3 thoughts on “Psalm 100

  1. fdan

    Dear Father Victor, You always know where to send us for refreshment and renewal. The beautiful ferns help us send our Thanksgiving to God too. Thanks be to God and to you.

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  2. Rose

    Thank you Father Victor,the Ferns are very delicate and thrive in shade
    to remind us that no matter what conditions we face if we remain kind
    And gentle we will survive the storms in life.

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  3. cenaclemary12

    “Know that the Lord is God.
    It is he who made us, and we are his;
    we are his people, the sheep of his pasture.” Psalm 100,3
    This verse reminds me of what Pope Francis has said about “smelling like sheep” when one ministers to others. I was age 13 when we spent two weeks on a farm upstate as our family vacation. The farmer let us milk cows, help with gathering in hay, watch the threshing machine work, and feed some of the animals. Before we left he took us on a “hay ride” at night to enjoy the stars so clearly seen away from the lights of busy Long Island. Such was my limited farming but definitely positive. I can relate to the “smell” of farm animals! All this to say how wonderfully God meets each person where he/she is at. May I do likewise.

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