TODAY'S PSALM (PSALM 83)

R. How lovely is your dwelling place,
Lord, God of hosts.

1. My soul is longing and yearning,
is yearning for the courts of the Lord. 121 more words

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TODAY'S BIBLE READING (JEREMIAH 7:1-11)

DO YOU TAKE THIS TEMPLE THAT BEARS MY NAME FOR A ROBBER’S DEN?

The word that was addressed to Jeremiah by the Lord, “Go and stand at the gate of the Temple of the Lord and there proclaim this message. 241 more words

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"WITHOUT HUMILITY, YOU WILL NEVER KNOW PEACE IN YOUR SOUL"

KNOCKING DOWN THE TOWER OF FOOLISH PRIDE

“Learn from Jesus to be humble within yourself. This is the humility He asks of you when He says, ‘Learn from me, for I am meek and humble of heart.’ Did you hear? 187 more words

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PRAYER TO ST JAMES THE APOSTLE

O glorious Apostle, St James, who by reason of thy fervent and generous heart wast chosen by Jesus to be a witness of His glory on Mount Tabor, and of His agony in Gethsemane; thou, whose very name is a symbol of warfare and victory: obtain for us strength and consolation in the unending warfare of this life, that, having constantly and generously followed Jesus, we may be victors in the strife and deserve to receive the victor’s crown in heaven. Amen.

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TODAY'S GOSPEL READING; FEAST OF ST JAMES, APOSTLE (MATTHEW 20:20-28)

YOU SHALL DRINK MY CUP.

The mother of the sons of Zebedee came to Jesus with her sons to make a request of him, and bowed low; and he said to her, “What is it you want?” She said to him, “Promise that these two sons of mine may sit one at your right hand and the other at your left in your kingdom.” “You do not know what you are asking,” Jesus answered. 152 more words

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TODAY'S PSALM; ST JAMES, APOSTLE (PSALM 125)

R. Those who are sowing in tears
will sing when they reap.

1. When the Lord delivered Zion from bondage,
it seemed like a dream. 112 more words

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TODAY'S BIBLE READING; ST JAMES, APOSTLE (2 CORINTHIANS 4:7-15)

WE CARRY WITH US IN OUR BODY THE DEATH OF JESUS.

We are only the earthenware jars that hold this treasure, to make it clear that such an overwhelming power comes from God and not from us. 202 more words

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