Quote/s of the Day – 27 January – The Memorial of St John Chrysostom (347-407) Father and Doctor of the Church, Bishop, Confessor.
“The waters have risen
and severe storms are upon us
but we do not fear drowning,
for we stand firmly upon a rock.
Let the sea rage,
it cannot break the rock.”
Let the waves rise,
they cannot sink the Boat of Jesus.”
“Let the world be in upheaval.
I hold to His Promise
and read His Message,
that is my protecting wall and garrison.
“Know that I am with you always,
until the end of the world!”
“Prayer is the place of refuge
for every worry,
a foundation for cheerfulness,
a source of constant happiness,
a protection against sadness.”
“If you cannot find Christ
in the beggar at the Church door,
you will not find Him in the Chalice.”
“When you are weary of praying
and do not receive,
consider how often
you have heard a poor man calling
and have not listened to him.”
St John Chrysostom (347-407)
Father and Doctor of the Church
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Prayer is what the world needs combined with the example of our lives which testify to the Light of Christ.
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