Truthfully what I think has turned things around is that I started a 30 Rosary novena. Sometimes you just have to pull out the big guns as Padre Pio used to say. It was definitely starting to look like working with squirt guns was not going to fight the enemy.
Tuesday I went to Bible study at Oakville and it was a great session. I decided it’s time to be a bit more bold with my faith. Not just for other people’s sake but for my own. When I am wishy-washy with living and walking with Jesus I become dull and apathetic. When I decide it’s time to be gung-ho and let’s go! Life gets much more exciting.
On Wednesday I went to a meeting at St. Mary’s with a small group of women who are planning our next Women’s Faith event. It will be just an evening of sharing and getting to know each other. Our last one was such a success that we are hoping it will continue to grow and be an ongoing thing.
Hope you have a wonderful day and if things are going topsy-turvy remember . . . Prayer Changes Things!