Publishing Announcement & Daily Prayer Requests

Over the past few decades, I have been involved with many different forms of ministry, including a healing ministry, ministering to the homeless, as well as reaching out to the infirm and aged in nursing homes. And, in responding to the inspirations from the Holy Spirit, I have found each different ministry very rewarding as a way of helping to build up the Body of Christ.

It has been almost ten years since I first answered our Lord’s call to minister to His children through this Evangelization Apostolate of God’s Divine Love and Mercy, which I also find very rewarding.

In the beginning, I began creating the daily posts, publishing them seven days a week for the first three or four years. I then began to take Saturdays off to spend time with family. And sometimes I would take Thursdays off to spend time with our Lord in Eucharistic Adoration.

These days, however, and due to the fact that I am in my 70’s, I oftentimes find it difficult to continue to post six days each week. Due to either personal conflicts or health matters, I am finding that I must restrict publishing to just five days each week, allowing myself to relax or to do what is necessary for family on both Fridays and Saturdays.

Even though I will not be posting two days each week (and sometimes three days due to intermittent health issues), I will still be checking daily for any new comments or prayer requests which you place on either Facebook or on our website, for I still reach out to our Heavenly Father daily for the needs of yourselves and your loved ones.

And always feel free to post your prayer requests for today as a comment to this post or any post I publish. Your needs and intentions will be included in our daily offerings throughout the day and at the 3 o’clock hour for Divine Mercy, and your requests will be personally offered to our Heavenly Father, having faith in the words our Lord spoke to Saint Faustina, “Through the chaplet you will obtain everything, if what you ask for is compatible with My will.” (Diary, 1731)

I sincerely wish each of you and your loved ones God’s peace and His many blessings,

Ed Cole

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