Presentation on theme: "Show me your way, O Lord!. Man does not live on bread alone but on every word that comes from the mouth of God. -- Matthew 4:4 First week of Lent - Let."— Presentation transcript:
Show me your way, O Lord!
Man does not live on bread alone but on every word that comes from the mouth of God. -- Matthew 4:4 First week of Lent - Let us pray for the spirit of repentance. The shortest and almost the only way to achieve sanctity is to have a horror for all which the world loves and embraces. - St Ignatius of Loyola
Second week of Lent - Let us pray for the grace to respond to the Word of God. This is my Son, the Beloved, he enjoys my favour. Listen to him. Listen to him. -- Matthew 17:5 Seek the presence of God in all things, in conversation with others in walking, in looking, in tasting, in hearing, in understanding and all that we do, since it is a fact that his divine majesty is everywhere by his presence, power amd essence. - St Ignatius of Loyola
Anyone who drinks the water that I shall the water that I shall give will never thirst again, the water that I shall give will turn into a spring inside him, welling up to eternal life. -- John 4:14 -- John 4:14 Third week of Lent - Let us pray for confidence in the love of God and the strength to overcome all our weakness. He who remembers the presence of God is less open to other thoughts, especially bad thoughts...In two ways the presence of God is an antidote against sin. First because God sees us, and secondly, because we see God. - St Ignatius of Loyola
It is for judgement that I have come into this world, so that those without sight may see and those with sight turn blind.-- John 9:39 Fourth week of Lent - Let us pray that by growing in love, we may bring the peace of Christ to our world. The man who has God in his heart carries paradise within him. - St Ignatius of Loyola
Fifth week of Lent - Let us pray for the courage to follow Christ. I am the resurrection and the life. If anyone believes in me, even though he dies he will live, and whoever lives and believes in me will never die.-- John 11:25-26 believes in me will never die.-- John 11:25-26 If God gives you a harvest of trials, it is a sign of the great holiness to which he desires you to attain. All the pleasures of the world are nothing compared with the sweetness found in the gall and vinegar offered to Jesus Christ; that is, hard and painful things endured for Jesus Christ and with Jesus Christ. - St Ignatius of Loyola
Let us accompany you this Lenten Season. Tell your friends about us too. Each day, we have a new Gospel theme for you and offer you concrete pointers to help you find God in your daily life. us at : for a daily Gospel e-message written by Fr Philip Heng, SJ But do not just stop at our daily e-message read & reflect on the Word of God at : read & reflect on the Word of God at : You have nothing to lose, but everything to gain. Many have found life to be much more meaningful and have deepened their love for God