Lent and the Catholic Faith

Hi All,

I decided to write about Lent and what I do each year and what I encourage you to do during lent and each Day of the year which is to pray more, learn more about the catholic faith, put everything in God’s hands and trust Jesus Christ more!

You don’t necessarily have to wait for Lent or Easter or a milestone of you age or advent or new liturgical year or even December 31st and January 1st to change your ways, you can do this on any day of the year and put everything in God’s hands and trust Jesus Christ more and focus on Heaven above not things of this world!!!

Prayer before I write about Lent and about the Catholic Faith

Prayer:

 Dear God, Jesus Christ, the Blessed Virgin Mary, and all the angels and saints I pray with all my heart and soul that you help me write about Lent and encouraging others to get closer and practice their catholic faith a lot more each year in a clear and understanding way, I also invite the Holy spirit and Arch Angel Gabriel to help me write about Lent and encouraging others to get closer and practice their catholic faith a lot more each year in a clear and understanding way so people who read this will become encourage to learn and practice their catholic faith and they would put everything in God’s hands, they would Trust Jesus Christ a lot more, they would Pray and trust the Blessed Virgin Mary a lot more, they would Pray to the Angles and Saints a lot more, they would Pray for others a lot more, they would go to confession each 5th Saturday, they would say the entire rosary each 5th Friday and 5th Sunday, Pray more and pray a lot more novenas, they would Surrender to God give all the glory to God, and they would Learn more about the Catholic Faith during Lent and thought their Lives in Jesus Christ name I pray. Amen 

My thoughts on Lent:

 Lent for me I always try ways to get closer to God, Jesus Christ, the Blessed Virgin Mary and all the Angles and Saints and each year, I would pray a lot more and pray for others a lot more and learn more about the catholic faith each year and for Lent I figure out what to give up and plan 40 days before lent to prepare myself for Lent, so I would mark down 40 days before and say the rosary before lent and figure out what to give up and try to pray more. So, one of the ways I been doing recently for about 5 years is that I would read a lot of different Catholic blogs and watch a lot of Catholic YouTube videos to learn more about my Catholic faith each new year, Lent and advent. Then I would pray for the authors and pray for the YouTubers after I read blog posts or watch the videos. Also, I would find a lot of Catholic prayers from the blogs and YouTube videos and I would pray them and pray a lot more.

The Catholic Faith:

Lent:

Lent is the six-week period leading up to Easter, lent is a time of solemn observance and preparation for the celebration of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ at Easter. It starts on Ash Wednesday to Easter Catholics give up something for Lent and they do not eat meat on Ash Wednesday and each Friday during Lent. Also, Catholics study their Bibles and pray a lot more during lent

40 ideas of things you could give up for Lent:

  1. Snacks
  2. Cookies
  3. Chocolate
  4.  Netflix
  5. Favorite TV shows
  6. Instagram
  7. Listening to music in the car or car radio
  8. Complaining
  9. TV all together
  10. Gossip
  11. Movies
  12. Pizza
  13. Eating meat
  14. Favorite meals    
  15. Getting your nails done
  16. Donuts
  17. Coffee
  18. Hot chocolate
  19.   Fun game apps on your phone
  20. Soda
  21. Facebook
  22. Twitter 
  23. Sweets
  24. Ice-cream
  25. Your bed
  26. Sports
  27.  Your pillow
  28. Your blanket
  29.  Fast food 
  30.  Hot showers
  31. Bubble baths
  32. Snapchat
  33. All social media
  34. YouTube
  35. The Gym
  36. Slippers
  37. iPad
  38. Alcohol
  39.  house Radio
  40.  Friday night plans

Easter:

Links on Easter:

“Easter is the celebration of Christ’s resurrection from the dead. It is celebrated on Sunday, and marks the end of Holy Week, the end of Lent, the last day of the Easter Triduum (Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday), and is the beginning of the Easter season of the liturgical year.”

