Trust in the Lord with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind. God did not promise us a life without suffering or trials or confusion or disappointments, but God does promise that there is meaning to our suffering, even when we can’t comprehend it and when it overwhelms us. I don’t mean this in the simplistic “everything happens for a reason” cliche - because God’s heart BREAKS with ours in the midst of these sorrows. What I mean is that God continues to hold and sustain us every moment, and gives us a path by which to offer our suffering for greater purpose and for redemption. God gives us a hope that defies reason, a light that defies all darkness, a love that endures against unbearable odds. Cling to that hope, dear ones. Cling to one another. .
Trust in the Lord.
Like I said last week, Ingram is startable, despite his lack of production, and he ended up popping off on the same amount of touches he’s been getting prior to his big game. He’s getting around 15 touches on a great offense – that’s a guy you want in your lineup more often than not. The Eagles haven’t been as stout against the run as we’ve been used to; they’ve given up 5.8 yards per carry over the last three games, mostly due to Zeke last week, but they’re at 4.7 for the year, which isn’t great. The real issue is that teams aren’t running on them – the Eagles are allowing the least amount of carries. The Saints are going to do them, so it’s possible that they add another 20% of carries to the amount that Philly has allowed so far this season on their own in one week.
Just a Lover for Saints , a lover for their stories , their life and their pure Love for our Creator . I relate , often feel far away from being a Saint,but that doesn’t mean you and I can’t become one. It seems impossible ,yet so close when we choose to say yes to Jesus every day, every second.❤️ #saints#catholic#stencils#art
What can be done? We need to become more responsible after winning it all I feel as if the players became unreasonable not working as hard since they no longer had that drive. This can be fixed with new young players from the draft that want a taste of winning and older veterans on the team need to get these young players back on track. Comment Below what you think
When you think of Pier Giorgio Frassati what comes first to your mind? His good looks? Persona? His love for the outdoors? Yes, yes, and yes, but Pier Giorgio was so much more than these. He was a young man who personified charity. He would often get himself in trouble with his parents because he would “lose” his clothing to the poor and often come home shoeless. He was someone who would literally empty himself for another without even knowing his or her name. What dignity this gives the recipient! Let us practice this beautiful #virtue once in the next week! Particularly as we go into the season of plenty when so many go without. #virtuefeature#liliesandloaves