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After a child had embraced me, Christ explained that His love is the same - it is pure, simple and tender. He longs for my welfare.
Christ said: This is what true love means, being wholly given-up for you, to pay your debt. See how much I love you!
The soul whose will is conformed to God's, is folded-up into God's love: led by Christ, directed by the Spirit, going to the Father; Three Persons giving One Flame
If our will is conformed to God's will, then we are enfolded in his Trinitarian love
God the Father greets with delight the briefest whisper of prayer and the briefest moment of our time. In the life of union, He can lift us high in contemplation
The more I treasure Christ's friendship and believe in His Gospel, the more frequently He supports me - by His power - at a great height, before the Father.
We should trust in God's love from one day to the next. There are people who are not content to walk the safe, narrow way marked out by Jesus Christ for all who would follow Him to Heaven. Some people insist on making extraordinary efforts to try to see the way ahead, or foretell the future, or to find a different path to Heaven - as if trying to climb a ladder, to reach above the cloud which represents the limitations of our human existence and knowledge.
By the sign of the cross, and acceptance of an apostolic blessing, God's power poured out, with an increase of graces, and bliss.
Our fervent prayers are like the vigorous polishing of a dirty window-pane: the daylight which is Christ's ever-pouring love is let in!
It was Christ who had brought me to the Father, as though whispering to the Father whilst I was held on Christ's hand.
I saw an avalanche of "pearls", which were as answers to our prayers. They pour out from God's "treasury" upon one who trusts in Him.
Christ really comes to our altar to join us; He comes here, eager to join us, 'on fire' with love, in invisible glory.
All good fruits derive their goodness from the 'vine' which is Christ. The greatest nourishment comes from nearness to Him.
The 'circle' of prayer into which we are drawn is like this: the invisible Father sends His Spirit to urge us to pray. Through the Holy Spirit, we praise Christ, Present here, and, with Him, offer His praise to the Father!
A true disciple stays close to Christ, learns from Him, and is confident of Christ's love even when Christ seems to be distant.
As we gaze upon the altar, at the offering of His Sacrifice, we hear Christ say: 'Father, forgive them.' He has always loved us. Now, He prays for us as He prayed long ago in His Passion
At Holy Communion, a great flame, like an arrow, descended. Christ had arrived in His Spirit's power, the Father's life, in His own love.
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