Good evening from London, it’s been another great day in Soho where we’ve been praying and singing.
We started with the divine mercy chaplet for the people in Soho (particularly the homeless) at 3pm and it went from there.
During these times of difficulty it’s more important than ever to sow seeds of love, hope, prayer and joy in people’s eyes.
My friend Paddy is an expert and we belted out a song as we walked down the all but empty streets.
Paddy is an amazing man and despite a hard life has the most amazing faith. When he sings his soul comes alive and you can almost feel Jesus smiling.
Some people may judge Paddy or people like him from the way he dresses but if they only looked at how he prays, they may think twice.
As this singing mood had taken over I continued on the way home and I’m sure one or two people may think that I was either drunk or on drugs but hey!
It’s good to have a laugh and not take things too seriously at times and refocus on the fact that God is in control.
It’s also good to spread the joy even if that means recording silly videos and singing. At times, myself the first, we can take ourselves far too seriously and let fears and insecurities hold us back from sharing and making others smile.
And so as I thank God for a very fun and prayerful day I encourage you all too to be silly for Jesus! Go the extra mile, make someone smile and may the blessings and graces of God’s love penetrate the darkness and misery in so many hearts and bring them a little piece of heaven.
“No, I regret nothing”….”non, je ne regrette rien”!
God bless you all and I will be thinking and praying for you at adoration here tonight. Pray for me too and pray for all the homeless at this time.