At this point, our prayer life should be increasing exponentially. We spend a great deal of time in prayer, learning the word of God, and delving deeper into our faith. Each new revelation causes us to yearn for more.
We personally understand what St. Augustine meant when he wrote that our hearts our restless until the rest in Jesus. But this isn’t an agitated restless of the world, it is a desire—a hunger—to get ever closer to Christ.
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