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And God bless you for taking care of her! She's a wonderful woman.
What are you doing, what are we doing when we bless someone or something? The blessing is a faith filled and hopeful statement, wish, desire that God is going to be involved, in fact, leading a follower of Christ in action.
A blessing connects what we are doing or what is happening with what God is doing. The blessing recognizes that God who sits high and looks low is always able to make the difference.
Blessing a sick person is not just hoping the person gets well; it is hoping the God is with the person. It is hoping that a vow has been made and the person is able to see what the end shall be! The blessing believes that everything is going to be all right, by God! Blessed water, aka holy water, makes the water and then the recipient cleansed for use by God, baptized!
Bless you! what does this mean?
People living in poverty tell us that the blessing is not being rich; people in hospitals tell us that the blessing is not being healthy. Read posts on the bible, liturgical practices, holy days of obligation, and more. Visit the Adult Faith Formation for more information.
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What does this mean? What a blessing! Father David Jones Catholic Practices What are you doing, what are we doing when we bless someone or something? Only a church member can see a poor and sick person as a blessing.
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