Praying To Win with Pope Saint John XXIII and Pope Saint John Paul II

Posted by admin on April 27, 2014

Praying to win day in,day out. Start your prayers today, after all according to Pope Saint John Paul II,” The future, starts today, not tomorrow.” This means we should get on with our plans now. We cannot afford to spend most of our days planning for the things we shall start tomorrow. Let us remember that today, was tomorrow, yesterday.In order to win the battles that are part of our daily lives, we have to consistently pray through the moments that make up our daily lives. Don’t for tomorrow, start now!

Try to ask God to help you throughout the day. You have to start with your thoughts. If you do not guard your thoughts, it may end up misleading. Of course, you cannot always determine or control what spontaneous though s will come to your mind, but you can pray to God to help modify them, remove them or where appropriate act on them.Remember that your thoughts can influence your emotions and behavior.

Even if you are going through times do not despair. Pope Saint John Paul II , said,w ¬†“Do not abandon yourselves to despair.We are the Easter people and Hallelujah is our song.” This means we ¬†have to uplift ourselves everyday through prayers instead of our negative thoughts or daily annoyances or problems to dominate our lives.

According to Pope Saint John XXIII, “Consult not your fears but your hopes and dreams. Think not about your frustrations, but about your unfulfilled potential.Concern yourself not with what you tried and failed in , but with what is still possible for you to do.” While it is possible for you for us to learn from our mistakes, we look on to future knowing that with God nothing is impossible for us to do.

Unless we learn to pray to win throughout the activities that make up our days, we find ourselves focusing too much on our failures and our inadequacies. Don’t try to reason with the devil, he is too smart for you. Instead present to God, your thoughts, your fears and your hopes nd ask Him to bless you and give the fortitude to try to do the will of God.

 

 

 

One Comment

  • Afambobo says:

    Am glad to be here. I pray that as I begin to recite the chaplet of Holy Eucharist(thank you Jesus), that I am already a winner in Christ Jesus AMEN.

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