Pray with Faith

It is a question that have lingered in mind for quite some time now, why we don’t often receive what we pray for?

Reading the incident of the woman healed of haemorrhage, the only one quality that found in her was that she believed. She believed that Jesus would be able to heal her. She believed that, if she is able to touch his cloak she will be healed. It was her strong faith that she will be healed, even without his knowledge just with a touch.

Then I believe the only thing we lack is strong faith, that your God is capable working wonders in our lives.

Tell me the last time you have prayed with faith, that God is going to act in my life…


Expression of Faith

How can I express my faith? What extent can I go in the expression of my faith?

I was in a village in Mysore during the Ganesh Chaturathi, I was really shocked by the amount of noise that was made during the feast. Every corner of the village had a statute of Ganesha and everyone was competing to be louder than other. (Its also quite true in that case of loud songs played in the churches and the other places of worship)

Expression of Faith??? I don’t know. Will god be happy because we play songs and disturb everybody else…


While everyone’s faith may waver from time to time, not everyone is the Archbishop of Canterbury. But Justin Welby recently admitted sometimes doubting God.

I found this post very interesting and as an honest confession on human life. We are limited and that is what we are, by becoming religious one does not lose one’s his human identity nor become another god. He is still a human with flesh and blood.  Continue reading “EVEN THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY SOMETIMES DOUBTS GOD”

Holy Rosary: What and Why?

RosaryLooking into the history there are different views about the origin and the growth of this devotion. According to tradition, the concept of the rosary was given to Saint Dominic in an apparition by the Virgin Mary in the year 1214 in the church of Prouille. This Marian apparition received the title of Our Lady of the Rosary.

Continue reading “Holy Rosary: What and Why?”

Deep Faith

jesus-walking-on-water-benjamin-mcphersonMt. 14: 22-33

He (Jesus) said, “Come”.

To the horrified disciples Jesus says do not worry it is me. Hearing that Peter says then Lord let me come to you. The master says, “come”. Trusting in the Lord he walks courageously on the troubled see for he sees only the master and hears only his words come.

But soon he looks around and sees what he is doing and thinks of himself (a bit of selfishness in thought), I am doing it. Peter started to sink into the water, he calls out master help me I am drowning, and Jesus calls him, hi man of little faith.

Where do I stand, how deep am I in my faith. Most often I too am like Peter I jump into the water then find myself as one with a shallow faith. The depth of my faith can be judged only by the actions I do.

The well of providence is deep

Mt. 17: 14-20

The well of providence is deep but we often approach it with a small bucket. People flock when they hear of some special grace and blessings. There are even people who are ready to buy god’s blessings with money.

One age old incident goes like this; once up on a time in rural village people were struggling due to the heavy drought. After a long discussion and meetings being religious people they decided to conduct a special prayer session under the leadership of the parish priest. The people flocked for all were really in need of rain. Yet only a small boy came with the umbrella. Though the incident looks simply it is powerfully communicating its message; a message of true faith; a faith without conditions.

Can we believe in such degree? Is my faith strong enough to say I know my god will Grand me the graces. Faith is not about praying for things, rather it a believe that what prayed for is granted.

Love is God


1 Jn 4: 7-16

Let us love another; for love is of God, and he who love is born of God and knows God.

Can you love one another as brothers even when other hurts you. It is in loving another we see God and not through the great sacrifices that you make.

Kingdom of Heaven

Mt. 13: 31-35

“The kingdom of heaven is like a grain of mustard seed which a man took and sowed in his field; it is the smallest of all seeds but when grown it is the greatest of shrubs and becomes a tree, so that the birds of the air come and make nests in its branches.”

Though insignificant you are in the eyes of the world, you can make radical changes and contributions trusting in God.