Sister Margaret Joseph Aull, OSU

Scriptures that Sister Margaret Joseph Aull left for us

We know that God makes all things work together for the good of those who have been called according to his decree. Those whom he foreknew he predestined to share the image of his Son, that the Son might be the first-born of many brothers. Those he predestined he likewise called; those he called also justified; and those he justified he in turn glorified. What shall we say after that? If God is with us, who can be against us? Is it possible that he, who did not spare his own Son but handed him over for the sake of us all, will not grant us all things besides?

Romans 8: 28-32


Never let evil talk pass your lips; say only the good things people need to hear, things that will really help them. Do nothing that will sadden the Holy Spirit with whom you were sealed against the day of redemption. Get rid of all bitterness, all passion and anger, harsh words, slander, and malice of every kind. In place of these, be kind to one another, compassionate, and mutually forgiving, just as God has forgiven you in Christ.

Ephesians: 4:29-32


All of you should be like-minded, sympathetic, loving toward one another, kindly disposed and humble. Do not return evil for evil or insult for insult. Return a blessing instead. This you have been called to do, that you may receive a blessing as your inheritance.

“He who cares for life and wants to see prosperous
days must keep his tongue from evil and his lips
from uttering deceit. He must turn from evil and
do good, seek peace and follow after it, because the
Lord has eyes for the just and ears for their cry;
but against evildoers the Lord sets his face.”

1 Peter: 3:8-12


Rejoice in the Lord always! I say it again, Rejoice! Everyone should see how unselfish you are. The Lord himself is near. Dismiss all anxiety from your minds. Present your needs to God in every form of prayer and in petitions full of gratitude. Then God’s own peace, which is beyond all understanding, will stand guard over your hearts and minds, in Christ Jesus.

Finally, my brothers and sisters, your thoughts should be directed to all that is true, all that deserves respect, all that is honest, pure, admirable, decent, virtuous, or worthy of praise. Live according to what you have learned and accepted, what you have heard me say and seen me do. Then will the God of peace be with you.

Phillipians: 4:4-9