Thursday, January 17 - St. Anthony
Heb 3:7-14 Ps 95:6-11 -Mark 1:40-45
We probably harbor a casual attitude
toward disobedience in our own ways.
For example, do we obey the Lord by
taking up our crosses and follow Him,
tithing, submitting to authority, sacrificing,
telling the truth, avoiding occasions of
sin, or evangelizing? These commandments
are not options, but they are widely ignored.
For God's sake, and for your sake, obey!
Friday, January 18 - Heb 4:1-5, 11
Ps 78:3-4, 6-8 Mark 2:1-12
Jesus is the only way to our Father in
heaven. By ourselves, we are unable to
to obtain eternal life.
Saturday, January 19 - Heb 4:12-16
Ps 19:8-10, 15 - Mark 2:13-17
There is hope for the human race
because of Jesus' mercy-and only
because of His mercy. Jesus loves
the unlovable. Trust in Jesus.
Sunday, January 20, - Is 62:1-5
1Cor 12:4-11 - Ps 96:1-3, 7-10 - John 2:1-11
Like at the wedding feast of Cana where they
had "no more wine" many people beging
to let Jesus work in their lives when they
realize they are out of wine, love, strength,
energy, ideas, or hope. In the weakness of
our emptiness, God's power in us can
Monday, January 21 - St. Agnes
St. Agnes, a 12 year old girl, chose to
die a martyr rather than renounce a vow
of virginity she made when she gave her
life to Jesus.
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