"Feelings can neither be right or wrong," so the cliche goes in many marriage encounter seminars. Really? This may be true in many cases but in this hub, you will see how feelings can be wrong.
I have seen the truth and wonders of God's words in Jesus. Reading the Holy Bible under the guidance of the Holy Spirit has enhanced this truth in my faith. May the light of Christ guide us all.
"No way, I cannot simply believe that someone who dies can still live." If in
A Commentary and Review on "Prayers for Bobby" on YouTube, God's Loving Mercy and the Power of Prayers
God's love and mercy endures forever. In our sincere prayers of love, as we abide in Jesus, deny ourselves and decide to follow Him, our Lord and advocate in the Holy Spirit fervently listens to us.
Let the Holy Spirit guide us as we pray fervently to Him, in the humility of our hearts and spirit, as we pray to be enlightened and be granted the gift of discernment.
Let's Pray for our Pope, Bishops, Nuns, Pastors and Priests that they may become True Witnesses to God's Words'
When we may die in Christ as true servants of the Lord, we humble ourselves to Him and become instruments of the risen Lord, that we too may rise up with Him in the glory of Christ Jesus our Master
God bless Sharon Lee Giganti and all the Apologetics so empowered by the Holy Spirit to better guide those who may have gone astray towards what is true in God's words.
Anything that may take us away from what is true in the love and mercy of God in Christ, and brings us to hatred and disrespect of the Holy Spirit's temple in us is of evil - 'love masked to divide.'
God is spirit, and while we live in the flesh, it is in our spirit that we may better understand God. Before we were born God gave us a spirit and when we die our spirit will return to God.
The power of forgiveness is so freeing that the evil one is made powerless, with nothing to bind us with. In Christ crucified, by His death and resurrection, by faith and good deeds, we remain alive.
'Love' as defined by Saint Paul, awesome, guiding, enlightening, truth revealing, renewing, healing, forgiving and powerful as it is unconditional.
Saint Catherine of Genoa, divinely blessed with God's revelation - herein shared that all may be enlightened on the truth about Purgatory to help strengthen our faith in Jesus in body and spirit.