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One Minute Reflection – 11 November – The Memorial of St Martin of Tours (c 316-397)

One Minute Reflection – 11 November – The Memorial of St Martin of Tours (c 316-397)

Remember your leaders who preached the word of God to you and as you reflect on the outcome of their lives, imitate their faith….Hebrews 13:7-8

REFLECTION – ““I have served you as a soldier. Let me now serve Christ.   Give the bounty to these others who are going to fight but I am a soldier of Christ and it is not lawful for me to fight.”…St Martin of Toursi have served you as a soldier - st martin - 11 nov 2017

PRAYER – Lord God, You were glorified by the life and death of St Martin.   Renew the wonders of Your grace in our hearts so that neither death nor life may separate us from Your love.  Through our Lord, Jesus Christ, with You in union with the Holy Spirit, one God for all eternity.  St Martin, continue to intercede for us, martin of tours pray for us 11 nov 2017



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