Pentecost:

Links on Pentecost:

“Pentecost always occurs 50 days after the death and resurrection of Jesus, and ten days after his ascension into heaven. Because Easter is a moveable feast without a fixed date, and Pentecost depends on the timing of Easter, Pentecost can fall anywhere between May 10 and June 13. For this reason, Pentecost is considered the birthday of the Church – Peter, the first Pope, preaches for the first time and converts thousands of new believers. The apostles and believers, for the first time, were united by a common language, and a common zeal and purpose to go and preach the Gospel.”

Link on Catholics wearing red on Pentecost:

The stations of the Cross and Stations of the Cross Prayers:

I encourage you during Lent and through your life to go pray at each station of the cross. During let and through the year I would pray for all 7.7+ billion people on earth and all souls in purgatory and light a candle for them near the stations of the cross in a church. You can pray for others, loved one, and personal intentions you have in front of the stations of the cross during lent or thought the year.

The Stations of the Cross are usually observed during Lent, especially on Lenten Fridays and most importantly on Good Friday. It is one of the most popular devotions for Roman Catholics. The devotion consists of meditating on 14 events which form the 14 stations of the cross. The purpose of this devotion is to focus on the Passion of Jesus Christ. Here is the long version of Stations of the Cross or Way of the Cross with meditations and prayers.

Preparatory Prayers:

O Jesus, our adorable Savior, we now contemplate Your sacred passion. Help us to understand that the sufferings of our life are the continuation of Your passion. We ask for strength of our souls to go through our passion, in the spirit with which You went through Yours.” Amen

Station 1 – Jesus is condemned to death:

Leader: We adore You, O Christ, and we bless You.
All: Because by Your Holy Cross, You have redeemed the world.

Leaving the house of Caiaphas, where he had been blasphemed, and the house of Herod, where he had been mocked, Jesus is dragged before Pilate, his back torn with scourges, his head crowned with thorns; and he, who on the last day will judge the living and the dead, is himself condemned to a disgraceful death.

Prayer:

It was for us that You did suffer, O Blessed Jesus. It was for our sins that You were condemned to die. Oh, grant that we may detest our sins from the bottom of our hearts, and obtain your mercy and pardon by repentance.Amen

Leader: Have mercy on us, O Lord.
All: Have mercy on us.

Station 2 – Jesus is laden with the Cross:

Leader: We adore You, O Christ, and we bless You.
All: Because by Your Holy Cross, You have redeemed the world.

A heavy cross is laid upon the bruised shoulders of Jesus. He receives it with meekness and with a sense of commitment, for it is the instrument with which he is to redeem the world and to accomplish the mission for which his heavenly Father has sent him.

Prayer:

O Jesus, grant us, by virtue of your cross, to embrace with meekness and cheerful submission the difficulties of our life, and to be ever ready to take up our cross and follow You.Amen

Leader: Have mercy on us, O Lord.
All: Have mercy on us.

Station 3 – Jesus falls for the first time:

Leader: We adore You, O Christ, and we bless You.
All: Because by Your Holy Cross, You have redeemed the world.

Bowed down under the weight of the cross, Jesus slowly sets forth on the way to Calvary, amidst the mockeries and insults of the crowd. His agony in the garden has exhausted his body. He is lacerated with blows and wounds; his strength fails Him. He falls to the ground under his cross.

Prayer:

O Jesus, who for our sins did bear the heavy burden of the cross and did fall under its weight, may the thoughts of your suffering make us watchful over ourselves and save us from any grievous fall into sin.Amen

Leader: Have mercy on us, O Lord.
All: Have mercy on us.

Station 4 – Jesus meets his Blessed Mother:

Leader: We adore You, O Christ, and we bless You.
All: Because by Your Holy Cross, You have redeemed the world.

Still burdened with his cross, and wounded yet more by his fall, Jesus proceeds on His way. He is met by his loving mother. What a meeting must have that been! What a sword of anguish must have pierced the mother’s heart! What must have been the compassion of that Son for his holy mother!

