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Prayer Is Our Most Prudent Act

Sunday After The Ascension 2016

This sermon focuses on the need to be prudent in our dealings with others and the need to pray, especially for our Church and our Nation.  In doing this we must forgive all injuries in imitation of Our Lord and the Saints.  One of the reasons for prayer is thanksgiving and in this case gratitude for the gifts of the Holy Spirit, so needed in these times.  It is these gifts which make the practice of virtue easier than would otherwise be the case.  Also, we must remember that our prayers are always answered but not necessarily in the manner we expect.

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