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Conversations with the Merciful God: From the Diary of Saint Maria Faustina


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HASH(0x90b51420) out of 5 stars Awesome booklet about Jesus's infinite mercy 13 Nov. 2011
By Ram - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
A must read. This small booklet contains excerpts from the Diary of Sister Faustina, a polish nun, whom Pope John Paul II championed her sainthood. In her prayers to Jesus, He revealed many things to her about his infinite mercy which she was told to write down in her diary for us to read. Although all Christians (Catholic, Lutheran, Church of Christ, Baptist, etc.) understand that we are all called to an intimate relationship with Jesus, and the scriptures reveal a God so full of love that he sacrificed himself for us, we don't see such a concise example of exchange of tender dialog between Jesus and a soul here on earth as is found in this booklet. Jesus tells Sister Faustina to write down the conversation Jesus has between himself and a person at different stages of their christian walk:

With a sinful soul,
With a Desparing soul,
With a Suffering Soul,
With a Soul Striving for Perfection,
With a perfect soul.

Christians, this will give you much more insight into Jesus's infinite mercy and examples of how you can share anything with Him.

Non-Christians, this will show you a savior with an ocean of mercy to which you are entitled.
Excerpt from a sinfull soul-

Soul: Lord, I doubt that You will pardon my numerous sins; my sisery fills me with fright.

Jesus: My mercy is greater than your sins and those of the entire world. Who can measure the extent of My goodness? For you I descended from heaven to earth; for you I allowed Myself to be nailed to the cross; for you I let My Sacred Heart be pierced with a lance, thus opening wide the source of mercy for you. Come, then, with trust to draw graces from this fountain. I never reject a contrite heart. Your misery has disappeared in the depths of My mercy. Do not argue with Me about your wretchedness. You will give me pleasure if you hand over to Me all your troubles and griefs. I shall heap upon you the treasures of My grace.

The intro to this booklet says it well: ...sin ultimately has no power, because Christ already suffered and died for it, already destroyed it.

What I have to do is turn back to God (which is what "repentance" really means) and allow His forgiveness to flow into my heart. He won't force it on me. I have to ask for it, knowing that He loved me so much that He really has already forgiven my sin -- no matter how bad it is.

It has nothing to do with my deserving forgiveness. It has to do with my recognizing that God's love is greater than my sin.

Can a 32 page booklet change your life? This one did mine.
HASH(0x90b510fc) out of 5 stars prayer book 27 Oct. 2013
By tenkan5 - Published on Amazon.com
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