Caring 🫂


I believe that God has created me for a reason and that there is work that only I can do.

Even if I don’t know what that work is right now, I trust that I will find out in the future.

I see myself as a connection between people, and I know that my purpose is to do good and help others.

As long as I follow God’s commandments, I can be a force for peace and truth.

Even when life gets tough, I trust that God has a plan for me and that everything happens for a reason.

Whether I’m feeling sick, sad or lost, I know that my struggles can serve a greater purpose.

I’m just grateful for the opportunity to be a part of God’s plan.




Yes, you are absolutely right. Combining honesty, truth, and compassion is crucial for creating a sense of connection and understanding in our world.

While honesty and truth provide a foundation for open and transparent communication, compassion allows us to consider the impact of our words on others.

It helps us approach difficult conversations with empathy and understanding, fostering a sense of connection and mutual respect.

By practising honesty and truth with compassion, we can build stronger relationships, bridge differences, and create a more harmonious and connected world.

Will you give it a go ?


God ~ Forgives 🙏⚜️🙏


Whether we are young or older, the answer to keeping ourselves pure is the same: live according to God’s word.

Sounds so simple, so why is it so hard to do?

Jesus summed up God’s word in one word: Love!

That’s why it’s so hard.

All we need to do is love God, love one another, and love ourselves.

The first of the commandments calls us to love God.

We are not to put anything or anyone above God.

We are not to take God’s name in vain by using it as a curse or an exclamation of anything other than praise.

We are not to take God’s role in condemning anyone or anything.

It belongs only to God to decide if someone will be damned and sent to hell, not to us.

We are to take time out of our week to give thanks and praise to God.

The rest of the commandments speak about our responsibilities to others.

As we learned from reading Scripture, our allegiance to authority only goes so far.

We are not to follow immoral rules.

When I think of the horrors of the holocaust, I can’t believe how many people turned in their neighbours because of their religious beliefs!

Hitler, in his determination to kill the Jewish people, would have killed Jesus with less compunction than Pilate who at least considered him innocent.

We are told not to kill the spirit of a person as well as not to kill or harm his body.

We are told to keep ourselves out of harm’s way; not to put ourselves in dangerous situations without a good reason, and not to use people for our pleasure; to treat others with the same respect we want them to show us.

We are not to lie or cheat or steal, but to be satisfied with the blessings we have been given. If we do these things, we will be pure in the eyes of the Lord.


PRAYER TO SAINT Valentine February 14

PRAYER TO St. Valentine February 14

O glorious advocate and protector, St. Valentine, Look with pity upon our wants, hear our prayers, relieve by your intercession the miseries under which we labor, and obtain for us the divine blessing that we may be found worthy to join you in praising the Almighty for all eternity: through the merits of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.🙏🙏


Lord 👑


However, I say, He which soweth sparingly shall also reap sparingly, and he which soweth bountifully shall also reap bountifully.

Effort produces results.

It’s true in sports, in business, and also in our spiritual lives.

When we give freely for the Lord’s sake,

He multiplies our gifts.

This is true when we give financially, when we sacrifice our time in service to others, and when we share the good news of salvation in Jesus.

When we do our part faithfully, we will see God do great things with our efforts.

Lord, help me not to be uncharitable with all that You have given me.

Give me eyes to see where my time, talent, and treasure may serve others and advance Your kingdom.

And help me to freely and boldly proclaim You good news of salvation and hope.

Work through my efforts so my harvest may be great for Your Kingdom’s sake.

I, Jesus’ namesake Amen.