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Catholic Seymour the Convert

by Donald
(Fort Worth, Texas)

Jesus shows us in holy writ how tender he was with His disciples. He being the teacher was true to the end. Could you not pray with me 1 hour? (I want to teach you something about overcoming prayer and carrying your cross. I want you to know how to draw on your Father’s strength in your hour of need.) Italics added by myself.

It was not that Jesus needed their solace in His agony He wanted them to find solace in His death that they might not lose faith. His passion would one day soon become theirs for the life of the world. Peter who was about to deny Him would come to love Him more than his own life and he too would lay down his life for the lambs entrusted to him. Few of us at the beginning of our journey love Jesus with all our hearts. But through prayer and meditation we grow in our love and everything that is not of Christ is pushed out of our hearts and we love Him because He first loved us.

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