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Sunday, January 17, 2010


Here we are again with all our worries and anxieties.

If we worry the whole day, can it add anything to

the length and quality of our lives? We are all worried

about the humdrums of life from dawn till sunset till

midnight. As a normal human being, worry just

sometimes wear us down. But could we reflect about

trusting in Divine Providence?

"Look at the birds in the sky; they do not sow or reap or

gather in the barns; yet your Heavenly Father feeds them."

See how they fly in the air; I have never seen creatures

that swoop and glide with utmost grace and beauty than

those birds. They chirp as if there's always the next morning

after the lovely dawn arise.

"Think of the flowers growing in the fields; they have never to

work or spin; yet I assure you that not even Solomon in all his

royal robes was clothed like one of this." The beauty of the flowers

have fascinated the world (tulips, roses, lilies, chrysnathemums)

through the ages.

Jesus assured us in Matt: 16: 28-29 how even the wild flowers growing in the

fields were taken cared of. How much more with man who

was given mastery over all other creatures?

Do not worry, seek the Kingdom of God first and everything

will be added unto you. We just have to experience the truth,

not to wobble about it since it is seen with the eyes of faith

and with an unwavering heart. How could we relate these things with

our everyday life?

In the midst of crises, difficulties and disasters, we will see

unity and love everywhere. The fruits of the Kingdom

is among us. From the nations who respond promptly to aid

one another to the simple person who carries a bloodied friend,

to the person who feed the hungry in stricken areas and to

the groups who clothe those who are in great need.

Trust in God! He will never forsake or abandon you; His

promises never fail. Life may not be a bed of roses, but

God promised that after the rain, the sun will shine again...

Quotes from The New Jerusalem Bible

Cynthia Abegail

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