...the more we are in the light, doing good works of mercy-corporal or spiritual-the more we become more like Jesus. But we know that, already, right? Do we, now? Have we greeted Jesus in prayer this morning when we awoke; asked Him how He felt throughout the day; acknowledged Him by saying "hello" to someone; have we thought, said, or did something kind for someone; did we thank Him for giving us another day to enjoy; have we ever thanked Him for creating us and sustaining us; have we ever looked in the mirror and said we see a miracle? Ah, if only there was more time in the day! Perhaps we are rationalizing to the point of leading ourselves into darkness? What is it we fear that we have to live in darkness so much? Could it be the bright, shining, warm light at the end of the tunnel? For those of us who don't try to live in the light: You won't have to worry about being blinded or scorched by the bright, shining, warm light at the end of the tunnel!!! Michael J. Lorenzo is an ordained permanent deacon, now inactive, in the Roman Catholic Christian Church. He was instructed by some of the foremost exegetes and theologians in the United States and around the world. He is currently writing a novel and a book of inspirational short stories. Michael now lives in NJ with his wife after spending two mind-expanding years in Brazil. He has one daughter who lives in upstate NY.
Michael J. Lorenzo, Paperback, ISBN 10: 1598587129, ISBN 13: 9781598587128