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

February 13 ~ A Priest after My Own Heart

Theme:  Spiritual Directors and Confessors

“[August 30, 1937] Reverend Father Sopocko left this morning. When I was steeped in a prayer of thanksgiving for the great grace that I had received from God; namely, that of seeing Father, I became united in a special way with the Lord who said to me, ‘He is a priest after My own Heart; his efforts are pleasing to Me. You see, My daughter, that My will must be done and that which I had promised you, I shall do. Through him I spread comfort to suffering and careworn souls. Through him it pleased Me to proclaim the worship of My mercy.

‘And through this work of mercy more souls will come close to Me than otherwise would have, even if he had kept giving absolution day and night for the rest of his life, because by so doing, he would have labored only for as long as he lived; whereas, thanks to this work of mercy, he will be laboring till the end of the world.’(Mercy Minutes with Jesus/Diary, 1256)

My prayer response:

Lord Jesus, thank You for choosing Father Sopocko to proclaim the worship of Your Mercy. Please guide me in sharing with others the depths of Your Divine Mercy. (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.

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

    1. Dorothy, please know that you and your prayer request concerning your COPD are in my daily offerings to our Heavenly Father. If what you are praying for is pleasing to the will of God, may He grant your request in His time and in His way according to His providential Love for you.

      Always remain close to God in personal sanctity, living a virtuous life, and always persevere in your daily prayers.

      And remember always the words of St. Padre Pio, “Pray, hope, and don’t worry. Worry is useless. God is merciful and will hear your prayer.”

      Peace and God’s blessings, †
      Ed

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