Msgr Pope ping
Does Christ have authority over your life? How do you answer these questions. Can you answer each one honestly?
1.How do we use our time?
2.Are we committed to pray and be at Mass every Sunday without fail?
3.Do we use enough of our time to serve God and others or merely for selfish pursuits?
4.What of our capacity to talk?
5.Do we use our gift of speech to witness, to evangelize, or merely for small talk and gossip?
6.What of our money?
7.Are we faithful to the Lords command to tithe? (Mal 3:7-12; Matt 23:23).
8.Are we generous enough to the poor and needy?
9.Do we spend wisely or foolishly?
10.Do we pay our debts in a timely way?
11.What of our bodies?
12.Do we exhibit proper care and nutrition of them?
13.Are we chaste?
14.Do we observe proper safety or are we reckless and unsafe?
15.Do we reverence life?
16.Do we love the poor and help sustain their lives?
I would add one more
17.Are you an advocate for life, visiting the sick and dying, praying for those seeking abortions, not being condescending to the elderly, taking Communion to those in nursing homes?
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