Consoling the Heart of Jesus

In August of 2017, I finished, for the second time the book, 33 Days to Merciful Love by Fr. Michael Gaitley MC. It is a journey of daily learning more and more about how St. Therese of Lisieux, through her little way, came to make her offering to Jesus as Merciful Love.
She explained that Jesus’ heart is constantly pouring out graces but hardly anyone is receiving and enjoying them in their lives. Just imagine how His heart must grieve at the sight of all the agonizing souls in the world who only have to turn and see, accept and trust in order to revel in this abundance of grace.  So St. Therese asked Jesus to give her those excess graces in order that she could take them and spread them far and wide in her circle of influence.
If only all of we, who are privileged to be in the know about this, would do the same. We can ask the help of Mother Mary, who is the first perfect human channel of grace,  to take us completely into her hands and ”make us channels of these very graces for the whole world” and console the heart of Jesus.

Published by diannespinoza

I am a middle school science teacher, mom of five boys and one girl, wife of one wonderful man since 1991. We live in Forest Grove, Oregon and I teach in Hillsboro at South Meadows Middle School. I am first of all a follower of Jesus, a lover of His Mama and striving to submit myself daily to the Father's Divine Will. Second of all I love my family and seek to serve my husband and children in the best ways possible. Finally, I am an enthusiastic integrator of blended classroom learning, with aspirations to teach my students how to read, write and speak competently about the Science concepts they are learning with an aim to their life-long flourishing.

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