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Wilfredo Juan Baez
Chaplain and Pastoral Counselor
Chaplain and Pastoral Counselor
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Are you willing to be who God intends you to be?

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Unmovable objects, like boulders, maybe mountains, are placed in our path.  if we can't move them how can we transform them.  Perhaps the issue isn't the object but ourselves and our relationship with the object. 

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The wisdom way of Jesus is God's way and our own better way made possible for us in Christ.  Set your intention:  "Your (God's) will is my will; Your (God) way is my way!

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Jesus has done his part.  God has done God's part.  Are we doing our part?  Imagine each of  doing ours!

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St. Paul challenges the Ephesian Church and community and challenges us to live up to our calling as Christians.  It isn't easy but it makes a difference.

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Are you growing spiritually?  If not, why not.  Here's an opportunity to rev it up a notch spiritually, if you want to!

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Think about this everyday this week as many times a day as you can.  Say it unceasingly "God loves me exactly as I am."  See what you feel about yourself later in the week.  Notice how you feel physically.  Notice how others respond to you.

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Oh where, O where has my conscience gone?  Conscience is a good thing.  There certainly dysfunctional guilt.  We used to call it "Neurotic."  But guilt can be a sign that we are violating our God-given internal standards; that we've crossed a line or are considering it.  That;s healthy guilt. And existential guilt is when we don't do what we think is right.  Others don't want us to do it because they think we're wrong.  But it's the right thing to do.
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