I dare and live Nativity
I will live nativity
I would like first to address my Franciscan brothers in Egypt , the whole Franciscan family in Egypt and all the fans of St. Francis of Assisi and all those who see the real love of God in the time of Nativity .
My brothers and sisters and I dare live Nativity.
I dare despite ..
– All the challenges of ordinary life of pain and sorrow.
– Protests against the affairs of the earth whatever economic, social and political as well as things can seem inhuman.
Despite all this I dare and live Nativity …
This courage is the starting point of faith in God’s love for us in that human , earthly and worldly nature is opposed , and has led us to look through eyes that seem negative and pessimistic and assuming despair at certain times , but today we are the time of the Nativity and the true encounter of God’s love for humanity. We , the little flock that are an integral part of the human body located in all corners of the world , to proclaim God’s love for all.
And the Nativity is to have the key to transformation and change for us as those we encounter in this world and especially in our Egyptian society that has so much need us.
“I believed and therefore I spoke ”
Beloved, our always filled with hope and experiences offered by God in the events of our daily life faith. I wish you all , as I wish, to express and experience everything we have tested the faith, God is always able to give us peace , love and tranquility as he gave the world the birth of the baby Jesus.
Just see all events and all worldly affairs which are also created by God with the eyes of faith filled with hope.
I congratulate you and thank you for any help , support, cooperation , for the love and gratitude that you have expressed and that you continue to submit it to us .
May the Lord bless your steps and you always make an instrument of peace to those you meet and according to our beloved St. Francis of Assisi :
“Lord, make me an instrument of your peace ”
Successful Nativity leading to holiness
Father Kamal LABIB
Franciscan brothers in Egypt