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One Minute Reflection – 14 January

One Minute Reflection – 14 January

Then will I go to the altar of God, the God of my gladness and youth……….Ps 43:4

REFLECTION – “We must strive to place ourselves completely in God’s hands.   Then He will cause us to feel the effects of His goodness and protection – which are, at times extraordinary.”………St John Baptist de la Salle

PRAYER – Holy Lord God, let me live constantly in Your presence.   Grant that I may possess a spirit of joy and gladness because of the firm knowledge that You are always with me and in You and through You and with You, the extraordinary is commonplace!   St Felix of Nola, you did no immense deed but in 1800 years we have not forgotten your extraordinary love.  Please pray for us, amen.

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