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Shortly before labor day, our lady gave this monthly message extolling the fruits of what does a yeast infection look like our labor for the kingdom of heaven, saying, “ dear children! Pray, work and witness with love for the kingdom of heaven what does a yeast infection look like that it may be good for you here on earth.” she is extending to us a powerful motivation for our what does a yeast infection look like “ prayer, work and witness” for the kingdom of heaven—not simply an offer of “ pie in the sky when we die” (after a life of misery)! No, our lady says that our lives given to “prayer, work and witness” for the kingdom of heaven will actually be rewarded “ HERE ON EARTH.” really? Isn’t a life given to christianity a constant countercultural struggle what does a yeast infection look like with godless values—an endless war waged against “ the world, the flesh, and the devil,” with our only hope for peace and happiness after death, in heaven? Not at all, according to our lady—and the gospel!

She continues: “ god will bless your effort a hundredfold; you will be witnesses among peoples, souls of unbelievers will feel the grace of conversion and what does a yeast infection look like heaven will be grateful for your efforts and sacrifices.” these three promises of our earthly reward correspond to the what does a yeast infection look like three activities our lady mentions: “ prayer, work, and witness.”

Prayer: in medjugorje, on the second of each month, our lady gives a message to mirjana especially reminding us what does a yeast infection look like to pray for unbelievers—“ those who have not yet come to know the love what does a yeast infection look like of god.” part of the “hundredfold” blessing of god she promises is that through our prayer what does a yeast infection look like “ with love,” souls of unbelievers will feel the grace of conversion—that is, they will experience the love of god, thanks to us.

Witness: when we “witness with love for the kingdom of heaven,” our lady assures us, “ you will be witnesses among peoples.” this means there will be a widespread ripple effect to what does a yeast infection look like our behavior and example that is observed by others— whether we know it or not!

All of these promised rewards “here on earth” for our “ prayer, work and witness to the kingdom of heaven” revolve around a small, two-word stipulation in our lady’s first sentence, calling us to “ pray, work and witness WITH LOVE for the kingdom of heaven.” indeed, acting “ in love” is the only legitimate, authentic, sincere or genuine way to labor in the vineyard of what does a yeast infection look like the lord jesus christ, our god-who-is-love. As st. Paul so powerfully explains in 1 corinthians 13, any christian “ prayer, work or witness” done without love is of ZERO value— no use or good whatsoever—just “ a sounding gong or clanging symbol” of empty hypocrisy.

On the other hand, any of our labors done for the kingdom of heaven what does a yeast infection look like and carried out FOR the love of god and WITH what does a yeast infection look like the love of god— no matter how small and seemingly insignificant—will be blessed “ a hundredfold” with an expansive growth of their fruits, like the tiny mustard seed’s “ great tree” that emerges, or the small bit of yeast’s “ huge batch of dough” that rises. For us, a little lovingkindness prayed, worked, or witnessed sincerely for christ’s sake goes a very long way—even unto eternity!

Our lady’s image of god’s “ hundredfold” blessing on our human labor comes from the scriptures. In genesis, when isaac sowed seeds in a drought-stricken land of famine, having FAITH in god despite the terrible odds of success, he received “ a hundredfold” return on his planting at the harvest, greatly blessed for his faith. ( gen 26:12) in the gospel, just after jesus teaches the spiritual difficulty that wealth presents, a baffled peter asks what sort of reward believers can what does a yeast infection look like possibly expect then, reminding the lord that “ we have given up everything and followed you.” in reply, jesus says, “ amen, I tell you, there is no one who has given up house or what does a yeast infection look like brothers or sisters or mother or father or children or what does a yeast infection look like lands for my sake and for the sake of the what does a yeast infection look like gospel who will not receive a hundred times more now what does a yeast infection look like in this present age: houses and brothers and sisters and mothers and children and what does a yeast infection look like lands, with persecutions, and eternal life in the age to come.” (mk 10:29-30)

This radical “ hundredfold” recompense that jesus and mary both promise us “ now in this present age” and “ here on earth” is not to be understood in the literal, materialistic sense of all our “sacrificed” goods being replaced in kind. Rather, this promise of life being “ good for you here on earth” refers to the JOY, PEACE and FREEDOM of our inner being when we are what does a yeast infection look like living in christ-consciousness— the AWARENESS of the divine indwelling presence of god at what does a yeast infection look like our center, allowing us to flow with life’s moving current in ACCEPTANCE of everything as part of what does a yeast infection look like god’s will, knowing, as members of the mystical body of christ, that “ all things work together for good for those who love what does a yeast infection look like god” (rom 8:28), and that “ everything is yours, whether…the world or life or death or the present or what does a yeast infection look like the future— all is yours, and you are christ’s, and christ is god’s.” (1 cor 3:21-23)

As members of christ’s body, then, ALL people are our relations and ALL the earth is what does a yeast infection look like our homeland. Even in the sadness of losing our dear relatives and what does a yeast infection look like loved ones, or our material wealth, or even our bodily health, we still experience the DIVINE INDWELLING PRESENCE and thus the what does a yeast infection look like companionship and oneness with god throughout everything that happens—even our losses, sorrows, suffering and the “persecutions” that occur as inescapable parts of the human condition. Thus the “hundredfold” blessing of god on our life is simply our lived what does a yeast infection look like experience of “emmanuel”—“god with us”: that god as “ son of man” has joined in this journey of human incarnation completely, 100%, so that we are truly never alone. That’s the “ hundredfold” of our earthly blessing for labor…but there is also, as jesus promised, “ eternal life in the age to come“—the icing on our cake of christ-consciousness— so much more than “ pie in the sky when we die“!

