My likeness to Jesus must be through suffering and humility.
Mary Faustina Kowalska
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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.
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He who wants to learn true humility should reflect upon the Passion of Jesus. (267)
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.
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