may I see your I.D., please?

It’s another Wednesday for Saint Maria Faustina KoWalska (what else,) with a brief reflection on the Divine Mercy of God:

(144)  I have noticed that, from the very moment I entered the convent, I have been charged with one thing; namely, that I am a saint.  But this word was always used scoffingly.  At first, this hurt me very much, but when I had risen above it, I paid no attention to it.  However, when on one occasion a certain person (perhaps Father Sopocko) suffered because of my sanctity, I was very pained that, because of me, others can experience some unpleasantness.  And I began to complain to the Lord Jesus, asking why this should be so, and the Lord answered me,  Are you sad because of this?  Of course you are a saint.  Soon I Myself will make this manifest in you, and they will pronounce the same word, saint, only this time it will be with love.

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hugs n’ holy blessings today and always!

3 thoughts on “may I see your I.D., please?

  1. I felt your hugs and blessings! We are the perfect age and in the perfect circumstances (regardless of the mess) to serve God. I heard a quote at church a couple of weeks ago that has stuck with me, “A miracle begins with a mess and ends with a message.” Let’s not be afraid of messes, but instead expectantly look for the message God would have us to share with others!

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    1. Thank you for your wisdom! I LOVE IT!! The Holy Spirit has an amazing way of bringing hearts (and hugs😊) together; thereby blessing us all as a result! I hope ours collide more often!
      The quote you shared affirms a blog I drafted…thank you for Serving God as His messenger affirming where He is leading me! A miracle is on the way!!! Hugs & Blessings to you, my new friend! 😇


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