TOUCHING THE HEART TO GAIN FREEDOM.

Written by misioneras

22/07/2021

SAINT MARY MAGDALENE.

This is what the Gospel is about freedom: about gaining one’s own freedom. And help others make choices the Jesus way. Saint Nazaria, reflecting on this, writes: “The sharp blows to the head are very good to hurt us, but not to move us; on the chest – and not on the forehead – are the keys of freedom, because by touching the heart, victory is won. “

It is allowing oneself to be done, touching the best of oneself so that each one wishes and chooses the Gospel in each situation. Finding ourselves that love overflows us, that we have been forgiven, that we have received much. Love awakens gratitude.

Because Jesus touched the heart “Magdalene stopped being the Sinner, to be the Saint. This is always God, forgive in a sincere, radical, absolute way. “

How does God touch your heart? Make the answer, prayer. (Champion 15, year 2, April 30, 1930, Virtue at home, p. 6)

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