to me. Allow me to be God, and act freely in your life. Abandon yourself confidently in me. Rest in me and leave your future in my hands. Tell me frequently, “Jesus I trust in You!”

When you say, “Jesus I trust in you”, don’t be like the patient who asks the doctor to cure him, but suggest how to do so. Let me carry you in my divine arms. Don’t be afraid, I love you.

If you think that things worsen or get complicated despite your prayers, remain confident in me. Close the eyes of your soul and continue to say at every moment, “Jesus I trust in You!” I need my hands free to be able to be express my blessings. Do not bind my hands with your useless worries. The devil wants you frustrated, sad, anguished, and to take your peace.

Trust in me, rest in me, abandon yourself to me; I do miracles to the extent that you’ve abandoned yourself to me and according to the faith you have in me. So don’t worry, give me all your anxieties and sleep in peace and tell me always, “Jesus I trust in You!”

And you shall see great miracles, I promise you with all my love,
Jesus

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St. Michael Prayer

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Saint Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle, be our protection against the wickedness and snares of the devil. May God rebuke him we humbly pray; and do thou, O Prince of the Heavenly host, by the power of God, thrust into hell Satan and all evil spirits who wander through the world for the ruin of souls. Amen.

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Saint Teresa of Calcutta

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Spread love everywhere you go: first of all in your own house. Give love to your children, to your wife or husband, to a next door neighbor… Let no one ever come to you without leaving better and happier. Be the living expression of God’s kindness; kindness in your face, kindness in your eyes, kindness in your smile, kindness in your warm greeting. (Saint Teresa of Calcutta)

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Kissing the Face of God

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“I started to contemplate the awesome privilege that Mary was given, being able to hold God in her arms, but also keeping in mind that He was still her baby. This cute little child whom she bore was also God in the flesh. And yet, she cuddled and kissed Him, just as all mothers do with their babies. This thought propelled me right into this painting which I wanted to be a very human representation of divinity. My prayer is that the viewer will be struck, as I am, with the amazing way that God chose to send His Son into this world — in pure humility.” Morgan Weistling (Artist)

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Prayer for when children are leaving the home

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A Parent’s Prayer When Children are Leaving Home

Gracious God,
you blessed me
with the gift of my child
and entrusted me
with his/her care.
Now he/she leaves this home
and begins a new life
apart from me.
Surround him/her
with good people
and watch over him/her each day.
And let him/her know that I will always be near
whenever he/she may need me.
Heal any hurts we may harbor with one another
and forgive our failings as we learn
to be in a new kind of relationship with each other.
And when the sight of his/her empty room
pierces my heart with sadness,
may I find comfort in knowing that my child is your child too,
filled with your grace and sheltered by your love. Amen.