Psalm 16:11 (“My Redeemer Lives!”)

05 Apr Psalm 16:11 (“My Redeemer Lives!”)

Let’s welcome God today with this Living In Faith Exchange (LIFE) Group devotion (archive, Facebook), based on Living Faith. Prove yourselves doers of the Word, and not merely hearers. James 1:22

You will show me the path to life, fullness of joys in your presence, the delights of your right hand forever. Psalm 16:11 (full readings)

Living Faith snippets: “Happiness consists of knowing what you want, and then knowing you have it. What we want is God. “Our hearts will not rest until they rest in you, O Lord.” Our minds seek infinite truth. Our hearts are made for infinite love. We already enjoy it, but there is infinitely more in eternal life.” by Fr. M. Basil Pennington

Pat nuggets: Our Savior has risen from the dead…bringing us eternal life…Happy Easter!
* Angi Castle shared this awesome music video: My Redeemer Lives.
* For those who feel like doing an Irish jig to celebrate Easter: The Lord of the Dance.

Faith Challenges: Let’s generously share the LIFE Group by forwarding devotions or using the Facebook “invite people” link.
* NEW: Consider ways to keep Lenten spiritual discipline alive in your daily routines. Please share your devotion thoughts on the Facebook page, to be appreciated by many.

Counter-Culture News: LifeSiteNews, Vatican, American Family Association, Priests for Life
* Let’s never forget the horrific reality of abortion (images), #1 cause of death in America (23% of pregnancies)…courageously share ProLife Truth to expose abortion’s unjust peace, rebuilding a Culture of Life for setting the unborn (and parents) free.
* NEW: For some perspective on this sad issue, Forgotten Study – Abuse in School 100 Times Worse than by Priests.
Our Prayers: Those who pray together stay together, and close to God (footnotes). Peters family (JP), Prayer to end abortion, Stephanie Kemp (special intention), Helene Couchon (healing)

Faith Quote: “May we in our daily lives break through the walls of the visible world in order to keep our eyes always and everywhere fixed on the Lord.” Pope John Paul II

Through Christ our Lord,
Phil 4:13

* Prayer: Prayer connects us with God’s will & His miracles, changing us & helping others. ‘If you pray that God will move a mountain and He doesn’t, assume Christ wants you to climb it instead.
* Fasting: Let’s fast from things that take our eyes off Jesus (selfishness, pornography, bitterness, criticalness, impatience, gossip, excessive video games, etc) and take on things that fix our eyes on Jesus (selflessness, kindness, compassion, forgiveness, patience, understanding, caring, helping, listening).
* Defend the unborn: ‘Rescue those who are unjustly sentenced to death; don’t stand back and let them die’ (Prov 24:11). ‘Before I formed you in the womb, I knew you’ (Jer 1:5). ‘It is a great poverty that a child must die that you might live as you wish’ (Blessed Mother Teresa).
* Evangelization: Let’s make room for unbelievers (be a friend, make a friend, lead a friend to Christ) and perpetual re-evangelization of self and those near us, by way of daily prayer (relationship) and following Christ’s example of selfless love, mercy, and service (Matt 28:19).

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