Evening Meditations for Saturday – Third Week After Easter ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

David placed all his hope of salvation in his future Redeemer, and said: Into thy hands, 0 Lord, I commend my spirit; Thou hast redeemed me, 0 Lord, the God of truth-(Ps. xxx. 6). But how much more ought we to place our confidence in Jesus Christ, now that He has come and has accomplished the work of Redemption! Hence each one of us should say, and repeat again and again with greater confidence: Into thy hands, 0 Lord, I commend my spirit; thou hast redeemed me, 0 Lord, the God of truth.

Spiritual Reading for Saturday – Third Week After Easter ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

In the Second Book of Kings-(2 Kings xiv. 5), we read that a wise woman of Thecua addressed King
David this wise : My lord, I had two sons, and for my misfortune one killed the other; so
that I have now lost one and justice demands the other, the only one that is left; take compassion
on a poor mother, and let me not thus be deprived of both.

Morning Meditations for Saturday – Third Week After Easter ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

He who causeth a sinner to be converted from the error of his way shall save his soul from death
and shall cover a multitude of sins-(James v. 20). Would it not be cruelty in him who would see a
blind man walking over a precipice and not admonish him of his danger and thus rescue him from
temporal death ? But it would be still greater cruelty to neglect, when able, to deliver a neigh­
bour from eternal death.

Evening Meditations for Friday – Third Week After Easter ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

David placed all his hope of salvation in his future Redeemer, and said: Into thy hands, 0 Lord, I commend my spirit; Thou hast redeemed me, 0 Lord, the God of truth-(Ps. xxx. 6). But how much more ought we to place our confidence in Jesus Christ, now that He has come and has accomplished the work of Redemption! Hence each one of us should say, and repeat again and again with greater confidence: Into thy hands, 0 Lord, I commend my spirit; thou hast redeemed me, 0 Lord, the God of truth.

Spiritual Reading for Friday – Third Week After Easter ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

In the Second Book of Kings-(2 Kings xiv. 5), we read that a wise woman of Thecua addressed King
David this wise : My lord, I had two sons, and for my misfortune one killed the other; so
that I have now lost one and justice demands the other, the only one that is left; take compassion
on a poor mother, and let me not thus be deprived of both.

Morning Meditations for Friday – Third Week After Easter ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

He who causeth a sinner to be converted from the error of his way shall save his soul from death
and shall cover a multitude of sins-(James v. 20). Would it not be cruelty in him who would see a
blind man walking over a precipice and not admonish him of his danger and thus rescue him from
temporal death ? But it would be still greater cruelty to neglect, when able, to deliver a neigh­
bour from eternal death.

Evening Meditations for Thursday – Third Week After Easter ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

David placed all his hope of salvation in his future Redeemer, and said: Into thy hands, 0 Lord, I commend my spirit; Thou hast redeemed me, 0 Lord, the God of truth-(Ps. xxx. 6). But how much more ought we to place our confidence in Jesus Christ, now that He has come and has accomplished the work of Redemption! Hence each one of us should say, and repeat again and again with greater confidence: Into thy hands, 0 Lord, I commend my spirit; thou hast redeemed me, 0 Lord, the God of truth.

Spiritual Reading for Thursday – Third Week After Easter ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

In the Second Book of Kings-(2 Kings xiv. 5), we read that a wise woman of Thecua addressed King
David this wise : My lord, I had two sons, and for my misfortune one killed the other; so
that I have now lost one and justice demands the other, the only one that is left; take compassion
on a poor mother, and let me not thus be deprived of both.

Morning Meditations for Thursday – Third Week After Easter ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

He who causeth a sinner to be converted from the error of his way shall save his soul from death
and shall cover a multitude of sins-(James v. 20). Would it not be cruelty in him who would see a
blind man walking over a precipice and not admonish him of his danger and thus rescue him from
temporal death ? But it would be still greater cruelty to neglect, when able, to deliver a neigh­
bour from eternal death.

Evening Meditations for Wednesday – Third Week After Easter ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

David placed all his hope of salvation in his future Redeemer, and said: Into thy hands, 0 Lord, I commend my spirit; Thou hast redeemed me, 0 Lord, the God of truth-(Ps. xxx. 6). But how much more ought we to place our confidence in Jesus Christ, now that He has come and has accomplished the work of Redemption! Hence each one of us should say, and repeat again and again with greater confidence: Into thy hands, 0 Lord, I commend my spirit; thou hast redeemed me, 0 Lord, the God of truth.

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