Take 2 with Jerry & Debbie

Have You Ever Really Dreaded Doing Something?

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Into every life come duties and responsibilities that we sometimes really dread. We fret, worry, sweat, even at times get ill thinking about what lies ahead. This topic came to us as we pondered the First Sorrowful Mystery of the Rosary. Our Lord Jesus Christ new what the immediate future held in store for him. In His humanity, He even asked His Father if it could pass him by. This scene was powerfully portrayed by Jim Caviezel in Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ. We witness Jesus so overwhelmed with dread at His coming passion and death, that, as the Bible tells us, He actually sweat real blood. While the things we dread may not rise to that level, nonetheless we do come face to face in life with things that we absolutely wish we didn’t have to do. Let’s talk about this on Friday, and end another week of great shows with more of your insights and lived experiences.

One thought on “Have You Ever Really Dreaded Doing Something?

  1. In The Most Holy Name Of Jesus The Beloved Anointed One Always Known As Mediator;.
    well, when duress of unearned suffering comes upon anyone,
    as no one would wish it upon one’s self,
    it isn’t actually a regret, but multiplied by impositions of exactly what
    to think, say, or do, since everyone’s life is a prayer.
    So, this could come from any quarter of God’s Holy Disciplines.
    Yes, since no one is God, and Only God Forgives all sin of the Saved,
    no one should ever impose how to ask for forgiveness of sin.
    The offerings of recommendations are quite available, and since,
    each particular is God Only Knows,
    what is already in the comment prevails.
    God’s Impartial Peace,
    Holy Merry Christmas Season though a Blessed New Year.


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