The Gift of a Blessing » Be Inspired
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“JESUS I TRUST IN YOU” The Divine Mercy Prayer was given to St. Faustina from Jesus as a prayer to be said every day at 3pm to receive miracles and assist any souls transitioning from this life to heaven. If someone you know is in their last hours on earth, pray the Divine Mercy prayer […]
Posted on March 04 2019
An inspiration blows in like the wind, catches you by surprise, takes your breath away, your heart falls in love and races all in the same moment, and then it grabs a hold and doesn’t let go. It is undeniable yet at the same time a bit scary, and as soon as you say YES, […]
Posted on February 14 2019
Last year we featured Jordan and her beautiful words as the first in a series of Lenten reflections. We loved this post so much we wanted to share it with you again! When I met my husband, I wasn’t praying for love. I wasn’t praying for a boyfriend or a relationship. I was praying […]
Posted on February 05 2019
“May I stay in constant presence and intimate union with Christ” -St.Teresa of Avila
Imagine that! Words like these draw me into the lives of the saints and ignite my heart to want to know more, learn and imitate their devotion, their practice and their meditations.
The saints lived ordinary lives like you and me but with the passion to live this life on earth in constant union with Christ. What does that mean? To me it means surrendering my will to God’s divine will, allowing my daily life to flow and activate all that I am for the Glory of God.
Posted on December 17 2018
Advent is the season of the seed. The seed He said, “is the Word of God sown in the human heart.” It is also the seed of life brought forth from God through Mary, in the form of Jesus the Christ. Mary brought forth the savior of the world through the seed of LOVE, her fiat—through […]
Posted on December 02 2018
Christ loves us so much and He longs for a personal relationship with each one of us. All He asks is for our love in return. He is not interested in how many tasks we complete in a day, but rather how we loved today. I imagine Him standing beside us, reaching out His hand and asking us to walk this life with Him as our guide. I love the verse, “knock and the door will be open.” I imagine knocking on doors of heaven and being flooded with renewing love as they open. During Advent, let’s open the door to our hearts so wide that God’s love comes bursting through. You are His light in the world because He lives within you.
Posted on November 22 2018
Posted on October 10 2018
Introducing Wake Up and Pray Meditation Bracelets Morning Meditation Use these 10 gemstones and Benedictine Cross to guide you during your meditation. Run your finger along each gem and begin a conversation with God. Offer God: Your day. Your prayer. Your works. Your joy. Your suffering. Ask God for His: Love, Wisdom, Peace, Protection, Hope. Pause […]
Posted on September 20 2018