JESUS IS MET BY HIS BLESSED MOTH

 

 

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JESUS IS MET BY HIS BLESSED MOTHER

 

 

 

As Jesus again shouldered the cross

and bore His burden,

He glanced ahead and saw His mother.

He could not stop to talk, to explain,

to gather her in His arms and comfort her.

All His energy was being soaked into that cross.

 

Who are My mother and brothers?

Those who do the will of My Father.

 

Not My will, Father, but Yours.

 

Lord, You had to leave the security

of home and family, twice.

You left Your Father to be a man with us,

and left Your human family to die for us.

You had to pray to Your Father:

My God, I trust in You.

My God, I trust in You.

 

Lord, when we leave all and follow You and it hurts those we love,

help us to know that You have been there, too;

but is more than rewarded in the end.

Help us to pray:

My God, I trust in You.

My God, I trust in You.

 

Lord, when Your cross pierces

our own desires, and make us call out,

let our cry be, through our pain:

My God, I trust in You.

My God, I trust in You.

 

 

 

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