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prayingPray for the members of our community who are ill.

for the faithful, and to your priest and deacon
Submitted By:John Carson
Prayer Request: Dear Most Reverend, Deacon, and church administrators and a prayerful staff, through the fellowship with the Holy Spirit, and in the servitude and slavery of our Lord Jesus Christ (Romans 6:22), under the Faithful eye of God the Father, and with the inspiration of St. Paul, Please help me with my prayers, I ask you. I have learned through trials and tests. I send you first, peace. This letter pertains to every reader, how you may come to know the Christ better in your seat holy as a chosen teacher in the brotherhood of Jesus Christ, a priest in the order of Melchizedek (Hebrews 7:13-17). A key biblical quote comes, "And now in these final days, he has spoken to us through his Son. God promised everything to the Son as an inheritance, and through the Son He created the universe" (Hebrews 1:2). We too are the inheritors of Christ's gift of love in compassion for and through creation. I must say that I love Jesus spoken words: "Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble of heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light." (Matthew 11: 28-30). Fathers and church staff, may you find peace in Jesus. I hope to a good degree that you will seek now to greet Saint Peter, and find the gate of heaven (a personal test, a greeting is owed) explained thoroughly in the books 1 Peter and 2 Peter, Timothy, and 1 and 2 John. Jesus Christ said, "And so I say to you, you are Peter [as first Pope], and upon this rock I will build my church, and the gates of Hell shall not prevail against it. I will give you the keys to the kingdom of Heaven. Whatever you bind on earth shall be bound in heaven; and whatever you loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven" (Matt 16: 18-19). We must pray for Peter's understanding as we approach Jesus about Salvation. For extra strength, understanding, deepening our Faith, and for getting to Holy Heaven we must go first to Saint Peter. For my salvation, I have personally grown a healing to a mental distress through devotion to Saint Peter, thus healing and absolving a sinful schizophrenia and paranoia. Because of the thought, I give to you an opinion that if you want to know how to arrive in Heaven, then pray with Saint Peter and you Jesus they are there with you immediately. My prayer request is to ask God for the strength to remain fortified in God, to accept the guidance of St. Peter and Paul, to better knowing and understanding in concupiscence our debt of gratitude and owed work we must do, commit without sin, and present, to the Holy One, Jesus Christ almighty. These commitments I have made have led to God healing me in stated ways above, and finding a deepening love and friendship with the God of love and light and peace/harmony/matrimony among believers, though scarce in review (thus my trusted family and friends). God also inspires me to tell you gently that He needs from me and you both of us, more reading hours in the Bible, I beseech of you, and at your best, may you understand my prayers. My Bible prayers have led me closer to Salvation. And, the answer and goal is the same for us all we must do this ! : add to our daily routine some more random Bible praying from the New Testament (or to the Old Testament, as we feel inspired). Please read my letter to the finish, since this letter is so short, and I am a believer and a I try to be a good witness to Jesus Christ almighty.. And, please consider that a good work in Paul you can do all the time is to go into the Jewish scriptures or the New Testament letters of Saint Paul (Acts, then Romans and Corinthians) for the answers, simply for the fact that Jesus Christ will make a home in your soul and give you His holy peace and comfort in times of need and distress. When you need the answers about how to act, Jesus will thus be there for you. This is especially needed and comforting as we now start to prepare for the Advent and Christmas season. We must pray for God's mercy AS IF it is our last Christmas/Easter alive on this Earth. Our consciences act to isolate our failures of the whole year and we accordingly seek penance and righteousness (the sacrament of confession). Deacons and priests need to go to a confession bi-monthly for the good of their flock and their souls...This is assured true in the Holy Spirit (Matt 12:22-32), who must not be doubted and sinned. This letter speaks to the ordained and the laity. To speak of evangelizing you may do, you must make the plan to give a Bible to someone in need in the community, in a way that the receiver will feel unafraid to approach God in prayer. And please realize that its never to late to think undeniably about INSPIRING the sacrament of reconciliation for yourself, your family, your priest, and the community you serve. I try to ask of God that my greatest gift would be remembering and praying for God to absolve my worst sins, such as I might confess before the Holy Trinity to prepare for Christmas and Easter, and to achieve in the earthly Heaven a saintly life in preparation to meet Jesus, seek in the Catholic mystics