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Ever try to control something you have no control over? I find it hard to let go and let God go to battle for me. He changes my heart. He gives me answers. He lets me lean on my faith in Him.
Prayer is the answer for me when I have something that is completely out of my control.
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I enjoyed reading this reflection on welcoming Jesus. I hope you do too!

Welcoming Jesus
Daily Reflection / Produced by The High Calling
Welcoming Jesus

As Jesus and the disciples continued on their way to Jerusalem, they came to a certain village where a woman named Martha welcomed them into her home.

Luke 10:38

As Jesus and his disciples continued on their way to Jerusalem, they came upon a small village. There, “a woman named Martha welcomed them into her home” (10:38). In fact, the Greek original of this verse is even more specific. It says that Martha “welcomed him,” which is to say, Jesus, into her home. From the Gospel of John, we know that Jesus was a friend of Martha and her family (see John 11), but Luke does not mention this. He begins his short account of Jesus’ visit by focusing on Martha’s act of receiving Jesus graciously into her home.

The main point of this short story in Luke comes later in the passage, when Jesus gently rebukes Martha for worrying too much about “all these details” after Martha complains that her sister, Mary, isn’t helping out. I’ll reflect on the end of the story tomorrow. Today, however, I want to dwell on Martha’s welcoming of Jesus. Luke puts it simply at the end of verse 38: “Martha welcomed him.”

The verb translated here as “welcome” means “to receive warmly and graciously.” By using this verb, Luke indicates that Martha did more than simply letting Jesus and his entourage stay in her home. Rather, she opened, not just the front door, but also her heart. No doubt, she offered Jesus an opportunity to rest and be refreshed. In fact, her effort to prepare a “big dinner” was part of her hospitality. Martha wanted Jesus to feel truly at home with her and her family.
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Even if the forces of darkness appear to prevail, those who believe in God know that evil and death do not have the final say.
St. JPII wisdom and truth!
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I know the many times I have really made a mess of things, I know nothing I do will stop God from loving me—this helps me get back up and trying to do better.
Nothing compares to the promise I have in Jesus.
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In the forsaking prayer to the Father, Jesus found strength, trust, and an angel was sent to comfort Him. So Jesus will be our comforting angel. It's as He said to us: " Why do you worry in your difficulties? Be strong in me; look to your God in your most troubled hour, and you will be triumphant." Let us ask to forsake ourselves to God, to always do His will.
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we call God or did God call us?

In John 15:16 Jesus says, “You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you so that you might go and bear fruit—fruit that will last—and so that whatever you ask in my name the Father will give you.” Ephesians 1:4 says, “He chose us in him before the creation of the world to be holy and blameless in his sight.” First Peter 2:9 says, “You are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, God’s special possession, that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light.”

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Ever try to control something you have no control over? I find it hard to let go and let God go to battle for me. He changes my heart. He gives me answers. He lets me lean on my faith in Him.
Prayer is the answer for me when I have something that is completely out of my control.
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.
.
.
.
.

#gospel #godiswithus #christian #believe #believer #romancatholic #romancatholicchurch #jesus #blessedmother #catholicism #catholiclife #catholicfaith #godsbattle #catholicmom #catholicfamily #godlovesme #jesusloves #jesuslovesyou #sonofgod #bible #bibleverse #bibleverseoftheday #bibleversedaily #dailybibleverses #biblejournaling #dailyscripture #scripture #wordofGod #wordofgodspeak #2chronicles
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I enjoyed reading this reflection on welcoming Jesus. I hope you do too!

Welcoming Jesus
Daily Reflection / Produced by The High Calling
Welcoming Jesus

As Jesus and the disciples continued on their way to Jerusalem, they came to a certain village where a woman named Martha welcomed them into her home.

Luke 10:38

As Jesus and his disciples continued on their way to Jerusalem, they came upon a small village. There, “a woman named Martha welcomed them into her home” (10:38). In fact, the Greek original of this verse is even more specific. It says that Martha “welcomed him,” which is to say, Jesus, into her home. From the Gospel of John, we know that Jesus was a friend of Martha and her family (see John 11), but Luke does not mention this. He begins his short account of Jesus’ visit by focusing on Martha’s act of receiving Jesus graciously into her home.