Prayer:

O Jesus, by the compassion which You did feel for You Mother, have compassion on us, and give us a share in her intercession. O Mary, most afflicted mother, intercede for us that, through the sufferings of your Son, we may be delivered from eternal death.Amen

Leader: Have mercy on us, O Lord.
All: Have mercy on us.

Station 5 – Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus to carry the cross:

Leader: We adore You, O Christ, and we bless You.
All: Because by Your Holy Cross, You have redeemed the world.

As the strength of Jesus fails, and he is unable to proceed, the executioners seize and compel Simon of Cyrene to carry His cross. The grace of that cross changes the Cyrenean’s heart and from the compulsory task, it becomes a privilege and joy.

Prayer:

O Lord Jesus, may it be our privilege to bear our cross. May we glory in nothing else; by the cross, may the world be crucified unto us, and we unto the world. May we never shrink from suffering but rather rejoice if we should be counted worthy to suffer for your name’s sake.Amen

Leader: Have mercy on us, O Lord.
All: Have mercy on us.

Station 6 – Veronica wipes the face of Jesus:

Leader: We adore You, O Christ, and we bless You.
All: Because by Your Holy Cross, You have redeemed the world.

As Jesus proceeds along the way covered with the sweat of blood, a woman, moved with compassion, makes her way through the crowd, and wipes his face with a handkerchief. As a reward for her piety, the impression of His sacred countenance is miraculously imprinted upon the handkerchief.

Prayer:

O Jesus may the contemplation of your sufferings move us with deep compassion. Make us hate our sins and kindle in our hearts, more fervent love for You. May your image be gravening on our minds until we are transformed into Your likeness.Amen

Leader: Have mercy on us, O Lord.
All: Have mercy on us.

Station 7 – Jesus falls beneath His cross, the second time:

Leader: We adore You, O Christ, and we bless You.
All: Because by Your Holy Cross, You have redeemed the world.

The pain of his wounds; and the loss of blood increasing at every step of his way, weakens him; and Jesus falls to the ground for the second time.

Prayer:

O Jesus, who did fall a second time beneath the load of our sins and of your suffering for our sins, how often have we grieved you by our repeated falls into sin! Oh, may we rather die than ever offend You!Amen

Leader: Have mercy on us, O Lord.
All: Have mercy on us.

Station 8 – Jesus consoles the women of Jerusalem:

Leader: We adore You, O Christ, and we bless You.
All: Because by Your Holy Cross, You have redeemed the world.

At the sight of the sufferings of Jesus, some holy women in the crowd were so touched with sympathy that they openly bewailed and lamented for Him. Jesus, knowing the things that would befall Jerusalem because of its rejection of him, turned to them and said, “Daughters of Jerusalem, weep for yourselves and for your children”.

Prayer:

O Jesus, we mourn and will always mourn for you and for ourselves, for your sufferings and for our sins which caused them. Oh, teach us to mourn, so that we may repent and be saved from the dreadful end to those who reject or neglect you, their God and their all.Amen

Leader: Have mercy on us, O Lord.
All: Have mercy on us.

Station 9 – Jesus falls beneath His cross the third time:

Leader: We adore You, O Christ, and we bless You.
All: Because by Your Holy Cross, You have redeemed the world.

Jesus has almost arrived at the summit of Calvary, but before he reaches the spot where he is to be crucified, his strength again fails Him, and he falls the third time.

Prayer:

O Jesus, we entreat you by the merit of this your third and most painful fall, to pardon our frequent relapses and our long continuance in sin. May the thought of Your sufferings make us hate our sins more and more.Amen

Leader: Have mercy on us, O Lord.
All: Have mercy on us.

Station 10 – Jesus is stripped of His garments:

Leader: We adore You, O Christ, and we bless You.
All: Because by Your Holy Cross, You have redeemed the world.

