This last advent meditation brings a note on providence and how our lives can look awry. The second part recounts what it is that Our Savior will bring to His friends.
This advent meditation focuses on our friendship with Jesus, Our Divine King, Who condescended to be with us. It also has another of the Great truths on why we need a Savior.
O Rex Gentium “O King of the nations and desired of them, and the Corner-stone that maketh both one, come and save man, whom Thou didst form of dust.” 1. Never was there a king who had such a claim to sovereignty as Christ Our Lord. He is King by divine appointment and His own…
This advent meditation begs the Lord to come, shine on us who sit in the darkness of sin, and it shines light on how all sin works, mimicking that first sin that led the revolt against God.
This advent meditation presents the next O antiphon, key of David, detailing the authority of our Lord. And, it illumines how the first sin resulted in permanent consequences.
Preparation for Christmas with this Advent meditation. In today’s, find out why our Lord is the new David and the three characteristics of the final sentence of the General Judgement (Last Judgment).
This advent meditation will help you curry favor with the Lord for the day of judgment. It gets to the second O Antiphon and the Lord as the Judge of the General Judgement… find out the surprising truths about Jesus’s sympathy with us, and how to curry His favor on that day!
Today’s advent meditation begins the seven antiphons, which greet our coming Savior under various titles, and entreat Him to come quickly to enlighten and deliver His people!
Today’s advent meditation turns the corner on motivating you to repent and reform. If you’ve been following these, you are longing for a redeemer. Tomorrow, we begin to see more about him. TODAY, we repent!
This advent meditation gives the three things you must do on this earth before your time is up in order to find happiness in the world to come. It also provides motivation to eradicate those venial sins: you won’t make it until you pay to the last farthing! Yikes! See how to avoid it here!