Chapter 4 – Relating Faith and Trust

What if the Holy Father were able to blog with us about chapter 4, especially moving into the section, “The Faith Pilgrimage” … Perhaps his post would read something like what he said just a couple of days ago in his Wednesday audience, “We Must Learn to Have Greater Trust in Divine Providence.”

“…When we pray the Our Father “we ask the Lord that ‘your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven’. In other words, we recognise that God has a will for us and with us, that God has a will for our lives and, each day, this must increasingly become the reference point for our desires and our existence. We also recognise that … ‘earth’ becomes ‘heaven’ – the place where love, goodness, truth and divine beauty are present – only if the will of God is done”.
In our prayers “we must learn to have greater trust in Divine Providence, to ask God for the strength to abandon our own selves in order to renew our ‘yes’, to repeat to Him ‘your will be done’, to conform our will to His. This is a prayer we must repeat every day, because it is not always easy to entrust oneself to the will of God”. …”

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