"And I beheld, and heard the voice of one eagle flying through the midst of heaven,
saying with a loud voice: Woe, woe, woe to the inhabitants of the earth....
[Apocalypse (Revelation) 8:13]

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Poem: “My Grace…”

“My Grace…”
By: Eric Gajewski
From the work, "Fortress of the Soul"
Ecclesiasticus 31:8
Blessed is the rich man that is found without blemish: and that hath not gone after gold, nor put his trust in money nor in treasures.

Please enjoy and share the latest poem from the work "Fortress of the Soul" 

Please play the video below and listen to the song as you read the poem, Ave Maria!

Blessed the man found without blemish
Who hath gone not after gold
For wherest thy heart art therest also art thy treasure
Wherest the moths ought not have hold nor enter to corrode
In the striving for perfection, an eagles ascension
With cleansed lips remolded by the living coal
O’ my soul!... which seeks to rise above the self
Above the horizon of this worlds haze
An Eagles quest to taste thee Divine Air
And bask in His Presence forever in the midst of His Sacred Heart’s Rays
Whose light Yoke removes sin’s smoke...
Whose divine Heart perpetually is ablaze...
Whose Love, even unto the angelic, never ceases to amaze...
Yea, the “thief of souls” canst only entereth
If thee do fall asleep
Where in this dream the devils deceive men into playing
Raise me up an Army, O’ Mary!
And let the eagles crush the serpents around us wherest they lay
Let your loins be girded and lights be burning
O' Knights and Handmaids of these "last days"
Lest ye be trapped and wander in this world’s maze
Stretch forth & Exercise your wings of Faith and Hope
And come meet me in the skies wherest we pleaseth our King
With every movement of the heart in union with His unchanging Way
And let us together turn the last page on this 5th chapter of the Church
As the modern world crumbles in man’s “new orientation phase”
Who shall soon say, “Let me return from whence I came”
Retreating to hell, exposed now is the devils game
Whose time runs out & fades
Whose head slowly is crushed by the heel of victory
For blessed is he who hast kept in wait
Whom the Bridegroom now finds alert and awake
Who makes His Home in the heart, whom we pray to stay
Who even after the second and third watch wilst not bend to man
Nor bow to human respect
For he is a tree planted that upholds in the fierce ill modern winds
Of which he neither breaks nor sways
Nay, he remains firm who hearest the Bridgegroom
Like the Swoon of the soul in early May
“Therefore, keep your lanterns lit and loins girded
Lest I find thee asleep and outside My grace…”

Romans 1:5
By whom we have received grace and apostleship for obedience to the faith, in all nations, for his name

Romans 5:2
By whom also we have access through faith into this grace, wherein we stand, and glory in the hope of the glory of the sons of God.
Romans 6:1
What shall we say, then? shall we continue in sin, that grace may abound?
Romans 11:5
Even so then at this present time also, there is a remnant saved according to the election of grace.

Quotes on Grace by the Saints

What was the first rule of our dear Savior's life? You know if was to do his Father's will. Well, then, the first purpose of our daily work is to do the will of God; secondly, to do it in the manner he wills; and thirdly, to do it because it is his will. We know certainly that our God calls us to a holy life. We know that he gives us every grace, every abundant grace; and though we are so weak of ourselves, this grace is able to carry us through every obstacle and difficulty.  -- St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

God resists the proud, but gives grace to the humble -- James 4:6 

Let us therefore pray to our Lord Jesus Christ that he give us the grace to seek His Kingdom and to build within ourselves a moral Jerusalem. By doing this, we will be able to merit our place in the heavenly Jerusalem to sing Alleluia in its streets with all the saints and angels. But the One whose Kingdom is eternal for all ages must help us to do so.  - St. Anthony

Oh! Could you but see the beauty of a soul in the grace of God, you would be so much enamored of it that you would do nothing else but ask souls of God; and, on the contrary, could a soul in mortal sin be placed before your eyes, you would do nothing but weep, and you would hate sin more than the devil himself, and always pray for the conversion of sinners. --Saint Mary Magdalene de Pazzi

The path of virtue is painful to nature when left to itself; but nature, assisted by grace, finds it easy and agreeable. - Ven. Louis de Granada

The greatest security we can have in this world that we are in the grace of God, does not consist in the feelings that we have of love to Him, but rather in an irrevocable abandonment of our whole being into His hands, and in a firm resolution never to consent to any sin great or small. --Saint Francis of Sales

Grace is nothing else but a certain beginning of glory in us. -- St. Thomas Aquinas

O God, do not leave me. I have done nothing good in your sight, but according to your goodness, let me now make a beginning of good. - St. Arsenius

In your prayers, if you would quickly and surely draw upon you the grace of God, pray in a special manner for our Holy Church and all those connected with it. - St. Louis de Blois

Few souls understand what God would accomplish in them if they were to abandon themselves unreservedly to Him and if they were to allow His grace to mold them accordingly. -- St. Ignatius Loyola

God gives each one of us sufficient grace ever to know His holy will, and to do it fully. - St. Ignatius of Loyola

What beauty? I don’t see my beauty at all; I see only the graces I’ve received from God. You always misunderstand me; you don’t know, then, that I’m only a little seedling, a little almond. -  Saint Therese of Lisieux

Blessed the one whose thought has been with grace, like a cloud filled with rain, and which waters souls for the increase of fruits of life; his praise will be for everlasting glory. - St. Ephrem of Syria

Sickness is a great grace of God; it teaches us what we are; in it we recognize the patient, humble, and mortified man. When sickness weakens and mortifies the body, the soul is better disposed to raise herself up to God. - St. Paul of the Cross

Do you want the Lord to give you many graces? Visit Him often. Do you want Him to give you few graces? Visit Him rarely. Do you want the devil to attack you? Visit Jesus rarely in the Blessed Sacrament. Do you want him to flee from you? Visit Jesus often. Do you want to conquer the devil? Take refuge often at the feet of Jesus. Do you want to be conquered by the devil? Forget about visiting Jesus. My dear ones, the Visit to the Blessed Sacrament is an extremely necessary way to conquer the devil. Therefore, go often to visit Jesus and the devil will not come out victorious against you. - St. John Bosco


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