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Praise the Lord

Another day is here, we didn't ask for it to be possible; yet, it is. We have food on the table that some people wish they had, we have a roof that keeps us warm whereas others, don't. These are blessings of the Lord, love being spread immeasurably. That is just Who He is, a generous Father. Praise the Lord for He is Good and Merciful give Thanks to the Father of the Heavens for He is Saint. In these cold nights, we need to be reminded to practice the corporeal acts of mercy. We receive so we can give, that is a loving act. We cannot be true disciples if we do not have mercy, mercy is—justice—to the poor.

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