Miracles In The Life Of Saint John Vianney-haywire

There were many miracles in the life of Saint John Vianney the Cure of Ars. The most famous possibly was surviving an attack by the devil which set his bed on fire. And the Miraculous appearance of Our Lady, but in addition there were two miracles that we want to tell you about today that you may not be familiar with. These two are the multiplication of the flour in the kitchen of La Providence, his school just across the street for his rectory, and the miracle of the wine. The Miracle of the Multiplication of the Flour. Once, at La Providence, there was not enough flour to bake even an oven full of bread. The mill couldn’t grind the wheat that had been sent over. There was just enough flour to bake three loaves of bread. When they had seen there was not enough flour to feed all the girls in the school, they went to John Vianney. He told them to use the little they had. They took the small amount of flour they had, and began to knead it. The trough filled, overflowing with dough as on days when they had a large sack of flour. Had John Vianney prayed Did he ask the Lord to multiply the loaves as He had, on the Mount of the Beatitudes? It is definite that a Miracle was granted by the Lord for the John Vianney’s spiritual children. Was it by his intercession? What do you believe? The Miracle of the Wine. One day, John Vianney came to his people, advising them a full cask of wine had split and the contents had spilled onto the sand floor. Sure enough, when they investigated, the cask was empty. They tried to retrieve whatever they could of the clearest wine from the sand. They were barely able to collect two little pails of clear wine. They poured what little they had into a cask which was nearly empty. To their amazement, they kept drawing from the cask for days, till there was nothing left! Beside the now empty cask was another cask of wine, half full. They decided to pour the 50 liters of wine from the half full cask, to the empty one beside it, which had a capacity to hold 200 liters of wine. Jokingly, one of the women teased, "See if the cask is full!" Imagine the look on her face when the other woman replied, "It is! Look, I can touch the wine with my finger." Object Lesson – Balloon Faith By: KenSapp – Balloons are enjoyed not only by children and youth, but by people of all ages. We see them at birthdays and celebrations throughout the year. And like many things we enjoy in the worl … Tags: Icebreakers – Clinging To God By: KenSapp – A clothespin is used to attach clothes to a clothesline. It can also serve as a reminder that we need to cling to our lifeline – we need to cling to God (Deuteronomy 13:4). And clothes … Tags: Object Lesson – The Key To Heaven By: KenSapp – A key is almost a universal symbol around the world. Keys promise access, freedom, transport, protection, and safety. A key is used to represent access to something of value just as a … Tags: Icebreakers – Valentine’s Day – If You Love Me By: KenSapp – This popular icebreaker game is a great discussion starter for Valentines Day and introducing the concept of God’s unmerited love for us. Tags: Youth Devotional – Superbowl Christians By: KenSapp – If you follow American Football, it’s going to be Superbowl Sunday in the United States this weekend. It’s one of the most watched sports events on television. Why not make it an oppo … Tags: Object Lesson – A Christian Superbowl Challenge By: KenSapp – The Superbowl is just around the corner. Use this game with youth as an introduction to the idea of the game of football as a metaphor for living the victorious Christian life. Tags: Youth Ideas – Popcorn Christians By: KenSapp – Popcorn is a seed that is hard and tasteless, until placed in the fire. And then the white goodness on the inside .es out for us to not only smell the aroma, but also to taste. It … Tags: Icebreakers – Thanksgiving Connections By: KenSapp – "Thanksgiving is an American Holiday when people .e together, treasure the relationships with those close to them, and thank God for his blessings over the past year. While the New Y … Tags: Know The Rosary Of Life By: david grow – Everyone talks about the name of God. But can the name of God be pronounced by mouth? No. It is the Word which is indivisible, eternal and vibrates within the life force. Tags: Bathe In The Ganges Of Knowledge By: david grow – We know from history that the culture of India is both ancient and eternal. The meaning of eternal is that which has no end. All our religious festivals give the same message: Un … Tags: 相关的主题文章: