Start Strong - Day 9

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Beatriz
7 days ago

Spot on Bruce.

Maria
7 days ago

Your constant message is to spend time with God, 15 minutes a day. IT WORKS! Bruce, last year God gave me a head start to personal prayer with your daily devotionals for which I am eternally grateful for. God started to do something in me that I didn’t even know I needed. This led me to WANT to spend more and more time in HIS presence. Praying, sitting in silence, just BEING in God’s presence. Little by little God was changing me and I didn’t even realise what was happening until months later when I looked back to see what… Read more »

Cheryl O'Grady
7 days ago

Thankyou Bruce for this wise instruction . Love what you’ve shared. Practical knowhow on getting closer to God

Cristina Leira
7 days ago

Dear Bruce, thank you so much for everything you teach me. I know that God is with us, and between us. I know that the most powerful element in the life of a christian person is the prayer. And also I know that as a follower of Christ, we can not talk about Jesus or God our Father without know them. This 15 minutes of prayer are nothing if we compare them with the richness we obtain after that. I am in love with this program, I am with you since the first Advent talk and I tell you I… Read more »

Valerie Simms
7 days ago

Yes Bruce I do need to DE-CLUTTER!There is usually some other thing that competes and I can become distracted! I will be honest with you I usually spend more than 15 minutes a day praying my PERSONAL prayer, Word prayer and Refreshment prayer. I then read a passage in the Bible then write down the words that strike me. I then go onto reading the daily scripture passages read at Mass, then read Sacred Space with the daily Gospel passage said at Mass, alongside the reflection notes and points. But I’ve noticed that I just find myself with hardly no… Read more »

Susanne
6 days ago

Dear Bruce,
thank you for your spiritual blessings. Can you please, at some stage, explain the difference between being a Christian ‘turning the other cheek’ and not being a doormat. I feel pressured so often by family and it difficult not to say what’s really on my mind. Family can say what they like but I try and be a Christian but constantly feel,I’m the one that looses.
God bless.
Susanne.