Meditations Before the Blessed Sacrament

Meditation 1 – God loves generous hearts

Meditation 2 – Pray for the poor, the sick and the wretched

Meditation 3 – He said, “Put your hand in mine, let me lift you up”

Meditation 4 – Bless us to Your purpose

Meditation 5 – Pray for us

Meditation 6 – Call us to You, Father

Meditation 7 – How do you lead?

Meditation 8 – Forgive, forget, move on, be blessed

Meditation 9 – What we ask in faith, God provides

Meditation 10 – Make me worthy to be called a friend

Meditation 11 – Gratitude awakens humility

Meditation 12 – Lead me, Father

Meditation 13 – Seeing God in others, seeing good in others

Meditation 14 – Return refreshed to the task of living

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The Fullness of Spirit

Such wisdom in this post…I felt moved to share it. Thank you Bernadette!

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For a few years now I have been feeling something that I could not put my finger on, or explain to myself or anyone else.  Experiencing my mom’s last few days with her, before her death, intensified that mystical feeling within me.  Those days with my mother, truly a blessing, could only be described as overwhelming, intense love; a fullness in the physical space around me, spilling over into the interior of my heart and spirit.

That is the word to describe the feeling…fullness.  Since I have become closer to Jesus, and filled with the Holy Spirit, my being feels more dimensional and “full.”  No matter what is happening in the world, or around me in my personal life, that fullness inside me helps to keep me grounded in The Truth.  It helps me to look past whatever the physical or material reality is, and try to look at things…

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