Psalm 91 has supplied both Jews and Christians with a refuge in times of trouble of all kinds, including supernatural assault, deadly plague, and worldly violence. It imagines the believer surrounded by threats but nevertheless passing through unharmed, defended by angels.Thus girded, the faithful may tread on supernatural enemies – lions and serpents – yet remain secure.Read more
Ever since the Year 2000, the second Sunday of Easter season has been officially known as “Divine Mercy Sunday” the year that St John Paul II officially put the feast on the Church’s liturgical calendar. Catholics are familiar with the origin of the Divine Mercy Devotion, but many still might not know.Read more
The Easter Story is the Resurrection of Jesus from the The Greatest Gift
dead. The only people who appreciate THE GIFT are those who understand the NEED FOR THE GIFT! The only people who appreciate deliverance (from sin or anything else) are those who understand their need for deliverance.
A Scapegoat get blamed for things that happen so we all feel better. He is someone who is blamed for something he is not guilty of and takes the punishment. He suffers while bringing relief to the accusers. Where does the term scapegoat come from? It comes from the Scriptures. Despite witnesses, his defence falls on the deaf ears of his accusers.Read more