167th Meditation

“Put your hope in the Lord, be strong,

let your heart be bold, put your hope in the Lord” (Ps 27:14).

The Lord is our strength…

This is the constant experience of those who walk with the Lord through this life and try to fulfill their mission in this world. We are very limited beings and many things are beyond our capacity. But this does not mean that we have to lose hope, but rather that we must realistically accept the limits that God has placed on us. Read More

The Eyes of Faith

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NOTE: We will listen today to the reading and meditation corresponding to Wednesday of the I Week of Advent, instead of taking the one for the Feast of St. Andrew the Apostle. If anyone would like to listen to a meditation of this Feast celebrated today, you can find it in the following link:

Is 25:6-10a

On this mountain, for all peoples, the Lord Sabaoth is preparing a banquet of rich food, a banquet of fine wines, of succulent food, of well-strained wines. On this mountain, he has destroyed the veil which used to veil all peoples, the mantle enveloping all nations; he has destroyed death for ever. Read More


166th Meditation

“My light drives away all darkness, to the point that it pains you to have had even the slightest wrong thought” (Interior Word).

God is light and there is no shadow in Him (1Jn 1:5). Our Father is love (1Jn 4:8b). When love is poured into our hearts and we allow ourselves to be moved by it, nothing can stand in the way of this love. This is how the purification of the heart takes place. Read More

Come, Lord Jesus, Maranatha

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Rev 22:1-7

Then the angel showed me the river of life, rising from the throne of God and of the Lamb and flowing crystal-clear. Down the middle of the city street, on either bank of the river were the trees of life, which bear twelve crops of fruit in a year, one in each month, and the leaves of which are the cure for the nations. The curse of destruction will be abolished.  Read More