Word of the Day Challenge

It’s a GRACE! LISTEN!

All about GRACE!

Painting
Hail Mary FULL OF GRACE

 

Did you know that “grace,” “gracias,” and “Grazie” all descend from the same Latin word, “grātia”?!
Grace is the Prompt word today via “Word of the Day Challenge.”
In my world, a word I use regularly. This post will reflect on what sense of the word I mean since the definition varies.

Grace is a gift from God! Pure and simple.

Ave Maria, gratia plena meaning Hail Mary FULL OF GRACE.

Ah! Another Challenge, Word of the Day Challenge

A Jibberjabber post about doubt

I DOUBT

I doubt that I could fly, although in my dreams I can.
I doubt I will live to be 100 — at least I hope I don’t!
I doubt I will ever win a poetry contest, but I love writing them!

Thinking about what I know for sure, hmmm!
Time continues to march on with or without me,
and the sun will rise each day … or will it?scratch

Supernatural Reality, true story, Word of the Day Challenge

The Mystery, the Star of Bethlehem

The word suggested today is TINSEL.

Tinsel in the sense of resplendence, during this Holy Season of Christmas, we aught decorate our soul. Put a little tinsel on your soul as you adorn your home. Take an hour of your very busy days, sit down for an hour and watch this profound video. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u7YTE7WFB6Y

Ragtag Daily Prompt / RDP, Word of the Day Challenge

Words that FIT!

G.K. Chesterton Quote fits perfectly with the word of the day which is … ta-da … YESTERDAY!

“The true soldier fights not because he hates what is in front of him, but because he loves what is behind him.” 

Today is purely INSANITY! Fight for Truth and Morals as was YESTERDAY!

Politics, Word of the Day Challenge

Today on Twitter… barely

I can barely understand what is happening in our Country, CAN YOU?

I just connected to twitter and barely understood this thread.

IMPORTANT YOU CLICK THE BLUE BIRDIE BELOW ↓ not the video.

CLICK THE TWITTER BIRD and keep scrolling down.  My guess you also will barely figure out the WHY.

#1linerWeds, Word of the Day Challenge

Are we really that close?

Errant the Word of the Day

The errant changes wrought by Vatican II; how has that been going for the Catholic Church of today?
Have the gates of Hell prevailed against the Chair of Peter?
Not at all; the Churches is just smaller now!

Check it out and you don’t have to go very far, right here on WordPress at

Traditional Catholic Sermons


Bible verse Luke 18;8 “I say to you, that he will quickly revenge them. But yet the Son of man, when He cometh, shall he find, think you, faith on earth?”
Are we really that close?