Remain in His Love

What more wonderful wish can anyone wish for than that of remaining in the Love of God? There is no better place to rest, recharge,  draw all that is necessary and indispensable to our lives. God provides everything, in everything! It is therefore naturally this wish that we formulate for you, your families, your loved ones during these Christmas and New Year holidays!

Remain in my Love!

A house, a home! What’s more sweet and reassuring! Whether it’s a sumptuous villa or a humble dwelling, our ” home ” is the little kingdom in which we regulate everything to our liking and the intimate sanctuary where we take refuge to feel good and relax … But what Is it the home of our soul? Jesus gives us this invitation: “abide in my love”, that is to say, in his Sacred Heart which is the receptacle, the home, the inexhaustible source.

In this city of love, everyone will be welcomed, find his place. For the innocent and timid soul this divine heart will be like a cozy nest; for the guilty, a refuge; for the orphan, a shelter; for the disinherited, a heritage; for all, the anticipated heaven!

This year may bring us sorrows, separations, trials, storms and perils for our soul, but in the fortress of the Heart of Jesus where we will be sheltered, nothing can harm us. “Abide in me, and I will abide in you. As the branch can not bear fruit, if it does not remain attached to the vine, so you can not, if you do not remain in me. I am the vine, you are the branches. The one who dwells in me and in whom I live bears a lot of fruit, for without me you can do nothing … “(John 15,4-5) Jesus showing his Heart to St. Margaret Mary, said to him,” It is here your present and perpetual home. ”

To us who have decided to be the sentinels of his Sacred Heart, every day of this new year, we will stay in the City of Love, to live there with love and to deserve to die of love, singing like the psalmist, “I have asked the Lord, the only thing I seek, to dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life” (Ps.26) Every morning, let us enter into this sweet Heart, and into moment of our hour of presence, if that is the case, let us repent of having left it, then in the evening, let us lock ourselves again in this sweet sanctuary to spend the night! “In peace, I will sleep and rest. (Ps 4,8) Sister Marie of the Sacred Heart Bernaud (1825-1903) founder of the Guard of Honor

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