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A prayer of praise is an expression of our response to God, not only for what he does but simply because he is. In the Eucharist the whole Church joins with Jesus Christ in expressing praise and thanksgiving to the Father.
A blessing is a prayer that invokes God’s power and asks for his care for a person, place, thing, or special activity. The Bible is filled with examples of blessings—blessings on offerings to God, on individuals, on groups of people, and on ordinary actions throughout the day. Blessings help make us aware of God’s presence at every moment and in all things. They help us see the goodness available all around us and to remain close to God from whom all blessings flow. They express our own desires for God’s closeness and protection as well as God’s strength and healing.
Blessings call upon God’s love for creation. They are reminders of the goodness and holiness of what God created. We use words, symbols, and gestures to express what’s deep in our hearts.
Any person or object can be blessed. We bless our children, families, sick people, objects of prayer and worship, special occasions, people, relationships, food, buildings, work, animals, and many other situations and things. A common daily blessing is the grace before meals, in which we ask God’s blessing on our gathering, our eating, and our going forth, nourished, to do God’s will. Because we are blessed, we too can bless God and one another in thanks for God’s generous gifts to us and to the world.
Prayers of petition acknowledge our dependence on God, who is our beginning and our end. This form of prayer springs from our heart’s desire to serve God’s kingdom here and to seek the realization of the kingdom to come.
The Catechism of the Catholic Church reminds us that asking forgiveness, coupled with trusting humility, should be the first movement of a prayer of petition. Jesus tells us to bring our every need to God in his name and assures us that “whatever you ask the Father in my name he will give you.” (John 16:23) What we must remember, however, is that in addition to the asking, there should be an acknowledging of our sinfulness and need for God.
A prayer of petition is a request to God that asks him to fulfill a need. When we share in God’s saving love, we understand that through petition we can ask for God’s help with every need no matter how great or small.
Because not everyone are similar. We are different by blood, by religion, and by nationality. Everyone should their own statement because not all can be defended our controled by the government. We need to by responsible with our physical, mental, and social traits. We should not be on the side of war against our own people, but should be on the side of understanding one another to become as one family.
The Annunciation: A Child will be Born. In the city of Nazareth, in Galilee, there lived a young woman named Mary. Mary was soon to marry a carpenter named Joseph. ... Annunciation: in the New Testament, the announcement to Mary by the angel Gabriel that she would be the mother of Jesus
Yes, Biblical speaking, it is His command to spread the good news of salvation among nations and to all the people on earth. It is not necessarily you will go to other country to have your mission. Each one of us has a mission field, it could be your company you are working in, it could be in school you are studying. Anywhere, you can do your ministry. you can share the gospel to your neighbor, to your friends and to your family. Jesus Christ commanded us to do all of this things. He said in his words found in Mathew 28:19-20 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” This the promise of Jesus Christ that if do his command to preach the word of God, He will be with us to the very end of the age.
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