Church at Macau

 

I am not a fervent Catholic.

I know I do not have very strong faith; but I seek to be closer with God with each passing day.DSCF0783

The poor health and sufferings of the loved ones around me have brought me closer to the Lord.DSCF0784

I know God has His plan and may not agree with the things we ask for in our prayers.

Nevertheless, we pray, hoping that He may change his plan, hoping that those around us will suffer less and be closer to Him.

I like churches; I like the ambiance in the church; a place where I can sit quietly and pray; praying for those around us and indeed for the whole world.

Here are some pictures taken in the church, right in the center of the city in Macau.DSCF0785

I like altars, here are two pictures showing it.

I guess given Macau was a colony of Portugal, the churches may resemble some of those in Portugal.DSCF0786

Also shown is the interior and exterior of the church.

Hope you like them.

30 thoughts on “Church at Macau

  1. Nice, I know exactly how you feel. I do pray every night for our health and the health of family members, but lately I have just been thanking him for all that he has blessed us with.

  2. We are kindred spirits! The Bible says seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness and all these things will be added to you. It also says ask and keep on asking, Seek and keep seeking. We will find Him when we seek with all our hearts. God hides in plain view. I pray for eyes to see Him and ears to hear His voice. Being grateful is an awesome start! “-)

  3. Yes the architecture is very typically portuguese/spanish. You find the same churches in Brazil, or in Latin America. A nice selection Michael

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