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Ketika jiwa anda haus akan lawatan-Nya, ngga harus disuruh pun anda akan berjalan sendiri menghampiri tahta-Nya
Sedikit cerita ni ... Btw ini waktu masih kelas 9 smp 😂 ketika kelas udah selesai, kita langsung kumpul ke kelas dan ibadah sendiri
Awalnya masih pada malu-malu, kadang ada yang ngintip di jendela sambil ketawa-ketiwi😅😅
Tapi lama kelamaan ngga malu juga 😁
Ini jadi sebuah kisah yang menyenangkan
Dibalik penampilan yang terkesan "urakan", kami mantan siswa @smpkristen1ska masih merindukan Lawatan-Nya
Nb : Jangan pernah lewatkan waktu yang ada, Kejarlah Hadirat-Nya, Rindukan lawatan-Nya, Kebangkitan pasti terjadi.
Padre gracias por tu amor y tu protección. Gracias porque sé que aunque ande en valles de sombra y de muerte nada me sorprenderá ya que permaneces junto a mí. Protégeme de todo mal y líbrame de toda tentación. Confío en ti que la buena obra que haz empezado en mí, la perfeccionará hasta la venida de Cristo. Bendice a mi familia y guarda sus vidas. En el nombre de Jesús, Amén.
After Party is an easy way for guests of The Mission Redlands to meet the church leadership.
This 20-minute meet-and-greet style event is a perfect first step for anyone looking to get connected in The Mission family. Plus we have snacks. Who doesn't love snacks?! Come hang with us!
Sunday // May 26th // 12:15pm
May 22 is the Feast of Saint 😇 RITA😇 🙏Saint RITA pray for us 🙏
PATRON SAINT OF DIFFICULT MARRIAGES .
A couple known as the Peacemakers of Jesus; they had Rita late in life. From her early youth, Rita visited the Augustinian nuns at Cascia, Italy, and showed interest in a religious life. However, when she was twelve, her parents betrothed her to Paolo Mancini, an ill-tempered, abusive individual who worked as town watchman. Disappointed but obedient, Rita married him when she was 18, and was the mother of twin sons. She put up with Paolo’s abuses for eighteen years before he was ambushed and stabbed to death. Her sons swore vengeance on the killers of their father, but through the prayers and interventions of Rita, they forgave the offenders.
Upon the deaths of her sons, Rita again felt the call to religious life. However, some of the sisters at the Augustinian monastery were relatives of her husband’s murderers, and she was denied entry for fear of causing dissension. Asking for the intervention of Saint John the Baptist, Saint Augustine of Hippo, and Saint Nicholas of Tolentino, she was admitted to the monastery of Saint Mary Magdalen at age 36.
She was devoted to the Passion, and in response to a prayer to suffer as Christ, she received a chronic head wound that appeared to have been caused by a crown of thorns, and which bled for 15 years.
Confined to her bed the last four years of her life, eating little more than the Eucharist. Near the end she had a visitor from her home town who asked if she’d like anything; Rita’s only request was a rose from her family’s estate. The visitor went to the home, but it being January, knew there was no hope of finding a flower; there, sprouted on an otherwise bare bush, was a single rose blossom.
Rita is well-known as a patron of desperate, seemingly impossible causes and situations. This is because she has been involved in so many stages of life – wife, mother, widow, and nun, she buried her family, helped bring peace to her city, saw her dreams denied and fulfilled – and never lost her faith in God, or her desire to be with Him.
I pray your wildest dreams come true.
I pray you always have health & wealth.
I pray you have a heart of thankfulness.
I pray your enemies become friends.
I pray you’re never deceived.
I pray you make a difference in this life.
I pray that success & prosperity knock on your door.
I pray anxiety or worry become things of the past.
I pray you experience peace & joy, always.
I pray the love for yourself continues to grow.
I pray someone tells you that they love you today.
I pray you have “fairytale” love that never ends.
I pray you never give up on searching for purpose.
I pray you get to experience the fullness of Jesus.
I don’t wish for these things, I PRAY for these things because I know prayer changes things.
I pray you pray for me. Pray that I continue to trust in God and have the complete boldness of sharing Him with you and the world. Pray that I continue to grow in God and treat people how I want to be treated - with kindness and grace.
“I am contending for you that your hearts will be wrapped in the comfort of heaven and woven together into love’s fabric. This will give you access to all the riches of God as you experience the revelation of God’s great mystery—Christ.” Colossians 2:2 TPT