Those who strain in what is trifle never will get anything

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Feb 7, 2017
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Those who strain in what is trifle never will get anything:

• “The soul of the sluggard desireth, and hath nothing: but the soul of the diligent shall be made fat.” (Pro 13:4).

The people that is focus on the delights of this life can’t get even what is good for them. And if they aren’t able to work, even for themselves, how can we expect that they do something good for the others?

If we wish to help people, the first thing that we need to do is to seek in Jesus the transformation of their innermost. First, people need to love themselves. Only thus, they will perceive how precious they are and, then, will care about what is really good to them.

One of the strategies of the global elite is to make people forget who they are before the Creator and the importance of their mission here so that they focus only on the comforts and delights that the world has to offer (or apparently offers). And the worst is that this makes people start to compare themselves to the other ones as if it was their obligation to surpass them.

However, our mission is unique and it is what make us special. We only can get satisfied inside when we are diligent wherein Jesus ordained for us.

When we speak thus, the impression is that this implies in giving up the happiness. On the contrary: when we deny the concupiscence of flesh, eyes and the proud of life (1John 2). We give room in our heart for the Holy Spirit and His Church, as well as all the wonders that Jesus wishes to do in our live.

So, have a good weekend being diligent in the mercy, love, grace, heavenly wisdom and, certainly, you will eat the best of this world before the Creator