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Pure love ... knows that only one thing is needed to please God: to do even the smallest things out of great love - love, and always love.
Patience, prayer and silence-these are what give strength to the soul.
Help me, O Lord, that my hands may be merciful and filled with good deeds, so that I may do only good to my neighbors.
Suffering is the greatest treasure on earth; it purifies the soul. In suffering, we learn who our true friend is.
O King of glory, though you hide your beauty, yet the eye of my soul rends the veil. I see the angelic choirs giving you honor without cease.
He who wants to learn true humility should reflect upon the Passion of Jesus. (267)
I demand from you deeds of mercy which are to arise out of love for me. You are to show mercy to your neighbors always and everywhere. You must not shrink from this or try to excuse yourself from it.
Entrust everything to Me and do nothing on your own, and you will always have great freedom of spirit.
God is very generous and does not deny His grace to anyone. Indeed he gives more than what we ask of Him. Faithfulness to the inspirations of the Holy Spirit-that is the shortest route.
How can one be pleasing to God when one is inflated with pride and self-love under the pretense of striving for Gods glory, while in fact one is seeking ones own glory?
My likeness to Jesus must be through suffering and humility.
Now you shall consider My love in the Blessed Sacrament. Here, I am entirely yours, soul, body and divinity, as your Bridegroom. You know what love demands: one thing only, reciprocity.
Love endures everything, love is stronger than death, love fears nothing.
I saw the abyss of my misery; whatever there is of good in me is Yours, O Lord. But because I am so small and wretched, I have a right to count on Your boundless mercy.
Suffering is a great grace; through suffering the soul becomes like the Saviour; in suffering love becomes crystallised; the greater the suffering, the purer the love.
I know well that the greater and more beautiful the work is, the more terrible will be the storms that rage against it.
Jesus, I trust in You.
It is You Jesus, stretched out on the cross, who gives me strength and are always close to the suffering soul. Creatures will abandon a person in his suffering, but You, O Lord, are faithful.
Sufferings, adversities, humiliations, failures and suspicions that have come my way are splinters that keep alive the fire of my love for You, O Jesus.
The greatest misery does not stop Me from uniting Myself to a soul, but where there is pride, I am not there.
Mankind will not have peace until it turns with trust to My mercy.
True love is measured by the thermometer of suffering.
I thank God for this illness and these physical discomforts, because I have the time to converse with the Lord Jesus.
A disobedient soul will win no victory, even if the Lord Jesus himself, in person, were to hear its confession.
Nothing is difficult for the humble.
O You Who are hidden, body, soul and divinity, Under the fragile form of bread, You are my life from Whom springs an abundance of graces; And, for me, You surpass the delights of Heaven.