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Thursday, March 25, 2010

March 25th: Feast of the Annunciation

Today we celebrate the Incarnation of Jesus Christ, the Word made Flesh in the womb of the Virgin Mary. The angel Gabriel visited Mary and told her our Lord had chosen her as the earthly vessel to carry His Own Son. She accepted His Will for her without question. And without hesitation.

Do I do God's Will without question and without hesitation? Do you? This is an area I definitely need to work on, putting the discernment and fulfillment of God's Will for me first rather than becoming mired in all my earthly troubles and concerns. While I can't ignore temporal obligations, they shouldn't consume my life. What are some ways that you keep your day-to-day life in focus without losing sight of God's plan for you?

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1 comment:

  1. It sure is hard to keep focus, but I do try. Thanks for the post to remind me and for following me.


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