Your word is a lamp for my feet and a light for my path. (Psalm 119)
According to recent brain research, memories of the senses of taste and smell are stronger than those of sight or even hearing. It is no wonder, then, that the Psalmist encourages us to taste and see the goodness of God. As human beings made in the image and likeness of God from the moment of conception in our mothers’ wombs, the taste and vision of God is familiar. Today will I take time to reflect on the goodness of God that has been tasted and seen from the beginning of time and space? Holy Spirit, help me taste and see the goodness of God.
His praise shall continually be in my mouth. (Psalm 34:1)
Often remind yourself that you are in the presence of God.
St. Jean Baptist de la Salle
Soli gloriam dei .
Beverly Illauq lives in Kemptville, Ontario, where she greets each morning by seeking the Gospel Mystery of the Day - the Word of the Lord for direct and practical application to the specific challenges & joys of the day.