Thinking of all of you!

by Diana Marie Winkler on July 30, 2016

Hello everyone! Just wanted to “drop in” to say,”hello”. Things are moving along with the book. It is an experience, but one I am glad I am pursuing. I learned that the New American Bible-The Catholic Study Bible (the one I used for my verses) is copyrighted(Who knew!) so I had to do a little research about giving credit where credit is due. I can’t just say, “God gave me permission”!

As I work on the book I keep in my daily readings and find there is always something to keep me inspired and motivated. The following are a few quotes that gave me something to think about so I wanted to share with you.

“When you pray you only have to ask for two things: You should ask for the light to see the will of God and you have to ask for the courage to be able to do the will of God.”                                                      Venerable Msgr. Aloysius Schwartz

“The deeds you do may be the only sermon some people will hear today.”                                                                                                           St. Francis of Assisi

“Whenever anything disagreeable or displeasing happens to you, remember Christ crucified and be silent.”                                               St. John of the Cross

“You are rewarded not according to your work or time but according to the measure of your love.”                                                     St. Catherine of Sienna

One of the things I like about quotes like these is that it helps me put things in perspective. Also, it makes me ask myself, “Where do I need to work on certain areas of my life?”

Hope all is going well for all of you. I continue to keep you in prayer.

Remember, you are blessed by the Best!!                                                                                                                                                         Diana Marie – The Shepherd’s Daughter®

 

 

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