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We all need to be fixed. Of course, we generally try to avoid admitting this to each other, and so it’s often God Who gets to hear the most about our brokenness. “Jesus, I really hurt my brother this morning. Please fix me so I can love him better.”
This isn’t a bad prayer. Sometimes we truly need the Lord to step in and miraculously fix us. Saint Luke, whom we celebrate today, knew this well, both from his own experience and from the stories... [Read more]
Holiness is not something that we will get to someday. We are called to holiness today by living life for the sake of Heaven day by day.
We have a tendency to be hobbits, elves, or dwarfs—and all in the worst ways. As hobbits, we love to forget about the greatness we are called to and just enjoy the simple delights of daily life. As elves, we live for some distant future, life in Heaven, without taking any action towards it, as ages of opportunity... [Read more]
Nobody likes to be bad at things. If we are bad at something, we stay as far away from it as possible so that people don’t realize just how bad at it we are. This, in short, is one of the major reasons why people don’t pray, and why those of us who are committed to prayer find it such a challenge. Jacques Philippe speaks to this in Time For God when he says:
True, we may often experience the sweetness and tenderness of God; but just as often we... [Read more]