Take 2

with Jerry & Debbie

True Happy Hour is spent in Holy Hour!

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The world tells us to look forward to Fridays…A chance for us to shelve our problems, forget about work and unwind with what we’ve been told is “happy” hour.  But, the question still remains, does “happy” hour really make us truly happy?  Let’s discuss the real “happy” hour…a Holy Hour with Jesus.  Instead of being filled with “happy” hour food and drink, how about being filled with the unconditional love HE has for us just waiting in the Blessed Sacrament!

Let’s talk about how this world created a clever marketing strategy and convinced many of us that we need “happy hour” instead of HOLY HOUR.  Amen?

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4 thoughts on “True Happy Hour is spent in Holy Hour!

  1. Hi Debbie

    Thank you for speaking with your callers. I want to remind you that when Jesus said in Matthew ch. 18:
    18 “Truly, I say to you, whatever you bind on earth shall be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven.
    19 Again I say to you, if two of you agree on earth about anything they ask, it will be done for them by my Father in heaven.
    20 For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I in the midst of them.”

    He was speaking with Peter and the Bishops / Magisterium of His infant Church. Too many of our Protestant brothers and sisters believe they can start a church because they only need two or three to have Jesus’ approval.
    Thanks again Debbie! –Jane

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    • Jane, thank you for listening to Take 2 with Jerry and Debbie. Yes, this passage from Matthew has sometimes been misinterpreted and misused, I would wholeheartedly agree. Thank you for taking the time and commenting. I pray you enjoyed today’s show as we received comments that people were inspired to go to Adoration. How beautiful is that? Keep us in your prayers Jane…

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  2. The Lord expects adorers. It is only our humble duty.
    All of Scripture must hold or none of it does. The command to judge righteous judgment does not just mean on others’ motivations, but in your own discernment as well. If you simply cherry pick the verse sound-bites that support your existing biases, you are engaging in propaganda, not discernment. When you find a verse that seems to support what you already want to believe, look for those verses that contradict it. Then contemplate it…go deep to see what the Lord is saying to you. You may get it wrong. That’s okay…it will engender a little pleasing humility in you. But you will be engaged in actual discernment instead of mere propaganda – and when someone cites what seems to contradict your interpretation, you won’t be caught flat-footed…for you have engaged in contemplation and discernment rather than merely collecting sound-bites. This is not easy. But oh, how rewarding it is to enter into the Scriptures and really live it for a time! Priase God! Happy Monday!

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  3. All of Scripture must hold or none of it does. The command to judge righteous judgment does not just mean on others’ motivations, but in your own discernment as well. If you simply cherry pick the verse sound-bites that support your existing biases, you are engaging in propaganda, not discernment. When you find a verse that seems to support what you already want to believe, look for those verses that contradict it. Then contemplate it…go deep to see what the Lord is saying to you. You may get it wrong. That’s okay…it will engender a little pleasing humility in you. But you will be engaged in actual discernment instead of mere propaganda – and when someone cites what seems to contradict your interpretation, you won’t be caught flat-footed…for you have engaged in contemplation and discernment rather than merely collecting sound-bites. This is not easy. But oh, how rewarding it is to enter into the Scriptures and really live it for a time!

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