Saturday, February 16, 2013

Trust

                                                 Head faith = believing in God


                                         
                                                    Heart faith = believing God
                                                            ~~~~~~~~~~~~~

                  
                          By love can God be got and held, by thought and knowledge never 
                                                (From The Cloud of Unknowing)

12 comments:

  1. YEP tried that and it did not work- we live to try and control God and put Him in a box but He simply does not fit

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  2. So true! The more we get to know Him the less we realize we know!

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  3. Amen to that! I love the writings from that little book~so full of practical wisdom.

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  4. Hi Karin,
    It is a gem, isn't it?

    Thanks for the tips on your blog - I'll start signing out :)

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  5. Simple but true. Thank you for this reminder Mary.

    God bless you and yours.

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  6. Hi Victor,
    Thanks for visiting and God bless you too!

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  7. Love that quote Mary. Thanks! and as for trust - seems to be on everyone's mind these days!
    God bless!

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  8. Gosh, there's so much to think about in this little post! A bit like how just the name of Jesus can stir such love and emotion.

    God bless, Mary:-)

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  9. Hi Mary,
    I have started writing to Fr. Gordon MacRae. His last letter included a printout of your blogs from Aug.2011 which he saw for the first time last week. I didn't want to look too closely at first to Father's case either. But after reading www.ncrj.org I was convinced of the terrible wrong done to this man. It was good to read that another NH Catholic sees this too. I fear we are few and far between. God Bless you Mary

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  10. Hi everyone! I'm sorry I didn't moderate your comments earlier - my computer is giving me a hard time and I had to restore the system :(

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  11. Hi Anonymous,
    Thanks for commenting - it was nice to hear that a fellow Catholic in NH is concerned about this injustice. I wish more Catholics would look into Father MacRae's case more deeply. God bless you too :)

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