Mercy Minutes with Jesus (from Saint Faustina’s Diary)

June 16 ~ My Agonizing Heart

Theme:  The United Hearts of Jesus and Saint Faustina

“After Holy Communion, I turned my gaze with trust toward the Lord and told Him, ‘Jesus, I so much desire to tell You something.’ And the Lord looked at me with love and said, ‘And what is it that you desire to tell Me?’

“‘Jesus, I beg You by the inconceivable power of Your mercy, that all the souls who will die today escape the fire of hell, even if they have been the greatest sinners. Today is Friday, the memorial of Your bitter agony on the Cross; because Your mercy is inconceivable, the Angels will not be surprised at this.’

“Jesus pressed me to His Heart and said, ‘My beloved daughter, you have come to know well the depths of My mercy, I will do what you ask, but unite yourself continually with My agonizing Heart and make reparation to My justice. Know that you have asked Me for a great thing, but I see that this was dictated by your pure love for Me; that is why I am complying with your requests.’(Mercy Minutes with Jesus/Diary, 873)

My prayer response:

Lord Jesus, may I pray with boldness and trust in You as Saint Faustina did. May I hear the beautiful words that she heard from You as I make reparation to Your Divine Justice. (Mercy Minutes with Jesus)

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Please Comment, Like and Share, and Suggest to your Facebook friends – to spread the message of God’s Merciful Love.

Por favor Comente, Le Gusta y Comparta, y Sugiera a tus amigos en Facebook – en difundir el mensaje del Misericordioso Amor de Dios.

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