#Lent: Dwelling in Peace & Love

“By contrition we are made clean, by compassion we are made ready, and by true longing for God we are made worthy… Our courteous Lord does not want His servants to despair because they fall often and grievously; for our failing does not hinder Him in loving us. Peace and love are always in us, living and working, but we are not always in peace and love. Our Lord wants us to take heed that He is the foundation of our whole life in love.”  Julian of Norwich

The Lenten and spiritual struggle continues when we stumble, allowing the mercy of Jesus to restore and renew us with His peace and the healing light of His love.

grace, peace & healing Light

Virginia : )

photo: Monument Valley, Utah

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4 Responses to #Lent: Dwelling in Peace & Love

  1. Carol -Jo says:


    • Virginia says:

      Julian of Norwich was quite a spiritual contemplative during the Middle Ages – still relevant for us today. Blessings, Carol-Jo! 🌟💜✨💜🌟

  2. Cindy Kranich says:

    Deeply moving, GL!

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