Listen to the shouldn’ts, the impossibles, the won’ts. Shel Silverstein “Consult not your fears but your hopes and your dreams. He will come, doubt it not; and in the approaching day of His visitation, which will be that of your death and His judgment, He will Himself crown your holy hope.
Put your trust in God, and move forward with faith and confidence in the future. Wait upon Him patiently; wait upon Him by avoiding all sin.
Scanning the various media outlets, it seems as though the bad news outnumbers the good! Listen to the never haves, then listen close to me… Think not about your frustrations, but about your unfulfilled potential. Place all your hope in the Heart of Jesus; it is a safe asylum; for he who trusts in God is sheltered and protected by His mercy.
Prescriptions for cannabis in Ancient Egypt include treatment for the eyes (glaucoma), inflammation, and cooling the uterus, as well as administering enemas.
Lise Manniche, Ph D - Bhang, a Drink of Cannabis and Milk, Is Used in India as an Anesthetic Bhang, a cannabis drink generally mixed with milk, is used as an anesthetic and anti-phlegmatic in India.
The ancient anointed ones were literally drenched in this potent mixture." "Marijuana proponents suggest that the recipe for the anointing oil passed from God to Moses included cannabis, or kaneh-bosm in Hebrew.
They point to versions calling for fragrant cane, which they say was mistakenly changed to the plant calamus in the King James version of the Bible." - Egyptians Use Cannabis for Glaucoma, Inflammation, and Enemas Cannabis pollen is found on the mummy of Ramesses II, who died in 1213 BC.
If we will put our trust in Him, if we will pray to Him, if we will live worthy of His blessings, He will hear our prayers.” ? Hinckley ”Wait upon the Lord; be faithful to His commandments; He will elevate your hope, and put you in possession of His Kingdom.
She’s written several books about Marian devotion and Catholic family life and has touched the hearts of audiences in a variety of venues.
In a farewell speech at the end of his September 2015 trip to the United States, Pope Francis told the people gathered at the Philadelphia International Airport, “Your care for me and your generous welcome are a sign of your love for Jesus and your faithfulness to him.” That sounds like something Elisha the prophet would have said to the woman we meet in today’s first reading.
She and her husband extended to Elisha an open invitation to come and stay with them whenever he was in town.
Now, Scripture is clear that we are saved by Jesus alone, not by our actions.