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

July 10 ~ A Call to Humility and Honesty

Theme:  Lukewarm and Indifferent

(Continued)

“[These souls with whom I can do nothing] sense their emptiness, but they do not recognize their own guilt, while souls in whom I reign completely are a constant source of remorse to them. Instead of correcting themselves, their hearts swell with envy, and if they do not come to their senses, they plunge in even deeper.

“A heart, which thus far is envious, now begins to be filled with hate. And they are already at the edge of the precipice. They are jealous of My gifts to other souls, but they themselves are unable and unwilling to accept them.” (Mercy Minutes with Jesus/Diary, 1717b)

My prayer response:

Lord Jesus, help us to humbly and honestly recognize our own guilt. May we be open to correction from You and others. Please help us to turn to You, Lord, with trust and repent when we sin. Help us to reach out to those who have lost their way or are lukewarm and indifferent to Your gifts. (Mercy Minutes with Jesus)

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

2 thoughts on “Mercy Minutes with Jesus (from Saint Faustina’s Diary)

  1. I am in a nursing home and I have an 87 year old roommate.She often tells me how she has stopped praying.And she’s a Catholic, like myself.I pray that God will bless her, and tell me what to say to her.

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    1. Wendy, I just read your note. Pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet each day for her. Our Most Loving Father will receive your prayers for her, in spite of herself. What you will be doing is saving her soul from Hell, for this is the promise our Lord gave to Saint Faustina. She will have to spend time in Purgatory, but at least she will be saved through your intercessory prayers.

      She doesn’t need to know what you are doing, unless you feel inspired by the Holy Spirit to tell her.

      Peace and God’s blessings, †
      Ed

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