Book of the Day
by Sr. Theresa Aletheia Noble.
It is a trilogy of books.
It is a journal, a devotional, and a prayer meditation book.
The book set is in relation to the time of Lent.
“Discover the ancient traditions of Momento Mori encouraged by scripture and the Saints. In this journal, find inspiration and space to value each unrepeatable moment in your life. Featuring an introduction and a compilation of prayers, this journal helps you remember”
It helps you remember God and what is important daily so that you can truly live.
There is a saying that goes remember death and you will do no wrong.
The page I open to in the journal is 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verses 51 and 52
“Listen, I will tell you a mystery. We will not all die, but we will all be changed, in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet.”
The journal is white and black and it does not have page numbers.
Second book is the Lenten devotional memento mori.
Page 77 and 78 This is for the second week of lent on a Thursday, the passageway begins with Luke 16:31 Regarding Abraham, Moses and the prophets.
There is a passage way regarding Lazarus and God and what you should do as a good person.
A person should have treated Lazarus with love because he loved God. Had a man known God and lived for God, he never would have passed by Lazarus without wanting to help him. If that man had known God, he would have seen God in Lazarus.
The final book is a small book titled prayer on the last things.
Page 244 “Jesus wants us to go to her as our mother to ask for aid as we make our way on our earthly journey to heaven. May our loving blessed Mother be with us every day to help us choose and have hope in the reality of heaven.
Page 252 Ave Maris Stella is beautiful.
It is a prayer and meditation book
“If you fall and stay connected to God no matter what form he may be in you are given ever life
All giver of life
If you are able to visit the authors YouTube she has some wonderful insightful, inspirational, interview videos.
personal note: When it says death it means someone may not physically be here through physical sight. That is not permanent in the way that the word is written through God.
You can connect with someone who is not here physically in a body or vessel as known through physical eyes. This is an important connection. Love is love. And to follow God is to follow God. Love, Heather