Lord, I offer you all of me, all that I am and all that I am not.
I offer you every good decision and every regrettable mistake,
every great accomplishment and every missed opportunity,
every divinely inspired gift and every unapplied talent,
every success and every miserable failure…
from a Simple Twist of Faith40 Words: Let’s Lay Them Down
40 words, let’s lay them down.
Frustration, anger, irritability, impatience
Fear, Hopelessness, Shame
Envy, Jealousy, Doubt
Overwhelmed, Distant, Detached…
also from a Simple Twist of Faith
40 Words:Let’s Pick Them Up
Here are the 40 Words, I will pick up. How about you?
Peaceful, calmness, happiness, patience
Trust, hope, joy
Generosity, Friendship, Security
Selflessness, Community, Service…
Read the complete posts at A Simple Twist of Faith…
…let me introduce myself.
I’m a Mom of 5 (plus 3 in heaven)
and my husband and I founded a little Catholic apostolate called Arma Dei
paper craft kits
and quizzing cards
to help celebrate and teach the Catholic Faith.
This is my first and favorite post so far from I Blog Jesus:
Maybe it gives you an idea of what I’m trying to do.
I also would like some guest bloggers…
to share prayerful insights that they receive from Scripture.
where I like to post Catholic crafts and activities:
some from our products and others just test-piloted on my own family.
I try to come up with crafts and activities that require easy-to-find materials…
preferably ones you have in your house already.
Come and follow me!
This is a great post as we journey through Lent!
1. Admit we are powerless —that our lives have become unmanageable. – Act of Humility
2. Believe that the Holy Spirit can restore us to sanity. – Come Holy Spirit
3. Decide to turn our will and our lives over to the care of Jesus thru Mary – Daily Consecration/Morning Offering
Read more…at Totus Tuus Family
Prayer for the Glorification of God
Dear Jesus, when I reflect on how You overturned the money changers tables in Your Father’s temple, I think about Your righteous anger and I am touched by Your zeal for Your Father’s glorification. I so admire You for doing that! May Catholics everywhere have as much zeal for our beautiful Churches in which You reside in the Tabernacles throughout the world. May You protect those of us who are living temples of the Holy Spirit from the dangers of self-love, indifference to others, commercialism and secularism. Grant us Your grace to keep ourselves holy, pure and zealous for God’s glory every day of our lives. Amen
Jeanette Woodley, March 2011
*image borrowed from http://marymackillop.org/