From UCA News:
Christians have faith in a God who wants to and is able to transform the world, conquering evil with good, Pope Francis said.
That is why “it makes sense to obey and abandon oneself” to God and his will, even during life’s most difficult moments, the pope said March 20 during his general audience in St. Peter’s Square.Continuing a series of talks about the Lord’s Prayer, the pope focused on the line, “Thy will be done.” It is the third petition in the prayer right after, “hallowed be thy name” and “thy kingdom come.” God’s Will — what he wants — is clearly illustrated throughout the Gospel, the pope said; it is “to seek out and save whoever is lost.”
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