“You will be hated by all because of my name, but whoever endures to the end will be saved.” (MT 10: 22)
We have no idea when “the end” will happen, so probably the only way to “endures to the end” is to reach every end with endures: end of the day, end of the training, end of the conversation, end of the getting up punctually, etc. We want to be on time—someday in the future, able to make 50 push-ups—maybe in 3 years, emotionally very stable—we dream about it, but we do not create any vision, we have no real motives and no strategy what to do today. The lack of “endures to the end” starts with no vision for the begging. Collins called it “start with the vision of the end,” we call it in our Programs—stop correcting your spouse—start with crystal clear vision for yourself: what kind of spouse you want to be for your spouse, take extreme ownership for your relationship, love your spouse unconditionally and “whoever endures to the end will be saved;” God will help him/her in everything.
“Blessed is he who comes in the name of the LORD: the LORD is God and has given us light.” (Gospel Acclamation)
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