The main point of this short story in Luke comes later in the passage, when Jesus gently rebukes Martha for worrying too much about “all these details” after Martha complains that her sister, Mary, isn’t helping out. I’ll reflect on the end of the story tomorrow. Today, however, I want to dwell on Martha’s welcoming of Jesus. Luke puts it simply at the end of verse 38: “Martha welcomed him.”

The verb translated here as “welcome” means “to receive warmly and graciously.” By using this verb, Luke indicates that Martha did more than simply letting Jesus and his entourage stay in her home. Rather, she opened, not just the front door, but also her heart. No doubt, she offered Jesus an opportunity to rest and be refreshed. In fact, her effort to prepare a “big dinner” was part of her hospitality. Martha wanted Jesus to feel truly at home with her and her family.
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#godisgood #Godloves #faithquotes #faith #dailybibleverse #bibleverse #catholicmom #catholiclife #jesuschrist #bible #faithcommunity #savior #romancatholic #catholicchurch #HolySpirit #romancatholicchurch #scripture #Monday #Catholiccoach #cathoilclifecoaching #lifecoach #lifecoach #catholicexecutivecoach #catholiclifestyle #catholicfaith #faithbasedcoach #faithbasedcoaching #executivecoach #cliftonstrengths
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Even if the forces of darkness appear to prevail, those who believe in God know that evil and death do not have the final say.
St. JPII wisdom and truth!
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#darknessandlight #darknesstolight #jpii #johnpauliiquotes #romancatholic #romancatholics #romancatholicchurch #catholic #catholicchurch #catholicchurches #catholicism #catholiclife #catholicmom #catholiclifestyle #catholicliving #prolife #catholicmomthoughts #catholiclifecoach #catholicexecutivecoach #blessedmother #mothermary #rosary #truth #catholicfamily #catholicsaints #catholicfaith #catholicvote #catholics
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I know the many times I have really made a mess of things, I know nothing I do will stop God from loving me—this helps me get back up and trying to do better.
Nothing compares to the promise I have in Jesus.
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#pray #prayer #praying #godismystrength #Bibleverses
#dailybibleverses #lordandsavior #hope #faith #biblestudy #bibleversedaily #wordofgod #wordofgodspeak #lifecoaching #catholicmom #christianmom #romancatholic #romancatholicchurch #catholicfaith #faithbasedcoach #catholic #lifecoach #faithbasedcoaching #catholiclifecoaching #romancatholic #catholiclifecoach #catholicchurch #blessedmother #blessedmothermary #praytherosary

In the forsaking prayer to the Father, Jesus found strength, trust, and an angel was sent to comfort Him. So Jesus will be our comforting angel. It's as He said to us: " Why do you worry in your difficulties? Be strong in me; look to your God in your most troubled hour, and you will be triumphant." Let us ask to forsake ourselves to God, to always do His will.
...

we call God or did God call us?

In John 15:16 Jesus says, “You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you so that you might go and bear fruit—fruit that will last—and so that whatever you ask in my name the Father will give you.” Ephesians 1:4 says, “He chose us in him before the creation of the world to be holy and blameless in his sight.” First Peter 2:9 says, “You are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, God’s special possession, that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light.”

#blessed #godchoseme #chosen #godisincontrol #godisgood #jesuslovesme #jesuslovesyou #faith #believer #gospelofluke #bibleverse #bibleverseoftheday #christian #lordoflords #wordofgod #wordofgodspeaks #romancatholic #romancatholicchurch #salvation #lifeinchrist #catholicmom #christianmom #catholicchurch #catholicism #catholiclifestyle #catholiclife #heaven
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Believe it!
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#hegivesmestrength #iwillfollowJesus
#godisgood #Godloves #faithquotes #faith #dailybibleverse #bibleverse #Bibleversedaily #catholicmom #catholiclife #jesuschrist #bible #faithcommunity #savior #romancatholic #catholicchurch #HolySpirit #romancatholicchurch #scripture #womenoffaith #Catholiccoach #inspirationalquote #faithbasedcoach #faithbasedcoaching #executivecoach #cliftonstrengths
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