Lenten Prayer Reflection by Douglas Warner

Mar 05 2016

LK 18:9-14

The Lord is active in our lives. He demands obedience and faith, but will reward us with his guidance and everlasting life. We must know the Lord, and follow in his footsteps. He will judge us on the last day. I live trying to follow in Jesus’ footsteps. Many atheists are against organized religion, especially Catholicism. However, humanity would be at peace if we all walked in His footsteps. What I love about my faith is that it relates to everyone, and everyone has the ability to live a virtuous life. Helping others and treating others the way you would like to be treated are two rules that apply to all believers and non-believers. Personally, living a virtuous life makes life easier to cope with, and makes me a better person.