Our Lord to Marie Julie on Mercy
Our Lord (July 23, 1925): “It is so easy to please Me: a good will suffices Me, your trust in My mercy will erase everything, pardon all, there remains nothing but love as a beautiful white flame that rises and descends, the Beloved visiting His beloved, it is His beloved visiting its Beloved. Here is for Me My Heaven on earth: your beautiful souls who make reparation and compensate Me in receiving Me and visiting Me, (in the Blessed Sacrament). My little spouses, do you know what name I love so much? That on which I smile and My Heavenly Father is happy: Father of Mercy, it is My joy. You delight Me. It is My Name that I love because I am only Mercy. It is a joy for all of Heaven. Ask of Me under this beautiful name ‘Father of Mercy, grant me, accord me.’ You will feel in your souls a very sweet and penetrating grace, and I will add a sweet consolation.”
Marie-Julie confirmed there was never a time that she did not feel consoled whenever she invoked Our Lord’s mercy.
Those Who Trust in His Mercy will Die a Happy Death
Jesus confirmed to Marie-Julie (Date?) “Oh! My little souls, I am Judge only for the soul that refuses My Divine Mercy.”
Without Imperfections, there would be no need for Divine Mercy:
Our miseries draw more Mercy upon us when we ask for It, for love and trust in Christ’s Divine Mercy forgives our imperfections, which will be blown away:
The Sin of Blasphemy
Our Lady cried out to Marie-Julie on August 9, 1881 when warning her about the horrific days about to be unleashed on earth, mostly for punishment due to the sin of blasphemy, the utter disrespect and hatred for things of God:
“My children, it is blasphemy that brings hell on earth. I am in sorrow for the clergy. I see that, in a great amount and more of priests, the mind (or spirit) weakens every day.”
Heaven recommends we help make reparation whenever we see or hear the sin of blasphemy committed by saying a ‘Glory Be’:
“When you hear a blasphemy, say a ‘Glory Be’. It is a consolation for Heaven.” -(date?)
On Distractions During Prayer
Marie-Julie complained on October 21, 1924 that people seemed so distracted in prayer, often saying an ‘Our Father’ with the lips, but with little thought and not from the heart and often without respect. She asked Our Lady to teach her poor children how to pray better and Our Lady replied: “My little children, the Divine Father does not always stop distraction and little reflection. He knows poor humanity, (or, the poverty of humanity). A good will suffices for Him to give many graces and obtain His divine friendship, His holy friendship.”
In other words, God does not preserve us from distractions at all times and He understands our weak humanity. All we need is an earnest desire and good will to pray despite all the distractions in order for our prayers to have merit before Him and to gain graces.
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