TEACHING DELIVERED THROUGH
FRANCES MARIE KLUG
ON NOVEMBER 30, 1982

"PIETY IS PRACTICED MANY WAYS"

“When man hears the word ‘piety’, he associates it with a manner of prayer conforming to strictly a position of kneeling, or a manner of acting that expresses time of devotion in a prescribed way.

Piety can be a constant, normal, visible action in everyday living. Piety in reality is living a life of honor, dignity, and obedience to God’s Will.

Piety is expressed through obvious declarations of desire to be in the Presence of God at all times, also in expressions of Faith in God through speaking, acting and performing charitable acts of love, mercy, and hope.

All men can live lives of piety.  It is not that difficult, because piety, in its real sense, true and full expression of how God meant it to be, is in keeping with the normal actions men must perform in daily living.”

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