If You Can't See God's Will in the Present, You'll Never Find It in the Future

Posted March 10, 2017 2:38 pm by Editor

As Dr. Tom Neal points out, the first three petitions of the “Our Father” prayer are all in the present tense, requiring an unconditional embrace of God’s will today. This implies that before we can receive tomorrow’s sacrament of divine providence, we must first worthily receive the sacrament of the present moment.

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