Friday, April 24, 2009

*See Christ in Everyone..........April 24




"Christ is hidden
under the suffering appearance
of anyone who is hungry,
naked,
homeless,
or dying."


Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta


Translation of French words ...
"Under the features of the poor man whom you serve ...
"RECOGNIZE JESUS.
"He will recognize you at death and will grant Heaven to you as a reward."

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Friends:

Here is the meaning of the card's French words ...

"Under the features of the poor man whom you serve ...
"RECOGNIZE JESUS.
"He will recognize you at death and will grant Heaven to you as a reward."

John

wife, mother and so much more! said...

An absolutely beautiful prayer~Amy

Prayerflowers said...

Hi Precious Micki,
Beautiful card and prayerful quote. Love the translation to recognize Jesus in everyone. Your blog blesses me so very much. Thank you John for your work.
God bless you Micki big angel hugs to you too!

Anonymous said...

Micki--What a beautiful card. Thankyou for sharing and the translation is something to meditate on....thankyou, John.

Diane S.

P.S. Micki, I will call you next week.....am in the midst of wedding, confirmation, etc.....a very wonderful and busy month!

Micki said...

John - Thanks for the difficult translation (because of the size).
Isn't it great to remember heaven will be our reward?

Amy - Thank you. I hope you try to include it once in a while to your "regulars."

Prayerflower - My arms are outstretched....I'm waiting :-)

Diane - Oh I can just imagine how busy you are. Take your time and enjoy all your activities. What fun and yet what stress! Blessings.

Anonymous said...

The text with today's posting is simply beautiful and definitely "food for thought." Micki, I always appreciate your feedback it is always thoughtfull. I also love seeing all the bluebonettes, they are really a gift from Heaven! Have a Blessed Weekend to All!! John K.

Alexandra said...

Oh, I love this...I've posted your post. Just had to share.

Anonymous said...

Thanks to all. I enjoy doing the translations for you and for my own spiritual benefit!
John

Micki said...

John K. - "Bluebonnets".....what a charming name for a flower. Sorry guys, it's just sooooo feminine, so beautiful. Thanks friend.

Alexandra - I'm smiling just knowing you picked this one to share with your readers. Thank you. Hope others click on your name here and come see your blog.