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Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Count on it — God’s love is constant and it never changes - Daily Bible Reflections June 17,2014

“...your heavenly Father is perfect. – Matthew 5:48
       It was our first time in Sydney, Australia, a wonderful gift from God. But we came in the dead of winter, and although it wasn’t snowing, the temperature was close to zero. Staying outdoors was difficult when we walked in the city streets. So when we saw a huge, royal-looking building, we went in to stay warm.
       It was the Queen Victoria Building, a shopping mall and not a royal palace as it appeared to be on the outside. It was originally used for stately purposes for the Queen of England. But its purpose has changed — from royalty use to commercial use.
       In a coffee corner inside the mall, I reflected on this issue called change. They say that the only thing permanent in life is change. But even change changes. Then wisdom came to me. There is something that’s truly permanent in this world: God’s love. That thought warmed my heart more than the coffee.
       Count on it — God’s love is constant and it never changes! Rolly España (rolly@homeliving.com.ph)
Reflection: Lord, thank You for the wisdom in the thought that You created me so that You can love me. Your love has never changed or wavered.
Jesus, everywhere I turn You are there pursuing me with all Your love. You are my Good Shepherd.
St. Joseph Cafasso, pray for us.

1 comment:


    After Jesus was resurrected from the grave by the Father, He spoke of salvation twice to His disciples.

    1.Jesus said: Mark 16:16 "He who believes and is baptized shall be saved; but he who does not believe will be condemned.

    2. Jesus said: Luke 24:47-49 "And that repentance and remission of sins should be preached in His name to all the nations, beginning at Jerusalem.........

    The apostle Peter preached Jesus and he preached repentance and water baptism for the remission of sins beginning at Jerusalem, on the Day of Pentecost. (Acts 2:22-38)

    The New Covenant terms for pardon were very clear. A. Faith in Jesus. B. Repentance (making the commitment to turn from sin and unbelief and turn toward God. And C. Be baptized in water.

    Jesus said it, "He who believes and is baptized shall be saved."


    1. He not did say be saved like the thief on the cross.

    2. Jesus did not say be saved like Moses.

    3. He did not say be saved like the woman who loved much.

    4. Jesus did not say be saved like Enoch.

    5. Jesus did not say be saved like Elijah.

    6. He did not say be saved like the paralytic.

    7. Jesus did not say be saved like Abraham.

    8. He did not say to be saved like Noah.

    Men today are to be saved like the three thousand who were saved on the Day of Pentecost. (Acts 2:22-41,....40... "Be saved from this perverse generation." 41 The those who gladly received his word were baptized; and that day about three thousand souls were added to them.) The apostle Peter followed the instructions of Jesus.

    (Scripture from: NKJV)
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