Homilies by Fr. Mark Goring, CC (Page 4)
This week, during your daily prayer time, write down three things you love. Search your heart and ponder. What do you love? What is in your heart that you love?
In times of darkness, the children of God shine even more brightly.
Marriage is supposed to be free, total, faithful, and fruitful.
He is making us into a masterpiece and getting you ready for eternal life.
The Lord still pours out his healing power today. We proclaim that Jesus is alive. He wants us to pray for healing and he hears our prayers. If we want to see the world believe in Jesus, we need to proclaim him as he revealed himself. We need to let the Lord do what he wants to do. When we proclaim what God has done in our lives people often take the Gospel seriously. We have stories and can witness…
Let the Word of God pierce us. Christians are not meant to live shallow lives. We are meant to live out of the depths of our hearts.
We must be willing to take risks, draw close to God, and follow him, even to the point of foolishness, so that we can see that God is faithful, true, and he keeps his promises.
Learn to let the Shepherd fill you and restore you because we have a mission. We need to bring the Gospel to people no matter what.
We need to be ready to testify. Reflect and ask yourself, “Am I willing and ready to acknowledge Jesus before others?” We need to do this. We want to have a church with people who will testify!
Some of the ordeals we go through are not a joke. For some, it is brutal. But, even in these awful tragedies, the Lord can bring us through.