Jesus at last arrives at Golgotha and they prepare to crucify Him. They strip Him of His garments and mock Him.

Prayer:

O Jesus, strip us of all false esteem, conceit and pride and make us humble like you in this life, so that we share your glory with you in the life to come.Amen

Leader: Have mercy on us, O Lord.
All: Have mercy on us.

Station 11 – Jesus is nailed to the cross:

Leader: We adore You, O Christ, and we bless You.
All: Because by Your Holy Cross, You have redeemed the world.

The cross is laid upon the ground and Jesus is stretched upon His bed of death. With divine dignity and forgiveness, he lets himself be nailed to the cross. The blows are struck! The blood gushes forth!

Prayer:

O Jesus, nailed to the cross, fasten our hearts to the cross, so that we may be united with you until we yield up our souls to you.” Amen

Leader: Have mercy on us, O Lord.
All: Have mercy on us.

Station 12 – Jesus dies on the cross:

Leader: We adore You, O Christ, and we bless You.
All: Because by Your Holy Cross, You have redeemed the world.

For three hours, Jesus has hung upon His pierced hands. His blood has run in streams down his body, and onto the ground. In the midst of excruciating suffering, he has pardoned his murderers, given heaven to the good thief, and committed his blessed mother to his beloved disciple’s care. His mission of love has been accomplished. He bows his head and gives up his Spirit to God.

Prayer:

O Jesus, we devoutly embrace your saving cross, on which you died so that we may have eternal life. We hail your cross, and lovingly accept our own.Amen

Leader: Have mercy on us, O Lord.
All: Have mercy on us.

Station 13 – Jesus is taken down from the cross:

Leader: We adore You, O Christ, and we bless You.
All: Because by Your Holy Cross, You have redeemed the world.

“The multitudes have left the hill of Calvary. There is no one except the beloved disciple of Jesus and the holy women with Mary, the mother of Jesus. Joseph of Arimathea and Nicodemus take down the body of Jesus from the cross and place him in the arms of his afflicted mother.

Prayer:

O Mary, mother of Jesus, your grief was so great, being a helpless witness to the savage way your Son was put to death. By his death and resurrection, we have become your children in Jesus. Help us by your intercession to be like your son Jesus.Amen

Leader: Have mercy on us, O Lord.
All: Have mercy on us.

Station 14 – Jesus is laid in the Holy Sepulcher:

Leader: We adore You, O Christ, and we bless You.
All: Because by Your Holy Cross, You have redeemed the world.

The disciples take the body of her dear beloved Son Jesus from his mother and place it in the tomb. The tomb is closed and in it the lifeless body remains until the hour of its glorious resurrection.

Prayer:

Lord, your suffering is over. You have triumphed, though in the eyes of men, you may seem to have failed. Sin, death and hell have been conquered. The world is Yours; I am Yours. Be the King of my heart. I surrender myself to your Holy Will. May Your kingdom come.Amen

Leader: Have mercy on us, O Lord.
All: Have mercy on us.

Concluding Prayer:

Heavenly Father, we have contemplated your Son, Jesus, on his Way of the Cross, in his Spirit which you have gifted to us. We accept our way of the cross. We know it will lead us to, where it led him to, our resurrection with him. We thank You for the joy of this vision of faith.Amen

For the intention of the Holy Father,

III. Put everything in God’s hands:

I encourage you during Lent and through your life to let go and put everything in God’s hands! I pray to God everything day. Especially when I’m in the car driving to work or church, I tell God you in charge of the car protect me and I say my prayers and I thank him when I arrive at my destination. I let everything go and give it to God and tell him you’re in charge of my life everything will fall in place and whatever happens it meant to be by God.

“The next time you approach God in prayer, don’t hold anything back! Be honest, open, and give Him everything that’s inside of you.”

