We can live with God forever in heaven? (1 Pt 1:4)
These are but a few of the mysteries of God. If you believe them, you are among the richest people on earth. We must "prove trustworthy" (1 Cor 4:2) in sharing, teaching, and ministering these mysteries to others.
Prayer: Father, may I share the precious pearl of Your kingdom (see Mt 13:46).
Promise: "But when the days come that the Groom is removed from their midst, they will surely fast in those days." —Lk 5:35
Praise: Pope St. Gregory had been a monk for fifteen years before being called to the papacy. He proved trustworthy by providing order to the Church in chaotic times.
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