Time of the Divine Mercy

13.12.2009

Lord Jesus:  (God’s nature is kindly) as wrote the Little Therese. I am a Benevolent God, a Gracious God, who is slow in punishment and indulgent in judgement, but beware of angering God. I do not want to be the Righteous Judge for you, because then My Father will stand before you and it will be too late to call upon My Mercy. Now is the time of conversion, the Time of My Mercy. Children, do not be afraid of Me. I will forgive everything. There is no sin so terrible that it would not be contained in the enormity of My Mercy, but beware of being indulgent towards yourselves because of My goodness. I, God, love you endlessly, but I also expect love from you. You can not hurt me to no end, and then count on a quick forgiveness. Do penance till there is still time. Pray to Me and to My Mother, and you will not perish when comes the One who will separate the wheat from the chaff.

(…) Behold, now is the Time of My Mercy for sinners. Let the most miserable soul not be afraid to come to Me, because now I will listen to everyone and you can obtain everything that is helpful for your souls and the souls of your loved ones. But do not forget about your enemies. Pray for them, because they too will obtain My Mercy and I will melt their hearts. Pray for the enemies of the Church, because they will cause you the most harm. I will protect My children.

(…) The best is to say the rosary, because My beloved Mother has her hands filled with graces from Me, and they are overflowing as She has no one to give them to. So pray to Her:

O Mother of God and our Mother, who have the abundance of God’s graces, look at me, a sinner, with an indulgent eye, hear my plea. Give me from Your Mercy and the Mercy of Jesus Christ streams of graces for which I piously ask you today for… Let his heart melt when immersed in the Most Precious Blood of the Lamb, so the Heavenly Father may recognise in him His Child when he will stand before His throne.

Amen.


Translated from : Kompendium z Orędzi na Czasy Ostateczne, które własnie nadeszły (z tomów 1-8), Warszawa 2010, p 57-58


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