Link on putting your problems in God’s hands:

IV. Trust Jesus Christ:

I encourage you during Lent and through your life to trust Jesus Christ more, I trust Jesus Christ more each year because I know how much he loves me. I tell Jesus Christ I love him, and I trust him. If You do that every it becomes more and more easier each day to trust Jesus Christ even the hardest days of life because Jesus Christ is always there with us every day and if I tell and trust in Jesus Christ I become less and less likely to think negatively and more positive! Jesus Christ also performs blessing and miracles so trust Jesus Christ because he Loves you and he  put your life together if it broken and he always knows what best for you and he makes sure your life is blessed and he forgive you when you repent and heal your soul

“Don’t be afraid to reveal yourself to the Lord. He will never abandon, betray or reject you. His love for you will never diminish or disappear. He will meet you right where you are and continue to love you completely and unconditionally.” 

Links on trusting Jesus:

V. Pray, and trust the Blessed Virgin Mary:

 I encourage you during Lent and through your life to Pray, and trust blessed virgin Mary a lot more! I pray the rosary and I pray to the Blessed Virgin Mary and I find my life becomes more blessed when I say the rosary! I have seen YouTube videos of miracles and miracle healing by the Blessed Virgin Mary so I would pray to the Blessed Virgin Mary for miracle heals for others!

Link about Prayers to the Blessed Virgin Mary:

Link about prayers Facebook devotional pages to the Blessed Virgin Mary:

  1. https://www.facebook.com/Mary-Queen-of-Heaven-232267533463486/
  2. https://m.facebook.com/themostblessedvirginmary/
  3. https://www.facebook.com/livefromlourdes/
  4. https://www.facebook.com/Virgin-Mary-682999531782210/
  5. https://m.facebook.com/MotherMaryOfficial/
  6. https://onesmallrose.com/2018/09/17/the-holy-rosary/
  7. https://www.marypages.com/prayers-to-the-blessed-virgin-mary.html
  8. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=pGRGv9_60iI

VI. Pray to the Angles and Saints:

I encourage you during Lent and through your life to pray to the angles and saints  I pray to the angels, garden angels and arch angels for guidance and protection and I would pray to the saints as well each saint has a current miracle power.

Links on Angles and Saints:

  1. https://www.catholicdoors.com/prayers/saints.htm?fbclid=IwAR2HSjkYjP82ye70aoIDeUcDry4suswHhfS82CmSJZ44FkRfZ-OpnqG3yog
  2. https://mycatholic.life/saints/?fbclid=IwAR3-3TwnER-0jURugAv62meC9E6ECWf4swIFlyi2O1Y-5gmBx8y7OAcKH-U#TOC-F
  3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x3X6VESsZrw
  4. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNfpQ2giw5IiQuD-WcFv-Oiek8nGGruKE
  5. https://ucatholic.com/category/saints/?fbclid=IwAR3GL3bfoBjZprWWgZnDgZWmYZxFhS5-4TtZK_aOMtA7sbM9dYDcdjiiQLc
  6. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhC00LMbWbQ
  7. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vww-7CAD2_M
  8. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JBKpR57-Bo
  9. https://www.beliefnet.com/inspiration/angels/what-are-the-9-orders-of-angels.aspx
  10. https://healingdeva.com/ranks-angels/
  11. https://www.catholic.org/prayers/prayer.php?p=2031
  12. https://www3.nd.edu/~mary/classic/angels.html
  13. http://www.archangels-and-angels.com/misc/prayers.html
  14. https://www.marypages.com/prayers-to-the-saints-en.html
  15. https://www.roman-catholic-saints.com/saints-prayers.html

VII. Pray for others a lot more:

I encourage you during Lent and through your life to pray for others  I pray for others every day and I pray to God, Jesus Christ, blessed Virgin Mary and all the Angels and Saints for other’s to have healings, protection, guidance’s, shelter, food, water, and help! because I want to pray for others a lot more, also another way is I would pray for all souls in purgatory each time I enter and about to leave the church each weekend or during the week.

