FAST AND PRAY, THAT YOU MAY NOT ENTER INTO TEMPTATION

One of the ways to approach the Sacred is to follow a daily routine. Some people call it a habit. Do this every day for 30 days. If you are unable to do so, you might want to consider if your spirituality needs to go to the gym.  What follows is my exercise to move from self to God. I recommend the following practices every day.

DAILY INTENTIONS

Place this aide on your mirror. When you wake up, offer everything you do today as glory to the Father and for the grace to do God’s will, through Our Lord, Jesus Christ.

Monday: In reparation for my sins and those of the Church, those on my prayer list

Tuesday: For all family, friends, teachers, classmates from St. Meinrad Seminary, those on my prayer list

Wednesday: In honor of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Immaculate Heart of Mary, and St. Joseph, those on my prayer list

Thursday: For all Lay Cistercians, Monks of Holy Spirit Monastery, Monks of St.Meinrad Archabbey, priests and religious of Diocese of Evansville, Monks of Norcica, Italy and  those on my prayer list

Friday: For an increase in grace to love God with all my heart, all my soul, all my mind and my neighbor as myself.

Saturday: For all deceased, an increase in my faith through the Holy Spirit and for those on my prayer list.

Sunday: To give praise, honor and glory to the Father through the Son by means of the Holy Spirit, the God who is, was, and is to come at the end of the ages

READ CHAPTER 4 OF THE RULE OF  ST. BENEDICT

One way to not enter into temptation is to put yourself in the presence of God and wait.  Reading the Tool of Good Works, Chapter 4 of the Rule of St. Benedict helps me to set before my mind what I need to become to love Christ as He loves us.

Every day!

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