St Faustina wrote a small prayer in her diary that really touched me. She said "With the trust and simplicity of a small child, I give myself to You today, O Lord Jesus, my Master. I leave You complete freedom in directing my soul. Guide me along the paths You wish. I won't question them. I will follow You trustingly. Your merciful Heart can do all things" --228--
Christ tells her "My love has taken possession of your soul, and I want you to be confirmed in it. Bring your ear close to My Heart, forget everything else, and meditate upon My wondrous Mercy. My love will give you the strength and courage you need in these matters" --229--
Wouldn't it be great to just fall into His mercy? To totally give yourself over to Him and totally trust in Him. To be able to unquestionably begin your day, your prayers with 'Thy will be done'??
I always struggled with that 'Thy will be done' when my daughter was in the hospitals. Heck, that is something I've always struggled with. I was never sure of His Will, honestly. What if He wanted something I didn't want? That is funny, huh? Then I had the audacity to think that just because I didn't say "Thy will be done" that my will would prevail?
Well, with this new Pentecost I charge you to accept His Divine will and Mercy. Trust Jesus that His will is always for your good. ALWAYS. Check out Romans 8:28 if you need Scriptural assurance of that.
ROMANS 8:28 "We know that all things work for good for those who love God,* who are called according to his purpose."