Evening Meditations for The Epiphany of Our Lord ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

How thankful should we not be to Almighty God for having caused us to be born after the great work of man’s redemption was accomplished! This is what is meant by the fulness of time, a time blessed by the fulness of grace, which Jesus Christ obtained for us by coming into the world. Miserable should we have been if, guilty as we are of manifold sins, we had lived on this earth before the coming of Jesus Christ.

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