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Our Morning Offering – 27 January – Heavenly Father, Do with Me as You Will

Our Morning Offering – 27 January – Monday of the Third week in Ordinary Time, Year A and the Memorial of Blessed George Matulaitis MIC (1871-1927)

Heavenly Father, Do with Me as You Will
By Blessed George Matulaitis MIC (1871-1927)

I kiss the hand of Your providence,
I entrust myself fully
and completely to Your guidance.
Heavenly Father, do with me as You will,
if it pleases You, O Lord,
to lead me along wondrous ways.
Behold Your servant!
Send me where You will!
Like a child I hasten to Your embrace, carry me.
If it pleases You to lead me,
along a road beset by adversity,
obstacles and difficulties,
I thank You very much.
I think that as I travel this road,
I will not lose my way
because it is the road
taken by my Redeemer Jesus Christ.

From the Journal of Blessed George, Archbishop.
(I Part:  St Petersburg 1910-1911)heavenly fther, do with me as you will by bl george matulaitis 27 jan 2020



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