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One Minute Reflection – 26 November – ‘..Do not be terrified..’

One Minute Reflection – 26 November – Tuesday of the Thirty Fourth week in Ordinary Time, Year C, Gospel: Luke 21:5–11

“And when you hear of wars and tumults, do not be terrified” …Luke 21:9

REFLECTION – “Jesus’ words are perennially relevant, even for us today living in the 21st century too.   This Christian virtue of understanding, is a call to discern where the Lord is and where the evil spirit is present.   Today, too, in fact there are false “saviours” who attempt to replace Jesus – Jesus warns us:  “Do not follow them, do not follow them!”   The Lord also helps us not to be afraid in the face of war, revolution, natural disasters and epidemics.   Jesus frees us from fatalism and false apocalyptic visions.   Despite the turmoil and disasters that upset the world, God’s design of goodness and mercy will be fulfilled!   And this is our hope – go forward on this path, in God’s plan, which will be fulfilled.   Jesus’ message causes us to reflect on our present time and gives us the strength to face it, with courage and hope, with Mary who always accompanies us.” … Pope Francis – Angelus, 17 November 2013luke 21 9 and when you hear of wars - the lord also helps us not to be afraid - pope francis 26 nov 2019.jpg

PRAYER – True Light of the world, Lord Jesus Christ, as You enlighten all men for their salvation, give us grace, we pray, to herald Your coming, by preparing the ways of justice, love and peace.   Help us to live as Your children and by our lives to bring Your salvation and joy to all the world.   May the Holy Spirit fill us with all His gifts and virtues so that we may await the coming of Your Son, guided by His Light and may Mary, the blessed Virgin, accompany us, guarding and giving us her prayerful help.   Through Christ our Lord, with the Holy Spirit, God forever, amen.blessed-virgin-mary-mother-of-god-pray-for-us-26-nov-2018 and 26 nov 2019.jpg

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5 thoughts on “One Minute Reflection – 26 November – ‘..Do not be terrified..’

  1. Annie, I have many thoughts of fear and, also, the lack of it. Fear is formost Respect and that’s the only way to follow up with the truth. “That’s one man’s opinion”

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    1. ‘Fear of God” total love and respect yes, – of God. I agree with you. But for fear of material problems we need to pray to avoid, for the Lord says, ‘do not fear’ – 365 times in the holy Scripture.

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  2. I no longer fear for any of the natural world and the the things that happen, most I have no control and the rest are all the mistakes I made that I just will deal with the best I can. Love and respect for our Maker, The Sacred Heart of Jesus and, as He desires, The Immaculate Heart of Mary. They are all and worthy of my devotion.

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