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4/29 Weekly Reflection

May 2, 2019

We greet you in the name of our Lord Christ Jesus.

May the light of the Holy Spirit of our Lord, the Lord of love, mercy, and compassion shine upon all of us and may He grant us the knowledge, patience and wisdom to understand the richness of His teachings and missions which are intended to nurture our hearts and our lives.

“Blessed are those who have not seen but have believed.” (John 20:29)

"Believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that through this belief you may have life in His Name.” (John 20:31)


 If we believe in the Holy Name of Jesus, then

-we will do all what we can to walk towards Him.

-We will keep our souls & hearts clean.

-We will long for a relationship with the Lord Jesus.

-We will pour out God’s love, mercy & understanding to bridge differences, sprout forgiveness,

enlighten hope, and to bring refreshing light of His goodness to where ever we go.


“Blessed are those who have not seen and have believed.” (John 20:29).

That is the word of God, directly from his mouth, to us (you and me).


My Friends

Even though we do not see our Lord Jesus, may we walk humbly and blamelessly towards God with strong faith, belief and trust, and may we open our hearts and invite God into our lives. So that, it will no longer be WE who live and act, but it will be our Lord Jesus and his enduring love at work in us and through us, for others.

The tomb is empty, my friends, but the world is full and refreshed.

Christ had been raised. 

Death has been conquered. 

The new world has begun. 

The celebration of the Resurrection of the Lord is the celebration of our hope, our joy, our sharing in the New Life of Christ. And give sincere thanks to God for the most incredible gift we could ever ask for:

 the gift of new life,

the gift of redemption,

the gift of salvation.

God reaches out for each of us with his peace, mercy and love through Christ's suffering on the cross and died for our sins.

Isn't it time for us to reach out for him?

Yes. it is ...


Those who reach out, believe and have God in your lives have everything and will also attain the ultimate joy of salvation.

 My dear friend,


Christ is risen Alleluia!

Yes, INDEED, Christ is risen and alive with us Alleluia!


Have a blessed Easter and "Peace be with you"



-Deacon Joe Nguyen 


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