Reflection 6: Image of Divine Mercy

Note: Reflections 1-10 provide a general introduction to the Diary of Saint Faustina. Starting on January 11 we will begin to ponder it’s content with citations to the Diary with Reflection 11.

The Diary of Saint Faustina calls us to a new form of devotion in various ways.  The first way is through meditation on the sacred image of The Divine Mercy.  Saint Faustina was asked by Jesus to have an image of His merciful love painted for all to see. It’s an image of Jesus with two rays shining forth from His Heart. The first ray is blue indicating the font of Mercy coming forth through Baptism and the second ray is red indicating the font of Mercy poured forth through the Blood of the Holy Eucharist. During this year discover this image, place it in your home and ponder its meaning.

Ponder, today, the image of The Divine Mercy.  Ponder, especially, the fact that no image will even come close to expressing the full depth of love pouring forth from the Heart of our Saviour.  Grow in a desire for that Mercy as you ponder this sacred image.

Lord, You have poured out upon the world Your infinite Mercy coming forth from Your divine Heart. May I bask in that Mercy now and always. Jesus, I trust in You.

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