Search ResultsPatience a Spiritual Sign - Pope Francis and Tertullian on Patience This Catholic article considers the teach of Pope Francis and Tertullian on patience, suggesting patience as a spiritual sign of holiness. | | Advent Waiting Advent resources: a folk ballad, "Every Valley," tells of the times when waiting is hard and hope is needed, a "Community Prayer for Waiting," a banner, a painting, another prayer, and two quotes from Dietrich Bonhoeffer....
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See more hymns... Patience and Hope This commentary on James 5:7-10 notes the importance of context in reading Scripture, and it teaches that patience and hope are both grounded in faith, that gift of the Holy Spirit. | | The Wardrobe of Easter: Patience Patience-filled Christian saints keep cultivating their relationship with the Spirit and keep praying continually for his help in showing persistent patience everywhere and always toward all others, no matter how impatient and rude. | | Rediscover the Quiet Joy of Patience and Baseball Laura Boggess reflects on going to a baseball game with her husband, working and harvesting her garden, and finds that there is something to be rediscovered in those things: a quiet joy of patience. | | Have Patience, But Keep Working Katharine Jefferts Schori shares a message of hope in Caracas, Venezuela. The human desire for judgment pervades every part of life. But God is always calling us to patience, for God is always working on healing. | | Exercising Patience This sermon starter on the Parable of Weeds from Matthew 13:24-30, 36-43 suggests that we are to exercise the fruit of the Spirit, especially patience as we sometimes need to just to let things be. | | Time for Patience - Study Guide Adult Sunday School Lesson/Study Guide about "patience." Liturgical elements and discussion questions included. | | The Gift of Patience A service plan in an Advent series in preparation for Christmas focused on the gift of patience and waiting for the coming of Christ. | Hard Patience "In one of his so-called 'terrible sonnets' or 'sonnets of desolation,' Gerard Manley Hopkins confronts how very hard it is to ask for patience and to see the world from God’s perspective." | |