Sister Therese of Lisieux (read her autobiography titled, Story of a Soul) and St. Faustina Kowalska (read her Diary). Let me announce in joy and grace that the only way to the God's Son, the Christ, is through the grace and path to the Father in Saint Paul---and Saint Peter; with a proven and work-ready-attitude of Saint Paul. For reference to Paul's works, please consider a review of the books in the New Testament: Acts, Corinthians, Galatians, Hebrews, Ephesians, Colossians, Philemon, Philippians, Romans and Thessalonians. Remember Jesus' words: "Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble of heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light." Matthew 11: 28-30. Brother priests, may you seek comforts in greeting Saint Peter at the Holy gate of Heaven. I beseech you, to believe that Saint Peter can intercede for you and send your proclamations of Jesus Christ to witness your faith to achieve Salvation. To consider God's most holy laws, the holy Gospel of Saint Mark (12:31) says that the greatest commandment is "You must love your neighbor as yourself." For the called and consecrated at your church, the divine order and the rule is the same. To have Jesus Christ' sacred love for one another is the divine duty. The Holy Spirit is joyful and the Word is fulfilled when you love your neighbors in the community, as well to love, in fellowship your priest, deacon, and the called believers/parishioners alike. Hearing and helping the called believers is a priest's/congregation's number one first call, for we are approaching the end time, as announced in the book of Revelations. Saint Paul says that we must all put on the armor and belt of truth in Saint Paul " that you might be able to stand firm against the tactics of the devil" (Ephesians 6:12), if we expect to be proper servants and slaves for Christ. Continuing Paul's Word, "You must gird your loins in truth, clothed with righteousness as a breastplate, and your feet shod in readiness for the Gospel of peace...and to hold faith as a shield, to quench all the flaming arrows of the evil one. And take the helmet of salvation and the sword of the Spirit, which is the Word of God" (Ephesians 14-17). More of your free time must be spent, in dedication to the holy Word in the good book. Say, father, take at least five to ten minutes daily to pray silently in the New Test. for God's mercy, so that this is ever more important to us--sincerely. And please Father, be careful of over-eating and alcohol (gluttony) of the seven deadly sins (tongue in cheek). Now for a word on the rejected sinners, the chosen in the faith, and Revelations and judgment. In 1 Peter 2:7-8, "The stone which the builders rejected has become the cornerstone, and, is a stone that will make people stumble, and a rock that will make them fall." Peter became the cornerstone of the Church as the first pope (first paragraph above). Further explanation of this is two part: Peter was and still remains the cornerstone in God's church, the first Pope. In Peter's custom, we must resist the "culture of death" that St. John Paul II spoke of (encyclical Evangelium Vitae). In the book of Jude, it states that "Behold, the Lord has come with his countless holy ones to execute judgment on all and to convict everyone for all the godless deeds they committed and for all the harsh words godless sinners have uttered against him" (Jude 1:14-15). Jude states, in my reading, that the sinful will be convicted in the damn and condemned by God's holy Word. In retrospect Revelations states the answer, "Let the wicked still act wickedly, and the filthy still be filthy. The righteous must still do right, and the holy still be holy" (Rev. 22-11). This alights to the fact that the "others" have made their chosen path in this light, which is accountable to God and renders them back to sin again. But, we must remember St. Peter's exhortation above that the stone rejected would become the cornerstone, as we continue to pray for converts to the faith and prodigal souls. I now am 38 ye old. After all, holy Saint Matthew proclaims in the greatest commandment that we must "Love the Lord God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind" (22:37). For Jesus has instructed us to "Love one another as I have loved you" (John 13:34-35). Repeat your intentions from week to week, and from month to month. Please pray for my prayer intention that parents will love their children completely with this commandment in mind. Please keep Jesus Christ' passion in your mind--His torture and suffering, death, and resurrection. The passion of God is our life and our light. We can never come close to the pain he endured in our struggles, but we learn a new lesson on humility, self-sacrifice, and owing God the preaching of the Good News. We must bring the sinners to completion in prayer before the kind and generous good job, if we are to make it in this sojourn to Peter's gate, where Paul is teaching about good works and suffering. Forgiveness. Forgiveness. After all, Acts reveals that Paul suffered jail of five years before release, writing letters and building the whole church at the same time. Yours Truly, in Peace and in the holy Eucharist, with Advent in mind (however early) John Carson,