How Unworthy we are…


Praise God, For he has Risen… well soon anyway.

We sometimes forget that each and every Easter we are not just remembering the Passion, Death and Resurrection of Jesus, but it is really happening again!  Easter is eternal, the for giveness of our sins was not a onetime thing, but rather God in his ultimate Glory has given us eternal forgiveness.

So each and every year, Jesus suffers under Ponchas Piolt Crucified Dies  and raises again in Glory, all to for give us our sins.

How unworthy are we!

How glorious of God!

We are nothing to Him, yet we are everything! We deserve nothing, yet get everything!

Praise God! Glory be to Him!

The Catholic Church celebrates Holy Week, the Passion Death and Resurrection of our Lord and God, Jesus the Christ. We celebrate with joy for the death and Resurrection of the one true God. Yet we seem to miss the point.

We, as simple humans, seem to not understand that Jesus didn’t just die once, but continues to do so. Jesus didn’t just forgive our sins one time, but for all time.  What a grace, what a gift, what love. And how undeserving we are!

Praise God, He has Risen!

How have we died to our Lord? How have we dies to our sins or to our selves? We are asked during Lent to just that, to die to ourselves so we can be resurrected spiritually with our Lord on Easter Sunday.

Take stock, and prepare the way of the risen Lord today!

Praise God, He has Risen!

Take the time of Holy Week to really reflect back on Lent, what have you really done? Have you dies unto yourself, and offered up your sacrifice to God? Are you ready to be resurrected on Easter. And are you deserving?

Praise God, for He has Risen!
Because of the Passion, Death and Resurrection, Jesus has laid the ground work for us to be raised on the last day. Undeserving as we are, the goodness of the Lord shines forever more!

Praise God He has Risen!

God Bless and Happy Holy Week!

Paul

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About Paul Sposite

Paul Sposite - Life Coach I began my career as an instructor. As an instructor there are two basic requirements. You have to know yourself, so you know where you’re drawing your inspiration from. And you have to actively listen to the others, and then respond to the subtext of what they are saying. In learning about myself I started to focus a lot on my students, how they learned, what questions they were asking and how I could best modify my methods to best serve them. I believe that if you use your real life problems/issues as insights to the issues you need to heal, you’ll grow. From my experience in the classroom, creating curriculum and material to support my training, I developed an interest in how people process information. This interest turned into my interest in Life Coaching.
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