My previous post was about The Cross.
I didn’t provide quotes because I didn’t want to overload the post with too much information.
Since there are so many great quotes, I want to share some.
Here are 13 quotes on the cross.
Do you know that Jesus is coming soon?
I can imagine your reaction: “Yes, of course I know. Christmas is less than three weeks away!”
I’m not referring to Christ’s birth (well, not yet). I’m referring to His Second Coming. We hear a great deal about this event in Scripture. In the Gospel reading for this past Sunday, the Lord describes what it will be like when He comes again.
“And there will be signs in sun and moon and stars, and upon the earth distress of nations in perplexity at the roaring of the sea and the waves, men fainting with fear and with foreboding of what is coming on the world; for the powers of the heavens will be shaken. And then they will see the Son of man coming in a cloud with power and great glory. Now when these things begin to take place, look up and raise your heads, because your redemption is drawing near” (Luke 21:25-28).
Jesus provides these details because He’s trying to prepare us, not to scare us. He tells us what will take place, but He doesn’t tell us when.
“But of that day or that hour no one knows, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father. Take heed, watch; for you do not know when the time will come” (Mark 13:32-33).
I’m not usually interested in poetry. Figurative language doesn’t make much sense to me.
I’m a straightforward, literal person. I prefer for someone to just tell me what they mean, rather than use fancy techniques to make me figure it out.
Recently, I saw a quote posted on a blog:
“But he that dares not grasp the thorn
Should never crave the rose.”
I was intrigued, so I searched online to find out more. (If it’s not obvious why I like the quote, look at the title of my blog.)
I discovered that the quote is actually a line from a poem written by Anne Brontë.
Where did Halloween come from? How many people know the actual origin of this “holiday” that’s celebrated in the United States on October 31st?
The month of October is dedicated to the Holy Rosary in the Roman Catholic Church. On October 7th, the annual feast of Our Lady of the Rosary is celebrated.
The Rosary has a rich and interesting history that could not be presented or explained in a simple blog post…
I feel it’s most important to focus on what the Rosary is and why it’s beautiful and powerful. My hope is that those who don’t already pray the Rosary will begin to; and those who already do will deepen and spread the devotion.