Do you know what the devil fears?
He fears the cross.Because Jesus defeated him on the cross.And similarly he's afraid of people who in suffering too remain faithful and pray and not curse God.He cannot bear such faith.Jesus says-Whoever does not carry their cross and follow me is not worthy of me.(Luke 14:27)
Our biggest weapon against him is love.Another weapon is Joy.The devil cannot bear joy.On the other hand,his weapon is despair and through it hopelessness.He fills the hearts of the people he preys on with severe hatred for others and themselves.So they can't accept or believe.
Saint Bonaventure said-Men do not fear a powerful hostile army as the forces of hell fear the name and protection of Mary.We can call on our lady of perpetual help in all our trials and temptations.Since we are most loved by a mother,Jesus gave us his own.This is the rosary prayer.
Prayer:Hail Mary full of Grace,the Lord is with you,blessed are you amongst women and blessed is the fruit of thy womb Jesus.
Holy Mary,Mother of God pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death.Amen.
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Time to move on!
If the NFC Championship game this past weekend taught me nothing else, it taught me that no matter how you practice, execute, drive and work your plan, there is always someone or something that just won't let you be great. "Human error" can be a son of a gun; but you can't wallow in the pain and anger forever. At sometime, you gotta make the choice to learn what you can from the situation, move forward and move on.
It's called resilience. When things go wrong, and they definitely went wrong in that game, our choices of how to deal with the wrong make us who we are and I am proud to say as a Saints fan, that our Saints football players, coaching staff and front office operated with class and dignity when handed such an egregious lack of professionalism from the NFL. Our city and our team is like no other and we will bounce back, better than ever as a result of it. New Orleans is a city full of resilient people and we won't be stopped. Don't believe me? Watch how we celebrate this team and the relationships of this city during this Mardi Gras season.
Yes, the situation still hurts and will hurt for a while but relief is coming. Growth is coming. Reshaping is happening. Resilience is in effect. We can bounce back from this setback and most any other negative situation if we allow the learning, growth and healing to take place; and we will. I will. Will you?
After a disappointing end to the 2018-19 Campaign, it’s time for my annual awards given out to players performances during the season. Next Up, we have Most Underrated Player on the #Saints.
This pick is probably a little unordinary, but in my opinion it is well deserved. Zach Line went mostly unnoticed and unrecognized when people discussed the success of the Saints Run game. Line made multiple key blocks throughout the season to provide huge holes for Alvin and Mark and gave the Saints momentum with these game changing blocks. Zach also accounted for 2 TDs this season, both receiving, and one coming on a huge 4th and Goal versus Atlanta back in Week 3. Personally, my favorite block from him was back in Week 4 in New York where he challenged DT B.J. Hill at the LOS which ends up giving Alvin a free hole to run through and no Edge defenders in his radius being able to get a hand on him. The 49 Yard Dagger ended up sealing the Win for the Saints and improved their record to 3-1.
Do you guys agree with me on this? If not, who’s the most Underrated Player on the Team. I also linked a video in my bio to some of Line’s best blocks of the whole season.
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Mom wanted to watch football. I wanted a pet. Guess who won. ME @absolutelydottie after all the officials blow the call and the Saints didn’t win. Booooo