Links for Prayers:

  1. https://www.biblestudytools.com/topical-verses/bible-verses-about-praying-for-others/
  2. https://www.openbible.info/topics/praying_for_others
  3. http://dailyprayer.us/prayers/others.php
  4. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=yk8In-6KUGc
  5. http://www.catholictradition.org/Christ/miracle.htm

Prayers:

Hail Holy Queen:

Fatima Prayer:

Concluding Rosary Prayer:

The Driver’s Prayer:

Prayer for the Family:

Prayer to Saint John of God:

Prayer to the Sacred Heart of Jesus:

A Prayer to God the Father:

God Prayers – Prayer for God’s Help in Daily Actions:

Our Father in Heaven (The Lord’s Prayer):

Hail Mary:

Glory Be – Hear the Prayer:

The Apostle’s Creed:

Pray | The Saint Michael Prayer:

Act of Contrition:

Guardian Angel Prayer:

Grace Before and After Meals:

Angel of God My Guardian Dear:

Prayers – Christopher:

Prayer for the release of 1,000 souls from Purgatory – St. Gertrude the Great:

Prayers:

 VIII. Go to confession each 5th Saturday:

In a previous posts Prayers Before, During and After confession, Sins and how to overcome them and Confession I shared prayers before, during and after Confession, Random sins and how I believe to overcome and how to do a good Confession them I would Like to continue and share Links and I encourage you during Lent and through your life to go to confession a lot more 5th Saturday. I go to confession a lot I love to receive God’s mercy and God’s forgiveness Also, for 2020 on 2/29, 5/30, 8/29, 10/31 Are 5th Saturdays this year so I encourage you all to go to confession on these days this year!

My experience with Confession:
Confession has been so important to me for years; Confession is a Sacrament and to make a good confession is to acknowledge your sins with true sorrow before the priest. Also, I pray to invite God, Jesus Christ and the Blessed Virgin Mary with me when I’m in confession.
I go 2 times a month or at least once a month, and I go with my sins in a list on a piece of paper and I say 10 common catholic prayers and prayers for confession. Then I make a prayer for the priest on my phone the night before, so I can say that prayer for the priest after confession.

Then on the day of confession, I would have the list of my sins and the prayer for the priest, then I would say some prayers before confession.
Then I would go to confession and I would read off the list of sins and tell the priest. At the end of confession, I would say the act of Contrition and as soon as it ends, I thank the priest.
As soon as I leave confession, I thank God for His mercy, do my penance as soon as possible with saying 10 common catholic prayers in additional and the Prayer for the priest as well. When I go home from church I would rip and throw out my list of sins and think of ways to overcome those sins.

So that’s why I decided to write about confession to help others with encouragement on going to confession to receive God’s mercy and to be familiar with sins and the ten commandments and overcome sins. Because confession is like CPR on your soul C- Confession, P- Penance and R- Repentance, so I go to confession two times a month or at least once a month because I love receiving God’s mercy and forgiveness and cleansing my soul.

I’m sharing The Sacrament of confession part I and II from one small rose because those are one of my favorite blog posts they were just created last month and I saved them to my desktop on my laptop and read them before I go to confession because those blogs help me with confession a lot.

Link about confession:

IX. Pray the entire rosary each 5th Friday and 5th Sunday,Holy Rosary Ministries:

I encourage you during Lent and through your life to yay the entire rosary each 5th Sunday, divine mercy and rosary 5th Friday 5th Sunday I pray the rosaries and What I do is on a 5th Sunday I would say all the 4 Mysteries of the Rosary. A 5th Sunday happens only 4 or 5 times a year so I would go to confession that Saturday the night before and then says the entire Rosary that 5th Sunday with the 3 Hail Mary’s! So, for 2020 on 3/29, 5/31, 8/30, 11/29 are 5th Sundays this year so I encourage you all to pray all 4 of the Mysteries of the Rosary (Joyful, Sorrowful, Glorious, and Luminous Mysteries) on these days this year

