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Event of: 12/01/2020
Theme: “What shall I return to the lord for all his goodness to me ?” [ Psaumes 116,12 ]
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"Psalm 116:12 is the theme chosen by the Catholic Apostolate of Evangelization,  Sacerdoce Royal  on this second Sunday of January 2020, where Mother Church invites us to celebrate the Baptism of Christ.

 The honor has fallen to the Shepherdess Pierre Marie Esther to lead this moment. After times of intercession and praise, the Shepherd Paul Elie intervened to give his exhortation on the importance of faith in Jesus Christ for the Christian.

The Shepherdess Marie de l'Eucharistie  intervened to teach the people of God.

The Shepherdess, in a brief summary of last Sunday, recalled in these terms: "the possession of the year and the decade requires to have the truth as a helmet, to wear the helmet of salvation and to act with the sword of the Holy Spirit. »

In her teaching, she made it known that the dynamics of fulfillment are important for the Christian. Joshua experienced failure before he experienced success. This means that success is the result of a process.

Building on the passage from Joshua 1:1-9, the speaker highlighted three fundamental steps in this process.

The first is the step of Joshua, as a faithful soldier who was keen to carry out the instructions of Moses. We are like Joshua, authentic soldiers because we live in times of youth, we do the exercises that the Moderator gives us. We are, so to speak, under the dome of the Moderator, just as Joshua expected the solution to come from the man of God. But we have to pass the Jordan, that is to say, we have to go to another stage, that of responsibility and personal construction. This is the step to become a leader, to make a crossing by letting go of our fears. 

The second stage is that of movement. It is in fact about moving from the status of the assisted to that of a leader, from the status of a soldier to that of a general. It is an inner transition that requires a state of mind that goes beyond emotions. It requires maturity. Courage and strength are necessary because they allow us to go beyond emotions, to transcend the difficulties of our daily realities.

The third concerns the weapons to be developed in order to stand firmly and courageously in the face of the adversities that prevent or slow down the crossing of the Jordan River.

The two weapons or attitudes that the Lord recommends to us are taken from Ephesians 6:16-17, namely the mentality of salvation and the sword of the Spirit. The salvation mentality is the mentality of the redeemed, the mentality of a person for whom Jesus gave his life and tore up the act of condemnation by his blood shed on the Cross. It is, therefore, the mentality of a person of faith and trust in the promise of God whatever the situation experienced.   As for the sword of the spirit, which is the Word of God, it keeps us on course by making us look to God and the Truth of his promises.

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