http://buboobk.com/43554-valtrex-prescription.html review It’s November 1st…All Saints Day! Bruce and I went to Mass this morning at Holy Family Church here in Danville, since it worked best with his work schedule. Beautiful hymns, beloved Scripture passages, heartfelt prayers, and even first class relics of some amazing Saints made it a wonderful way to start our day. I truly love this Holy Day!
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- I am grateful for my Catholic faith, and for the way the Church honors the Saints who have gone before us. They truly are our extended family!
- I am grateful for the Truths of Sacred Scripture which shape my entire life, not just Sundays. Hearing today’s passage from Revelation made me smile…the Angels and Saints are praising God for all eternity! And we are invited to be a part of it…Amazing!
- I am grateful for my loving and lovable husband who shares his faith with me…and who enjoys belting out hymns at morning Mass! Having a common belief system is a big part of why we have made it through so many difficult times. He truly is a gift from God.
http://wp.thecrescenthotel.com/91717-phenergan-price.html I realize each person has different struggles and different blessings. If we choose to focus on the struggles, like a cranky co-worker or chronic health problem, we end up being the cranky ones. (Ask me how I know!) Instead, let us choose to focus on the blessings, the gifts. Let us exercise gratitude. Here is a lovely quote from one of my favorite Saints:
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https://belgianhomebrewersforum.be/87462-buy-viagra.html In the midst of trial as well as joy…that is the key. So this month on Facebook and in this little blog, I will exercise gratitude, even on the tough days. I will pray with thanksgiving in my heart for the countless blessings God has bestowed upon me. To Him be glory forever and ever…Amen!