When we offer Mass to God our Father and praise Him, we console His wounded Divine Heart tremendously.
Category: Thoughts for the Day
What is the icon of the Father’s Heart? – Thought for the day
“Visibility of the invisible, this portrayability of the unportrayable, is what the icon is” (Bulgakov).
Children of the one Father – Thought for the day
“We are all called to be children of the one Father and brothers among ourselves . . . God is reality with a capital ‘R’ . . . a Father of goodness and infinite mercy” (Pope Francis, Letter to Eugenio Scalfari, 2013).
The Father who loves – Thought for the day
He will never abandon you, if you turn to Him, especially if you do so with your whole heart. The pure Father cannot but love, most intensely, for He is Love.
No happiness without God – Thought for the day
There is no true and lasting happiness outside God, because He is in His very essence order, peace, joy, love and happiness. We may try to find happiness in other events, places and persons, as so many of us still try to do. But we will never be satisfied unless we let ourselves be loved thoroughly by God our Father and become immersed in Him, for that is the reason we were made.
He wants our hearts – Thought for the day
The Almighty but ever-sweet, beautiful Father wants our hearts. He desires intensely to be loved and known. Will you give Him your heart, love from your heart, in exchange for the most sweet, tender, gratifying, all-encompassing love ever known to man? Our Father waits and loves. Will you return His love?
The Father who protects – Thought for the day
We are never alone yet many of us remain unaware of this. We have a Father, a very tender and good Father, who protects us at every turn, as long as we let Him do so.
Thy Kingdom come – 1 – Thought for the day
“Thy Kingdom come:” how beautiful and profound are those three words in the Lord’s prayer. Inherently, though some are still unaware of this, those three words of Jesus Christ, which He taught us to say daily, mean that we are asking our beautiful Father to come and live in us as we live in Him. This as wherever there is the Almighty Father there is the Kingdom, because the Father Himself is the Kingdom and provides the kingdom for His faithful children to enjoy. Ergo “Thy Kingdom come” is the coming and reigning of the Divine Will on earth.