humble thy self—if you really want to understand…

“This is the great work of man:
always to take the blame for his own sins before God and
to expect temptation to his last breath.”

St. Anthony of the Desert


(artwork by Marcel van Luit)

“My daughter, love has brought Me here, and love keeps Me here.

My daughter, if you knew what great merit and reward is earned by one act of pure love for Me,
you would die of joy.

I am saying this that you may constantly unite yourself with Me through love,
for this is the goal of the life of your soul.

This act is an act of the will.

Know that a pure soul is humble.

When you lower and empty yourself before My majesty,
I then pursue you with My graces and make use of My omnipotence to exalt you.”

St. Maria Faustina Kowalska, p.244
An Excerpt From
The Diary of St. Faustina

11 comments on “humble thy self—if you really want to understand…

  1. Melissa Zelniker-Presser says:

    I love Divine Mercy! Have you ever prayed the divine mercy chaplet??? It is incredible!

  2. Melissa Zelniker-Presser says:

    Jesus, I trust in you!

  3. atimetoshare.me says:

    What a beautiful image – the strength and majesty of the lion and the fragility and beauty of the butterflies. Love it!

  4. oneta hayes says:

    Good morning, Julie. Thanks for the visit already. I do love this picture. The Lion of Judah with such a tender heart!

  5. Amen! Thank you for reminding us to keep our hearts and attitudes in check! ☺️❤️❤️

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