Link about praying the Entire Rosary:

Link about 3 Hail Mary’s prayer:

  1. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=hpNd3FFodwA
  2. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=JqWGICoigS8
  3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=___ssIBiv7Q

Holy Rosary Ministry:

  1. Joyous:

2. Luminous:

3. Sorrowful:

4. Glorious:

 X. Pray more and pray more novenas:

I encourage you during Lent and through your life to pray more and more novenas I love novenas I pray novenas a lot of prayers are very, very, very powerful and God and Jesus Christ hears all the prayers and it by God’s will if he answers them! But novenas are prayers you people for days long and I love having a list of prayers to pray each day

Link on Novenas:

 XI. Surrender to God give all the glory to God:

 I encourage you during Lent and through your life surrender to God give all the glory to him. I surrender everything to him because God is in charge and he created you and he knows everything about you and there is nothing you can hide from God! So that why I surrender everything to God and trust God and love God with all my heart and soul! Recognize that God loves so much and always helps you thought your life and he is always there for you and is always willing to help you with anything! Even if you are going through a hard time, he will always find a way to overcome it and make it easier for you. Just look at all the stuff God has provided for you! For example: family, friends, life, food, doctors, technology, and my prayers! God gave you a family which will always be there for you no matter what and always encourage you to do the best. Your family will always be there when your depressed or struggling with heath. God gave you friends similar to family God provides you with good friends in your life that would also be there for you and help you with your struggles and join you during fun events and travels God gives you life every day, each day you should thanks to God for living another day  God gives you food, just think about it the food that God provided for us that gives us good health for example: Sprouted Grains and Breads, Fruit, Spices, Seasonings, and Herbs Vegetables, Pomegranate Also God gave you doctors, God gave you a technology and new technology and God gave you prayers

For me my opinion is that This one sin is really bad because It hurts God and Jesus Christ when you use their name in vain, for me I can’t even say “omg,”  when I hear it I do the sign of the cross or say I’m sorry you had to hear that God, in my head, when people use the lords name in vein it make me uncomfortable at that moment and imagine God and Jesus Christ how they feel when their name is used in vain

God, I thank you for your love and your mercy thank you God for your word has reached my heart today. God, I ask for your forgiveness on me. Write my name in the book of life! Accepted me as your child God! Right now, I forgive anyone that I not been able to forgive. I renounce my lack of forgiveness. I renounce all things that hindered your flow and I ask you transform me and to fill me presents every day!  In the Father son and Holy Spirit, I pray
Amen 

Links on Surrender to God give all the glory to God:

 XII. Learn more about the Catholic Faith:

I encourage you during Lent and through your life to learn more about the catholic faith, Each new year’s, Lent and Advent I think of how and what I can do to learn more about my catholic faith and what I can do to use the information to be a better holy person and a person of God and use the information and spread it to others so they know and learn about God and Jesus Christ, the catholic faith and catholic prayers to help their souls!

Good links for good catholic blogs and YouTube videos:

  1. https://onesmallrose.com/
  2. https://katiebonline.wordpress.com/
  3. https://www.youtube.com/user/athompson014/about
  4. https://www.youtube.com/user/GabiAfterHours/featured
  5. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVdGX3N-WIJ5nUvklBTNhAw
  6. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeXS0cAkuTPpJ6j3eH59WudJhJ4q1tpwH
  7. https://m.youtube.com/user/AskAngels/videos
  8. http://www.usccb.org/about/divine-worship/liturgical-calendar/upload/2020cal.pdf
  9. https://www.vercalendario.info/en/event/catholic-liturgy-year-calendar-2020.html

Final Thought:

So I wrote about Lent and share links on the catholic Faith, please choose to look at the links and think about what Jesus Christ had done for you and what God has provided for you, please put everything in God’s hands and trust Jesus Christ more!

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