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Jul 11, 2022

We can often feel that we exist in a silo, that our lives lack impact, that what we do on a daily basis is unimportant. We convince ourselves that miracles and unforeseen events happen to others, not us. Not true! With the power of God, St. Paul healed a man who was crippled at birth. Which reminds us that miracles take place in God’s time, not ours. With faith in the Lord, it is never too late for us and those for whom we pray to be healed, changed and transformed. In addition, remember that, like St. Paul, the Lord will use you and your compassion, kindness and generosity to work miracles in the lives of others, so they can walk in the newness of life of our Risen Lord, the new life he offers us each day.