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Greatly have we enriched it

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Our belief in God's actions among us should motivate us to be faithful. Our experience of His love should inspire us to be a generous and loving people.

GREATLY HAVE YOU ENRICHED IT
 
Our belief in God's actions among us should motivate us to be faithful. Our experience of His love should inspire us to be a generous and loving people.   
Deacon John Ruscheinsky
 
God-lovers lay their lives on the line for what they believe. The prophet Elijah put it all on the line, promising things only God could deliver. During a long drought he tells the king he hears the sound of heavy rains falling. But what he surely hears is his own heart beating hard and fast, hoping the rain clouds are really on their way! At first there's nothing. But Elijah remains firm. We, too, need to believe in the God of the "seen and unseen," as we pray in our creed.
 
In our Responsorial Psalm we acclaim: You have visited the land and watered it; greatly have you enriched it. God's watercourses are filled; You have prepared the grain (Ps 65:10). We rejoice in the rain; it makes the earth fertile, the fields green, and the air clean and fresh. We have in the rain a guarantee that the fruits of the earth will be there for our needs. The rain also renews the farmer's faith that our heavenly Father will keep His word and give food for us and the animals, - so we will all be cared for, in His Divine providence.
 
We have signs of God's power around us. All the forces of nature operate, not by accident, but by the wonderful design of God. It is He who maintains the marvelous balance of nature by which we survive and who keeps constant the laws of the universe upon which we depend. God uses His almighty power out of love for us.
 
Points to Pray and Ponder: Our belief in God's actions among us should motivate us to be faithful. May our hearts be open to believe without counting the cost.
 
 
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