From a Creighton Student's Perspective
February 19, 2011
Senior, Psychology Major, Biology Minor
In the same way, today let us be challenged to strive to praise God, no matter how visible he is in our lives. At times we will experience a divine intervention, or a miracle: some clear indication that he is evident and present. Yet, there will be times when we feel like we are alone in our lives; faith will require us to step out of our comfort zone and to accept that God loves us and that he is there, even when we don’t want to believe those things. When we challenge our faith, we allow it to grow and we are able to strengthen our spiritual bodies. When we can strengthen our spiritual bodies, it will allow us to truly enjoy God.
A pastor who has greatly influenced me once said, “Do less, and enjoy God more.” I want live those words of advice and remember that faith does not come from seeing what the physical world can offer, but that it first comes from the heart. May today bring peace and blessings to you all.
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