Words of Inspiration

Words of Inspiration

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by Pope John Paul II
     
 

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AN OFFERING OF THE SELF

O Lord
may my soul
be flooded with your light
and know you more profoundly.
Lord
give me so much love,
that will unite me with you always.
Lord
let me serve you and serve you well,
on the paths that you wish to open
to my existence here below.

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AN OFFERING OF THE SELF

O Lord
may my soul
be flooded with your light
and know you more profoundly.
Lord
give me so much love,
that will unite me with you always.
Lord
let me serve you and serve you well,
on the paths that you wish to open
to my existence here below.

Published under the authority of Libreria Editrice Rogate (LER), this remarkable audiobook brings together Pope John Paul II's inspiring reflections and illuminating words of hope, peace, love, compassion, and spirituality, constituting a beautiful edition to treasure.

THE PRIVATE PRAYERS OF POPE JOHN PAUL II
Volume I: Words of Inspiration

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A special gift edition published under Vatican supervision, this is a wonderful collection of the prayers the pope himself uses on a regular basis to inspire hope, peace, love, and compassion in the hearts of people worldwide. Sections include "I Exhort You," "Challenge the Young," "Testimony," and "I Would Like to Tell You Many Things."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780743456012
Publisher:
Pocket Books
Publication date:
12/28/2001
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
4.19(w) x 6.75(h) x (d)

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Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a man that know's no bounderies and his words are truely inspirations of how we need to live and treat others. I look forward to seeing more of his words. His message deserves to be delivered. 'A good idea that is not shared with others will gradually fade away and bear no fruit, but when it is shared it lives forever because it is passed on from one person to another and grows as it goes.' Thank you His Holiness for blessing us all!