All shall be well, and all shall be well and all manner of thing shall be well.

— Julian of Norwich

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Be a Gardener. Dig a ditch. Toil and sweat. And turn the earth upside down. And seek the deepness. And water plants in time. Continue this labor. And make sweet floods to run, and noble and abundant fruits to spring. Take this food and drink, and carry it to God as your true worship.

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The greatest honor we can give Almighty God is to live gladly because of the knowledge of his love.

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Our life is all grounded and rooted in love, and without love we may not live.

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As truly as God is our Father, so truly God is our Mother.

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The fullness of Joy is to behold God in everything.

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We need to fall, and we need to be aware of it;

for if we did not fall, we should not know how weak and wretched we are of ourselves, nor should we know our Maker's marvellous love so fully.

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My, how busy we become when we lose sight of how God loves us.

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Every act of kindness and compassion done by any man for his fellow Christian is done by Christ working within him.

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Cheerful givers do not count the cost of what they give.

Their hearts are set on pleasing and cheering the person to whom the gift is given.

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This is our Lord's will... that our prayer and our trust be, alike, large.

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Our Savior is our true Mother in whom we are endlessly born and out of whom we shall never come.

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The Enemy is overcome by the blessed Passion and Death of our Lord Jesus Christ.

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Quotes 91 sayings
Birthday October 16

He that made all things for love, by the same love keepeth them, and shall keep them without end.

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But for I am a woman should I therefore live that I should not tell you the goodness of God?

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That which is impossible to thee is not impossible to me: I shall save my word in all things and I shall make all things well.

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The ground of mercy is love, and the working of mercy is our keeping in love.

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Peace and love are ever in us, being and working; but we be not alway in peace and in love.

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Our Lord is the ground from whom our prayer grows and in his love and grace he himself gives us our prayers.

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When we, by the working of mercy and grace, be made meek and mild, we are fully safe; suddenly is the soul oned to God when it is truly peaced in itself: for in Him is found no wrath.

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Prayer is a new, gracious, lasting will of the soul united and fast-bound to the will of God by the precious and mysterious working of the Holy Ghost.

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Cheerful givers do not count the cost of what they give.

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The ground of mercy is love, and the working of mercy is our keeping in love.

And this was shewed in such manner that I could not have perceived of the part of mercy but as it were alone in love; that is to say, as to my sight.

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Until I am essentially united with God, I can never have full rest or real happiness.

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When I was thirty years old and a half, God sent me a bodily sickness, in which I lay three days and three nights; and on the fourth night I took all my rites of Holy Church, and weened not to have lived till day.

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It is easy to understand that the best deed is well done: and so well as the best deed is done - the highest - so well is the least deed done; and all thing in its property and in the order that our Lord hath ordained it to from without beginning. For there is no doer but He.

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Because of the Shewing I am not good but if I love God the better: and in as much as ye love God the better, it is more to you than to me.

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Wherefore me behoveth needs to grant that all-thing that is done, it is well-done: for our Lord God doeth all.

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It needeth us to have knowing of the littleness of creatures and to hold as nought all-thing that is made, for to love and have God that is unmade.

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We give our intent to love and meekness, by the working of mercy and grace we are made all fair and clean.

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We are kept all as securely in Love in woe as in weal, by the Goodness of God.

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God willeth that we endlessly hate the sin and endlessly love the soul, as God loveth it.

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A great thing shall I make hereof in Heaven of endless worship and everlasting joys.

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...the goodness of God is the highest object of prayer and it reaches down to our lowest need.

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For we are so preciously loved by God that we cannot even comprehend it.

No created being can ever know how much and how sweetly and tenderly God loves them. It is only with the help of his grace that we are able to persevere in spiritual contemplation with endless wonder at his high, surpassing, immeasurable love which our Lord in his goodness has for us.

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For we are so preciously loved by God that we cannot even comprehend it.

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God, of thy goodness, give me Thyself;

for Thou art enough for me, and I can ask for nothing less that can be full honor to Thee. And if I ask anything that is less, ever Shall I be in want, for only in Thee have I all.

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Between God and the soul there is no between.

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The fullness of joy is to behold God in everything.

God is the ground, the substance, the teaching, the teacher, the purpose, and the reward for which every soul labors.

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Where I say that He abideth sorrowfully and moaning, it meaneth all the true feeling that we have in our self, in contrition and compassion, and all sorrowing and moaning that we are not oned with our Lord. And all such that is speedful, it is Christ in us. And though some of us feel it seldom, it passeth never from Christ till what time He hath brought us out of all our woe. For love suffereth never to be without pity.

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The age of every man shall be acknowledged before him in Heaven, and every man shall be rewarded for his willing service and for his time.

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The Lord looks on his servants with pity and not with blame.

In God's sight we do not fall; in our sight, we do not stand. Both of these are true, but the deeper insight belongs to God.

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He did not say: You will not be assailed, you will not be belabored, you will not be disquieted, but he did said: You will not be overcome.

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... our natural Will is to have God, and the Good Will of God is to have us; and we may never cease from willing nor from longing till we have Him in fullness of joy: and then may we no more desire.

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All will be well, and every kind of thing will be well.

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See that I am God. See that I am in everything. See that I do everything. See that I have never stopped ordering my works, nor ever shall, eternally. See that I lead everything on to the conclusion I ordained for it before time began, by the same power, wisdom and love with which I made it. How can anything be amiss?

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Pray, even if you feel nothing, see nothing.

For when you are dry, empty, sick or weak, at such a time is your prayer most pleasing to God, even though you may find little joy in it. This is true of all believing prayer.

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Love was without beginning, is, and shall be without ending.

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He shall appear suddenly and blissfully to all that love Him.

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Prayer unites the soul to God.

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