We should always pray to know God’s Will for us, we shall then not question nor seek first to understand His Will, but accept in humility and utter “Thy Will be done.”
Awesome is Our God!
I talked to Jesus today in the Adoration room, before attending the Divine Mercy Devotion followed by the Eucharistic Celebration. I did not plan for it at all, in fact I was totally unaware that the first Friday of the Month is dedicated to the Divine Mercy followed by the Eucharistic Celebration which begins only at 8pm here in the Church Of St Anthony. But I thank Almighty God for the wonderful experience.
It is so liberating to humble yourself before God, raising your hands in total surrender high above your head in Praise and Worship! I was given the opportunity today when the Eucharistic Celebration ended with the final hymn…..”How Great Thou Art!”
*Added Note on 4 Sept 0007hrs* It has just dawned on me that the Holy Spirit had given me ‘new wine’ to drink. And so I pray for you by brothers and sisters in Christ, that you too will partake in the ‘new wine’ offered to you.