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“Heaven and earth may change, but God’s mercy will never be exhausted.”
(Diary of Saint Maria Faustina Kowalska, 72)
We have seen our world change so much recently. Talk of wars, famines, and many other evils bring unpredictability and fear to our days. Do you ever find yourself wondering what more could possibly happen?
St. Maria Faustina Kowalska likely felt much the same way living in Poland in the 1930s, the effects of World War I ever-present in her life. Sister Faustina was a nun in a convent of the Congregation of Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy. She came from a humble background and lacked much of her formal education. While she took on the lowliest of tasks in her convent, Sister Faustina received the greatest revelations from God, including the prayers for the Chaplet of Divine Mercy.
“I desire to grant unimaginable graces to those souls who trust in My mercy.” (Diary, 687)
It is especially during these turbulent times that we must trust in God’s mercy. Changes in our lives and across the globe can tempt our hearts to fear and resentment, but there is a better path. We can choose to trust in mercy, God’s mercy.
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