Indeed, how good is the Lord: bless his holy name.
Year: B(II). Psalm week: 4. Liturgical Colour: Green.
|St Margaret of Scotland (1046 - 1093)|
|St Gertrude (1256 - 1301/2)|
|Other saints: St Edmund of Abingdon (1175? - 1240)|
|Other saints: Our Lady of the Gate of Dawn|
|Liturgical colour: green|
|Mid-morning reading (Terce)||Romans 12:17,19-20,21 ©|
Never repay evil with evil. As scripture says: Vengeance is mine – I will pay them back, says the Lord. But there is more: If your enemy is hungry, you should give him food, and if he is thirsty, let him drink. Resist evil and conquer it with good.
|Noon reading (Sext)||1 John 3:16 ©|
This has taught us love – that he gave up his life for us; and we, too, ought to give up our lives for our brothers.
|Afternoon reading (None)||1 John 4:9-11 ©|
God’s love for us was revealed when God sent into the world his only Son so that we could have life through him; this is the love I mean: not our love for God, but God’s love for us when he sent his Son to be the sacrifice that takes our sins away. My dear people, since God has loved us so much, we too should love one another.
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