Be silent and worry not

“Whenever anything disagreeable or displeasing happens to you,
remember Christ crucified and be silent.”

St. John of the Cross


(a blooming gardenia / Julie Cook / 2019)

“Avoid worrying, then, about anything else for your children except whatever may contribute
to bringing them up virtuously. For the rest, having entrusted them to God,
try to see what His will for them is, to help them along the path in life He has chosen for them.
Never be afraid of relying too much on Him, but rather seek always to increase your trust
more and more, for this is the most pleasing homage you can pay Him and it will be the
measure of the graces you will receive.
Little or much will be given you according as you have expected little or much.”

St. Claude De La Columbiere, p.46
An Excerpt From
Trustful Surrender to Divine Providence

10 comments on “Be silent and worry not

  1. SharaC says:

    Love the quotes you always find friend! So much truth to this! Was just reading in 1 and 2 Timothy about avoiding idle arguments and ‘babblings’ and the importance of leading a quiet life… knowing when to say when. silence can be golden!

  2. Dawn Marie says:

    Okay. So gardenias are my all time favorite flower. In the world! You sealed it. We must meet next time I’m in Atlanta! Hugs!

  3. SLIMJIM says:

    Thanks for reading and commenting on my blog that made the milestone possible =)

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