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"My palate is drier than a potsherd and my tongue is stuck to my jaw.   I am lying in the dust of death".  (Psalm 22.16)

We adore You, O Christ, and we praise You.  Because of Your Holy Cross, You have brought new life to the world.

Christ's Life

This seventh step was a test of courage, to persevere in doing good.   You knew that you had to go on till the last ounce of strength.  Your teaching to forgive "seventy times seven times" meant "Love is an Always-Come-Back".  To rise again in spite of failure, to come back with hope, to continue loving although hurt and disappointed.  You never failed to reach out with kindness and justice to the sick, the abandoned and marginalised irrespective of race, creed and religion.

Our Lives

We live in a state of sin and unforgiveness and in a world of apathy and division.  We need to reach out to even those who have hurt us.  To preach the Gospel of Jesus and to promote His Kingdom we need to work more closely with our fellow Christians and people of other faiths.  To pray and to work with all people of Goodwill is to make the Father's light and love known to the whole of humanity.

My Prayer

Lord, to be a Christian today is to follow you and to participate in all that brings new life.  It is the burden that I desire and my unwillingness to resort to your strength, from my innermost being that holds me down.  Le me be strengthened by your selflessness so that I can become the sign of your presence and purpose in the world today.  Help me to continue walking humbly, loving tenderly and acting justly in your footsteps.

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