Josemaría Escrivá Obras
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The day you no longer strive to draw others closer to God — since you ought to be a burning coal all the time — you will become a contemptible little piece of charcoal, or a little heap of ashes to be scattered by the slightest puff of wind.

—You have to be on fire; you need to be a thing that burns, producing flames of the love of God, of faithfulness and apostolate.

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