Rather than knowing the number of those who are saved, the Lord Jesus would like us to strive to be among them.
Faith in Christ gives us the power to believe, hope, and ultimately survive.
The Lord urges us to choose heaven and not fill a spiritual need with physical things.
Persistence in prayer, in the way the Lord taught us, will certainly bring us closer to heaven.
Those on the active side of the spectrum of Christian life should also take time to contemplate the Lord.
We should be humble about ourselves, but never about Christ.
We should have zeal for the Lord, who is rightly jealous of our affections and commitment.
Our daily cross is an opportunity to be united to the will of God.
It is possible to discern the action of God, even when He works through His creatures.
Knowing that the Eucharist is Jesus Himself (because He said that it is), we are invited to be ready (not worthy) to receive Him.
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