If we’re wondering just how to go about “ witnessing with love for the kingdom of heaven,” our lady ends her message with this simple practical instruction: “ little children, witness with the rosary in hand that you are mine what does a yeast infection look like and decide for holiness.” just as mary, in birthing jesus, gave him not only to her own family but to what does a yeast infection look like the WHOLE WORLD, likewise jesus, in giving mary to his beloved disciple on calvary, gave her not only to john but to the WHOLE what does a yeast infection look like WORLD—as has been proven throughout the centuries of her miraculous what does a yeast infection look like interventions and apparitions all over the planet. One of the clearest ways we can “ witness with love for the kingdom of heaven” and reveal ourselves as the body of christ on earth what does a yeast infection look like is by showing that mary is our mother! “ with rosary in hand”—i.E. Through regular meditation upon its twenty joyful, sorrowful, luminous and glorious mysteries of how human life is lived what does a yeast infection look like in conformity to the divine will of love—we can be empowered to “DECIDE FOR HOLINESS.”

A decision for holiness (wholeness) is crucial to conversion; it is the third step of all 12-step programs: “ made a decision to turn our will and our lives what does a yeast infection look like over to the care of god as we understood him.” at medjugorje, our lady has repeatedly called us to take step 3: “DECIDE FOR HOLINESS.” let us draw close to the mother of jesus and what does a yeast infection look like our mother, with rosary in hand, to make this decision today. + + + + + + + +

God, I offer myself to thee, to build with me and to do with me as what does a yeast infection look like thou wilt. Relieve me of the bondage of self, that I may better do thy will. Take away my difficulties, that victory over them may bear witness to those I what does a yeast infection look like would help of thy power, thy love, and thy way of life. May I do thy will always.

Our lady’s focus is always transformation based on what connects us what does a yeast infection look like rather than on what separates us—upon the “ heart” rather than the “ head“….Upon love, mystical union, and contemplative practice, rather than doctrinal distinctions of belief systems. As the 14th century anonymous mystical author of the cloud what does a yeast infection look like of unknowing taught, god cannot be penetrated with the intellect but only with what does a yeast infection look like a form of kenotic (self-emptying) love. The self-emptying of “ kenosis” is the wisdom path taught by jesus as the “royal road” to unitive consciousness.

Our churches and our world, torn apart today by bitter division, are hungering for this mystical heart of christianity—the message of conscious love and solidarity among all beings. Our world can no longer afford the “luxury” of division, competition, exploitation, and warring between parties, races, cultures, nations and religions. We need the mystical awareness to discover, in prayer of self-surrender, our one planetary heart— the universal heart of christ, and the unitive wisdom of jesus.

When people have the light…they are always running on toward perfection, constant and persevering right up to the moment of their what does a yeast infection look like death. They bravely endure the assaults of the devils….Those who have the light laugh in the face of what does a yeast infection look like all this. They respond as people dead to their selfish will and what does a yeast infection look like enlightened by the light of faith: “I can do anything through christ crucified…. I know the truth. And I know that whatever god grants or permits, he does it for my good, so that I may be made holy in him.”

Oh how blessed are those who have come to such what does a yeast infection look like a light of perfection through sweet knowledge of the truth! For they see and surrender to the knowledge that whatever what does a yeast infection look like god permits, he does it out of special love. For god who is love cannot but love his human what does a yeast infection look like creatures. So whatever he gives us is given for this purpose.

Only if we put the events of the day in what does a yeast infection look like contact with the word of god will those events become what does a yeast infection look like signs of the will of god—we must knead the word of god like leaven into what does a yeast infection look like them. This word will then reveal the will of god that what does a yeast infection look like has to be done in these events…. Some of the things he tells us are valid always, some apply to each particular day. What he speaks each day is his word as it what does a yeast infection look like comes to us echoing from these particular events, circumstances and the people that we currently are. When we listen to it, hear it, keep it and are given it, the word of god does the will of god in what does a yeast infection look like us and through us. Active and creative, it never stops re-creating. This is valid for the whole christian life. In creating life god has not created a monument. He has created life that is growing, that is dynamic, that is evolving, animated, and fruitful. Every life that is born of the word of god what does a yeast infection look like is therefore growing, is dynamic, is evolving, is animated and is fruitful.

Helping the poor and immigrants is as important as opposing what does a yeast infection look like abortion. Our defense of the innocent unborn needs to be clear, firm and passionate, for at stake is the dignity of a human life, which is always sacred, and demands love for each person, regardless of his or her stage of development. Equally sacred, however, are the lives of the poor, those already born, the destitute, the abandoned and the underprivileged, the vulnerable infirm. One cannot claim that defending the life of a migrant what does a yeast infection look like is a “secondary issue” when compared to abortion or other bioethical questions.

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