The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus
Jesus appeared with His Sacred Heart revealed to St. Margaret Mary while she was at Eucharistic Adoration on Thursday night. This is why I have my Adoration time on Thursday night at 11 p.m. for the last 9 years.
This picture hung in our entryway just inside the front door of our family home when growing up. It had an effect on me I can remember til this day. This is why I now have that picture, given to me by my parents, in a frame at my place.
It was The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus that pulled me in from lukewarmness, deepened my faith, set my heart on fire with love for Him, and is the reason why I continue to embrace The Cross that I have carried through difficult times and lifted high in good times!
Take some time today, Friday, the Solemnity of The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, to learn a bit about this devotion. Contemplate how His Heart burns with love for us, was pierced for our transgressions, is profoundly sad for the sins committed against It by us, and is abandoned and lonely in the Real Presence on altars and in sanctuaries all over the world. Open your heart to His Sacred Heart!
May Peace and Love be yours today.
Please, if you need me to pray and place your intentions before the Lord in the Blessed Sacrament this evening, you may send them to me. They won’t be posted here, of course. You can even designate them “personal intentions”. I pray for many people and many things so feel free! God bless!!
Several nice, short testimonials about Eucharistic Adoration. Note the Bishop Sheen quote. I did read somewhere that Pope John Paul II wrote ALL his encyclicals with Jesus exposed in a monstrance nearby. Makes perfect sense to me!
I have found the following to be true: when you humble yourself there before The Lord, He can and does do wonderful things for your mind, heart, soul, and your spiritual life. Truly, He is The Divine Physician!
Same place, same time…always different. “You are The Christ, The Son of The Living God.” “My Lord and My God!” “It is good for us to be here.”
“Could you not stay with me for an hour?”
Over and over, I hear and see, personally, the same thing:
Perpetual Adoration = Relgious Vocations
I’ve have been spending an hour a week in The Real Presence of Our Lord since 2003. When I signed up, I knew the exact time to request: 11 pm, Thursday night. I did this in imitation of St. Margaret Mary, who did so at the request of Our Lord (She spent the entire night on her knees in Our Lord’s Presence.)
Eucharistic Adoration will inflame your heart and soul, changing you forever.