That You May Have Life: Saints and Scripture Sunday

“…I came so that they might have life and have it more abundantly.” John 10:10

Today is sandwiched between the “Day of Penance for violations to the dignity of the human person”, which was yesterday, and the March for Life, which is tomorrow.

These days remind us again of the need to work and pray for the respect of all persons, from conception to natural death.We have a lot of work to do in the pro-life movement, and with life being ever more degraded and tossed aside each day, it feels like an uphill battle. We must  not lose courage, though. In God we are “more than conquerors” (Rm 8:37) and the “victory has already been won in Christ!” (1 Cor 15: 57)

Each person is sacred, unique, and precious in God’s eyes. YOU are sacred, unique, and precious in God’s eyes. We should occasionally take a time to remember that and rejoice in that. So, today, in the midst of battle let us rejoice and take a moment to revel in God’s love for us. 🙂

(Linked to The Kennedy Adventures!)

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Comments

  1. Pray, pray, pray!

    Thank you, Carol, for posting this and for the reminders of God’s love for us.

    It amazes me that choice can be an argument against a living human being. God tells us clearly, “Choose life, then, that you and your descendants may live.”
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