Both the Pharisees and the cured Blind Man had the privlidge to see Jesus with their own eyes. The Pharisees couldn't get past how normal Jesus looked and sounded. Therefore they concluded, "he can't be God." The Blind Man gazed upon the same Jesus and was able to see Him for who he is--God. When we come to Mass do we see through the externals of the Eucahrist? Do we recognize God? Or does it look too normal? Want to see? There is a remedy...
God speaks to us all the time...but we have to know how to hear his Word. In this homily, I give you 3 practical ways to hear his voice.
There is nothing Satan hates more than the Cross. The cross is our path to victory. The cross is our path to the Resurrection. That's precisely why Satan tempts us to take the easy way out...and side-step the cross. Lent is a time where we accept the cross by denying ourselves and fighting against sin. This is our path to holiness.
God desires our happiness and our peace. When we make someone or something else our "god," anxiety creeps into our heart and soul. Anxiety may be a sign to us that we need to turn back to Our Lord. He is the only One who can give us true peace.