Lent 32 ~ Always Heard and Answered


The prayer most pleasing to Me is prayer for the conversion of sinners. Know, My daughter, that this prayer is always heard and answered.   ~  Jesus to St Faustina Kowalska, Diary, Divine Mercy in My Soul, Entry 1397

          It is never an easy thing for me to pray for someone’s conversion. If it does come easily, it is because I have not suffered at this person’s hands, the pain of their darkness not having pierced me.

Remember O Christian soul, that thou has this day…   ~  St Augustine

          Today, hearing about someone who had hurt a friend at work, I had the choice to choose between anger or to pray for the other person’s conversion. Of course, I sought the flames first. But as the fire caught the field, I sensed a tiny bud open its petals ever so slightly in the depths of my spirit.

Pray for his conversion

          And so I did, this time falling more easily into an old, mystical prayer which promises conversion when it is prayed from roots of contrition and faith,

O Blood and Water that gushed forth from the heart of Jesus, as a fount of mercy for us, I trust in You.


  1. Wishing you blessings! Those little buds within do open beautifully with the skilled master gardener’s hand…God is always there, the Holy Spirit interceding for us day in and day out. His gardens are vast and who knows where the blooms will rise up…perhaps, a field of flowers will burst into being. We do not know. We only trust in God’s heavenly mercy.

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