Praise you and thank you for yesterday at O.L.P. and Dover, father. So many wonderful things happened and it was so good to see Joe.
Please give Jim the courage to tell Billy he loves him.
It’s so beautiful here at the park, father. Praise you for today.
Father, am I sincere? Am I really searching? Do I have all these gifts, most importantly the gift of faith? Please let it be so, father, please. — So quickly you’ve answered my questions. Praise you father. How I love you!
You said yesterday that we have one last chance as a community. Oh, I pray for us all — your children! Don’t allow us to fail. Don’t allow the evil one to gain ground. And, please, father, I beg you, don’t let me ever betray the community! Give me the strength of faith and the courage to do whatever you ask of me. You, most of all, know that I am nothing, but nothing and my need for you is so desperate. And if my mission is not one of great evangelism, let me at least be strength for the group and able to serve wherever I’m needed, even if it’s only doing dishes! Let our community grow in love, most especially in the love of you. Praise you, father.