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  1. Christ our Lord in the Holy Pastors revealed His love for us, may you never be deprived of the care He shows through them. Through His sacred ministers, He is present in our midst as the shepherd of our souls, may He never cease to guide you through their teachings and encouragement.
  2. God has loved the world as to give us His only Son; an immeasurable gift through which we are called to the beauty of the salvation of our souls. May you be blessed with the wisdom, understanding and divine inspiration to be a beneficiary of His divine gift to mankind.
  3. Our human nature of fallen man with its weakness, woes, needs, sorrows, tears, weariness, pains, and death, He took to make us whole. Those who believe in His saving grace will have eternal peace. Same peace I wish you as we celebrate His birth. May His peace and love abide with you. Merry Christmas!
  4. You are highly appreciated and highly favoured as we mark the closing of the year 2013 and the beginning of the year 2014. May you sing the glorious praises of our God through all your days in the year 2014 and beyond; that your works may prosper and your spirit renewed and forever be blessed through His desire for you.
  5. The Epiphany of The Lord, brings to mind the uniqueness of God's precious gift of eternal life to mankind, through the birth of Our Saviour. May you be solemnly led by the Holy Spirit to the realization of God's desire for you this year.
  6. "Now I will tell you of new things even before they begin to happen", says the Lord. May your ears never be blocked to hear His voice when He speaks to you. And may you always be reminded of God's undying love for you, through the Baptism of our Saviour Jesus Christ. Amen.
  7. Trust in the Lord to defend your course; for He is the source of your strength. May you be made a light to our nation and a source of inspiration to people around you; for He has made you a servant, to bring back His people to Him. Amen
  8. May the Lord guide you always ; May you be like a wellwatered garden, like a spring whose waters never fail. When you cry for help, may the Lord always say, "Here am I".
  9. FOR ALL MOTHERS ON MOTHERING SUNDAY: May peace come to you. Peace amid the noise and chaos of active children. Peace amid the silence and the absence. Peace with the choices you have made, the paths taken and the ones not taken. Peace with the grief you have endured. May peace come to you, and may you greet it and welcome it, and make a place for it to live within you. May peace find a home in you, and from that home, may peace venture widely over this earth.
  10. "Anyone who believes in me, even though that person dies, will live, and whoever lives and believes in me will never die", says the Lord. Now to you from Him Who is, and Who was, and Who is to come from Jesus Christ, Who is the faithful witness, the firstborn from the dead and the ruler of the kings of the earth, May Grace and Peace abound.
  11. And now, may the Man of Sorrows who came to reclaim ruined sinners, who sealed your pardon with His blood, and made a full atonement for helpless we, bless you from Zion all the days of your life, and direct your hearts into God's love and into the steadfastness of Christ.
  12. May God in His mercy, give you the grace to be repositioned in the right location (released from the doubts and deceptions of worldliness) that His resurrection power may reach and touch all your dead situations. So that you may arise from slumber and all forms of paralysis and begin to soar again like an eagle on the wings of the Holy Spirit. Amen
  13. May the one who grants pardon for our sin and a peace that endures, and whose own presence guides and cheers, strengthen and protect you from the evil one. Amen!
  14. May goodness and loving kindness follow you all the days of your life, may His loving-kindness and truth continually preserve you, so that you can say, the Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want.
  15. May the Lord grant you the love that leads the way, the faith that nothing can dismay, the hope no disappointments can dismay, and the passion that burns like fire. Amen!
  16. May the Lord your God, our help in ages past, and our hope for years to come, be your guard while troubles last, and lead you by His Spirit to His eternal truth. Amen.
  17. Go equipped by His Grace, surrounded by salvation’s walls. Let nothing shake your sure repose, for no man has laid such a firm foundation, other than the one, which is laid in Christ Jesus the Lord.
  18. "And now O Lord, through the power of your spirit at Pentecost, rain down righteousness; let salvation spring up, let righteousness grow with it; so that your people may be mature and complete, never lacking anything". This we pray through Christ Jesus. Amen!
  19. Go, may the Lord establish you as a holy people to Himself, may He hover over you as an eagle over its young, who spreads its wings and catches them and carries them on its pinions to the end that you who have put your hope in Christ Jesus would be to the praise of His glory. (Ref: Deut. 32:11, Eph. 1:12)
  20. Therefore, since you have received a kingdom, which cannot be shaken by the Lord who said, “My cities will again over flow with prosperity, the Lord will again comfort Zion and choose Jerusalem”. May the same Lord fill you with gratitude by which you may offer services acceptable with reverence and awe. Amen! (Ref: Heb. 12:28, Zech. 1:17).
  21. May the Lord show kindness to you; May the Lord grant you rest; May those who dwell in your house be blessed; May they ever be praising the Lord. Amen. (Ref: Ruth 1:8,9, Psalm 84:4).
  22. As we kindle our harvest light today, may Christ set you on fire, burn from you all that dims your light, kindle answering flame in lives around you that darkness may be driven back into this world, transforming it with love. Amen! (Ref: John 1:7).
  23. As the good seed that fell on rich soil, may the Lord prosper your work and defend you, may His goodness and mercy attend you, may you ponder anew what the Almighty will do, that you may rejoice with all your heart and never again fear any harm. Amen! (Ref: Zephaniah 3:14,15).