Friday Devotion 10 April 2020 / At the Cross

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Jesus has been Crucified on the cross. This is a day Jesus died on the cross for me and you and for the all humanity. His passion , His mission , His life saved us today for an eternal life with him. At the cross , we see a victory , A good Jesus who never fails . Let us read from Mother Teresa as she called it ” Prayer of the stations of the Cross”

” Jesus lives His Passion today in the suffering, in the hungry, in the handicapped- in that child who eats a piece of bread crumb, because when that piece of bread is finished, there will be no more, and hunger will come again. There is a station of the cross. Let us be there , Lord, with that child.

Jesus lives His passion today in the thousands who die not only for a piece of bread, but for a little bit of love, of recognition. That is a station of the cross. Let us be there, Lord, with those who are dying for love.

Jesus lives His passion today in the fall of the young people who, as jesus did, fall again and again. Let us be there Lord.

Jesus lives His passion today in the homeless people in the parks , the alcoholics and the drug-addicted. Let us not be on of those who look and do not see. Instead , Lord, let us be there at that station of the cross.

  • At Prayer with Mother Teresa , Eileen Egan

 

Meditate the Cross of Jesus, His passion , His love , His life and let us be there at that station of the cross.

Written By Dariush Youkhaneh

 

2 Comments on “Friday Devotion 10 April 2020 / At the Cross

  1. Good Friday. I used to wonder, “What’s GOOD about it?” Now I know… it’s good because we know He had to die so we could live! He came for this day… and for the empty tomb…. and for the miracle of the resurrection. I love that you remind us, “Jesus lives His Passion today in the suffering, in the hungry, in the handicapped” and in us… spread the word! God bless you!!

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