Hello and welcome to "Today's Hopeful Message!" Tuesday, January 19, 2021
Thank you so much for checking in today and using these resources to help yourself and your loved ones find calm and peace during this time of uncertainty and fear.
Let's begin today and extend a prayer to God and ask Him to bless you abundantly:
God has not abandoned us. He is here for us and providing love and care. Trust Him.
Scripture passage for today:
“Those who know your name trust you because you have not abandoned any who seek you, Lord” (Ps. 9:10).
God is near to us. Trust that He is providing strength and care for us each day and providing all we need. These messages may seem redundant, and yet, we know that as we are stressed they never fade. Trust that in your time of need, God is with you.
Daily Action Strategies:
1.) Turn to God in prayer today. Trust that He is helping us through any struggles or trials we face.
2.) Be at peace today. Take a breath and offer gratitude to God for His goodness and faithfulness.
Thank you and God bless,
Kate Walsh Soucheray, Ed.D., M.A.T., M.A., LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
If you have questions, please contact Dr. Soucheray at:
White Counselors Working with Multicultural Clients Article:
<a href="https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Kate_Soucheray">Kate Soucheray on ResearchGate</a>
The Importance of Positive Thinking
Self-care in the age of COVID and the election:
Trust in the Lord with All Your Heart:
Getting back to Mass in the middle of a pandemic: https://www.soulsandhearts.com/blog/getting-back-to-mass-in-the-middle-of-a-pandemic
Self-Care Article: https://www.soulsandhearts.com/blog/balancing-on-a-tightrope-during-covid-19
The Sacramental Life of the Catholic Christian: https://www.soulsandhearts.com/blog/the-sacramental-life-of-a-catholic-christian