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    Rediscover the Saints - Beast Lent Ever

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    This year’s BEST LENT EVER content is drawn from Matthew Kelly’s new book: Rediscover the Saints.

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    We live in a restless world, and God invites us to peace, to calm, to quiet. And one of the lessons I really want us to drill down on over the next forty days is how do we learn to rest with God.

    The question that I raise in the chapter about Walter in the book—about Walter, my son, and about St. Walter—is have you ever allowed yourself to rest in God's love?

    And sometimes when I feel alone or when I feel lost or I feel uncertain and I wonder where God is and everything, it makes all the difference in the world to look at that box and just have a reminder that God has never abandoned me my whole life and that he's not going to abandon me now.

    What is the one thing you could do this Lent that would have not just a little, incremental shift in your life and your spirituality. What would be a game-changer for your life and your spirituality?

    Transcript (Español)

    Vivimos en un mundo inquieto, y Dios nos invita a la paz, a la calma, a la tranquilidad. Y una de las lecciones que realmente quiero que profundicemos en los próximos cuarenta días es ¿cómo aprendemos a descansar con Dios?

    La pregunta que planteo en el capítulo sobre Walter, mi hijo, y sobre San Walter es ¿alguna vez te has permitido descansar en el amor de Dios?

    Y a veces cuando me siento sola o cuando me siento perdida o siento incertidumbre y me pregunto dónde está Dios y mucho más, para mi marca toda la diferencia en el mundo ver esa caja y simplemente tener un recordatorio de que Dios nunca me ha abandonado en toda mi vida y que él no va a abandonarme ahora.

    ¿Qué es aquello que tú puedes hacer esta Cuaresma y que creará no solo un pequeño cambio gradual en tu vida y en tu espiritualidad?