• Today's Devotionals

    Friday, 3 November 2017

    Read Today's Daily Strength Devotional for Catholics - NOVEMBER 4, 2017

    Devotion Prayers - Prayers - Catholic Online, NOVEMBER 4, 2017 Scripture Reading: Matthew 23:28


    St. Padre Pio de pietrelcina says. “The life a Christians is nothing but a perpetual struggle against self; there is no flowering of the soul to the beauty of perfection except at the price of pain” God never force anybody to serve Him. He enjoys a willing and sincere fellowship with Him. No wonder Joshua, conscious of the grave need to have sincere fellowship with God “reminded his people to remember what the lord did for them” and so he encourage them to “… serve the lord in sincerity and truth” (Joshua 24:14). That is exactly what God look at. God is not concerned about the hand you lift up in the church. He is not concerned about your speaking in tongues; even your preaching may not move Him. All of those thing we do are physical appearances and displays that never bear real witness to our righteousness to God
    Feed On God's Word Daily Joseph Prince Ministries November 4, 2017 - Presenting the Real God 



    Read Today's Daily Strength Devotional for Catholics

    Take Five For Faith | Daily Catholic Christian reflections, teachings

    “… I do not judge as people judge. They look at the outward appearance, but I look at the heart.” (1 Sam. 16:7b). As a business person, preacher, student and so on, try to be truthful with God. He knows your though and even your most private actions (Matt.6:4, Ps.139). You can never deceive Him. Even if you succeed in deceiving men of God and the brethren, Paul wrote on this matter and said: But the solid foundation that God has laid cannot be shaken; and on it are written those words: “The lord knows those who are His” and “all who say that they belong to the lord must turn away from wrongdoing.”(2 Tim. 2: 19).


    Charles Spurgeon's Morning and Evening - Saturday, November 4, 2017  

     



    Hypocrisy is not merely about telling lies, it is a lifestyle. We are all guilty of this one once in a while; so that we don’t leave it as being addressed to particular people. It is common for human beings to seek recognition and praise and the consequence of this is that we tend to say and do those things people expect of us. By this, we simply seek to impress people. This is hypocrisy and Jesus is today advising us to shun all those things especially in religious matters.


    God searches the heart and not really all those who are regular to church or prompt to church activities will make heaven. Jesus gives a standard: “doing the will of God “ (Matt.7:21). Let us try and live authentic Christian lives because that is where our salvation lies. Catholic Daily Reflections - from "My Catholic Life!"

    MASS: WHITE Rom 11:1-2a. 11-12.25-29; Ps 94:12-13a. 14- 15-18(R. 14a); Accl Matt 11:29ab; Lk 14:1, 7-11 ST. CHARLES BORROMEO, BP (MEMORIAL)



    Prayer point:  “I adore your eternal and impenetrable plans; for love of you, I submit to you with all my heart. I offer you the sacrifice of my entire being in union with that of Jesus, my Divine savior” Blessed James Alberione. (take it three time)

    Exercise: Take some time to examine where your action show hypocrisy.

    Kenneth Copeland Daily Devotional November 4, 2017- It Only Takes a Few

    Meditation: James 3:17 Daily Strength Devotional for Catholics

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