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Firmly Trust in Divine Providence

by Fr. Jonas Abib
Founder Cancao Nova

We must be a strong brave people who anxiously wait for the Lord. The whole Creation is subject to Jesus’ lordship. Jesus Christ is our Lord.When we live that truth in face of our problems, difficulties and sickness, we are taking possession of Jesus’ victory in our life. He is the only Winner and only in Him we can achieve victory.

You have a God Who is bigger than your problems. You have a God Who loves you, Who is infinitely bigger than your problems and Who has the control over all things in His Hands. I am inviting you to make an experience that we have been making in Cancao Nova for over 25 years: firmly trust in the Divine Providence.

The Lord takes care of us. I repeat several times during the day: the Lord takes care of me! “Awake, O sleeper and arise from the dead, and Christ will give you light” (The Letter to the Ephesians 5, 14).


Cancao Nova  TX, US
Fr. Jonas Abib - Founder, 817 431-8512



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  1. tristan
    4 years ago

    This is so consoling. That even in the saddest and loneliest times of my life, the very thought of our Lord Jesus Christ and His sufferings on the Cross gives me courage and strength. I trust in the Divine Providence.

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