The Still, Small Voice

A quiet voice WEB-1

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5 Responses to The Still, Small Voice

  1. toadspittle says:

    God was not in the wind, or the fire or the earthquake.
    …But isn’t He everywhere?
    (or so I was told, when small.)


  2. Tom Fisher says:

    I love this cartoon! ūüôā


  3. Frere Rabit says:

    Amazing what you find on Catholic blogs when we’re in the advanced stages of Armaggedon. Truly not relevant. Oh well, cup of coffee and back into the fight.


  4. toadspittle says:

    Surely we can spare a moment or two – from getting our heads cut off by Islamist lunatics, and brooding on whether or not the NO is a heresy – to have a gentle, irrelevant, smile, Rabit?


  5. kathleen says:

    @ Frere Rabit

    “Truly not relevant”

    WHAT ???
    Are you really serious FR?
    Or perhaps you’re just referring to the amusing cartoon depiction of the underlying message?

    I would say it is the most relevant and vital truth to be aware of just now (that you quite rightly call, Armaggedon): that Our Blessed Lord is with us ALWAYS, both in His Sacramental Presence on the altar (^), and within every member of His Holy Church, wherever we may be (Matt 28:20). Prayers of petition at Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament strengthen faith and can bring enormous graces upon those who are undergoing such horrific persecution at this time, like our Iraqi and Syrian brothers and sisters.

    We should not underestimate the power of prayer! This intimate, quiet, “raising the mind and heart to God” amidst the busyness of our lives, or, perhaps, most especially at such times of crisis with the world in turmoil around us (e.g. ‘wind’, ‘fire’, earthquake’), is when we have most need of God and “the better part”.


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