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Devotion: A Virtuous Practice

Is it good to be virtuous because it brings good? This is a philosophical question which, could have many right answers. With that being said, it is necessary to mention that devotion, is indeed a virtue. A virtue can only be mastered by acquired habit. If we practice it daily, then we can call ourselves devoted. There are many one ways we can be devoted to the Lord as well, we just need to let the Spirit carry us on.

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