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The holidays are approching fast and you don't feel you should go to any of the family gatherings or any where a friend who you are not speaking to will show up.Yet you have the holiday blues over it because you don't want to be alone and you are not married or have a spouse in your life.
Its the Holidays again, times for parties, get togethers, family time. With that also comes many frustrations.
Maybe you will be alone during the Holidays for one reason or another.
You might have to deal with family members you really dont want to see.
Are you visiting with your significate others family/parents, possibly meeting them for the first times?
Do you know you will be around people who are only tolerating you but not happy your there?
Are you the fat girl or guy in the room? Do you feel like your on display for the rest to stare at and watch. You might even go through some unfair talk, treament or questions.
You might have gotten some invites but refused because of fears, of the unknown, who might be there, what they might think of you.
The Holiday are not always joyful, tonight we are going to talk about these issues and try to make this holiday season a happy one.
May we all live each day as if our last and as the gift it is. May we each place God first, and slow down to enable ourselves to see the Face of God in others, especially in our family members, and be thankful for them.
The father of a family is indispensable. He leads and serves. He is the head of the family, but in the sense that he is the head to the degree that he serves and sacrifices. He is the living, active image of Christ on the cross to his wife and children.
“Husbands should love their wives just as Christ loved the Church and sacrificed himself for her to make her holy” (Ephesians 5:25–26, JB).
The Church proclaims the profound truth that marriage is indissoluble. Like Jesus, whose bride is the Church, we are called to stay with our spouse until death. This commitment becomes attainable with the graces that are always available from the Sacrament of Matrimony.
If God asks something of us, He always gives us the help we need to complete our mission. We need more finishers in the world. Jesus did not desert His mission when the going got tough. He expected it and embraced it. Marriage can be challenging in many ways. What would we think of a soldier who enjoyed the benefits of being in the military during peacetime, but who deserted at the first sign of battle?
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