Dr. Tom Curran reflects on Psalm 63, explores insights from St. Augustine about the natural human desire for God, recaps the recent NET Ministries event, and introduces the theme of career discernment.
Dr. Tom Curran prays for the reposed souls of the departed and reflects on Morning Prayer from The Liturgy of Hours. Tom shares insights on the topics of salvation, ‘know thy self,’ Lex orandi – Lex Credendi, Lenten prayer, and more!
Dr. Tom Curran testifies to the oppression connected to the battle against sin. Tom shares insights about the role of a father to be ‘a roof,’ continues to talk about FWAAP (Fears, Worries, Anxieties, and Pressures) and prays from the Liturgy of the Hours.
Dr. Tom Curran shares a story about encountering a ‘mirror into his life’ and talks about how attitude displays a message about a relationship. Tom reflects on Morning Prayer from the Liturgy of the Hours as a gift and mirror into one’s life, in connection to, the life of the Church.
Dr. Tom Curran gets ‘back to basics’ by sharing several insights and tips to help listeners get launched into prayer. Tom explores three expressions for a morning offering and three ways to relate to Scripture: 1. As a study, 2. As an application, and 3. As an encounter with the Author.
3 Expressions for Morning Offering:
- “Lord, You are God and I am not.”
- “Lord, this is my heart’s desire.”
- “Shepherd me Lord today, and I will follow.”