Tuesday, 28 February 2017 10:30

You are a unique individual in the eyes of God

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Close up of baby's hand holding mother's fingerI find myself wondering how I might find the words that can be meaningful to the diverse group of people who are recipients of these reflections. For there is one thing that is certain: you are a unique individual in the eyes of God and God will be communicating with you in ways that only your eyes can see or your heart can discern. Those of you who have children instinctively know what I mean here. What works as a way of communicating with one child may not necessarily work with another. What each responds to is particular to them and, what’s more, something that works well with one child when they are young does not always work when they are older. In the following section I will offer some ideas on how to take this into account as you seek to hear and respond to what God is offering to you, but for now simply note that you are being invited on a journey. Where that journey goes and what it will involve will be unique to you. In this I am reminded of these words from the pen of the Catholic writer, JRR Tolkien: “It's a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don't keep your feet, there's no knowing where you might be swept off to.” Who knows where this road you are on will lead. The question is – will you say yes to finding out?

 

 

This article is part of Faith Journey, a newsletter from the National Centre for Evangelisation.

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Shane Dwyer

Shane Dwyer is the Director of the National Centre for Evangelisation, of which the Catholic Enquiry Centre is a part. 

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