Most say sainthood is not for me. That is the suggestion of the enemy.
Satan wants to keep us oppressed, unaware of our capabilities with God.
If it be God’s will and the only way to Heaven why not fulfill sanctity?
On the other hand the Devil wants us to avoid it to suffer purgatory or Hell.
Do we comply with God’s will to be a Saint or side with Satan and not be?
St John Bosco claims that only three things are required to be a saint.
We must be responsible, joyful and do good to others.
Diligent in our service to others, self care our duties and mostly in prayer.
Prioritize doing the right thing even if it takes sacrifice.
To be at peace and focus on the bright side; trusting God in all things.
Joyful knowing His love for us and sweet surrender to God’s providence.
Let the simpleness of life excite for God is in everything we experience
Bank on gratitude as a driving force to get us through the storm.
Don’t miss out an opportunity to be generous even when without.
Feels better to give than receive. Christ provides no need to doubt.
Include at least one kind gesture or act in our daily routine.
Be that lending ear to those in need and their saving grace.
Lead them to peace that they should come to Know God’s embrace.
Love each other as God has done for us, forgiving always.
Guide others, teach our kids, reach out to the lost and strengthen the vulnerable
Not to settle for mediocracy; “be perfect as our Heavenly Father is”, Christ said.
By praying daily that God helps us to become a saint so we can unite.
To rise on His wings, fall on our knees with faith, given genuine sight.
Much love and God bless,