Tuesday, February 10, 2009

*Indwelling Christ..........February 10

"Salt, when dissolved in water, may disappear, but it does not cease to exist. We can be sure of its presence by tasting the water.
Likewise, the indwelling Christ, though unseen, will be made evident to others from the love which He imparts to us."

Sadhu Sundar Singh


Anonymous said...

A few things about the man who wrote that were quoted: Singh (1889-1929) was a Sikh in India who converted to Christianity at the age of 16. Unfortunately, he did not become a Catholic before his early death. Had he done so, he would have learned that he was very wrong to be a "Christian universalist." That's a person who believes that all people will eventually attain salvation, with no possibility of going to hell.

Anonymous said...

I was glad to read that you were able to use my suggestion for copying pictures. I was also glad that you found a way to make the images smaller in your Word document. I could/should have explained that to you.

Welcome back, Lynneda!

Micki said...

Anonymous - Yes, it would have been good if he could have come to know and love the Catholic faith. His words here though still are of interest to me.

John - I appreciate all you do to help other viewers of the blog. I hope she sees this comment and gets to read your message. Thanks.

Fr Scott Bailey, C.Ss.R. said...

Micki, once again you found a perfect quote for something I have been thinking about. We are Christ's presence in the world, making Him known through our words and deeds. The more we love, the more we reveal Him present within us.

Thank you!

Micki said...

Fr. Scott - Our angels must be communicating whenever you find something here that interests you. Makes me happy. Thanks.