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2 Pillars #20: Jesus Our Sovereign Good

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Uploaded by AirMaria on May 9, 2013

Jesus in the Eucharist is our sovereign Good, the Son of God and Son of Mary. Meditations read in front of the exposed Blessed Sacrament for our Daily Holy Hour at our Bloomington, Indiana friary from the two books: "Real Presence"¯ by St Peter Julian Eymard and "A Month with Mary"¯ by Fr. Dolindo Ruotolo Ave Maria! Day #8: Jesus MARY: I present Jesus to you this morning; he is my Son and he is the Son of God! He is the flower, the admirable, the prince of peace! Let your glance meet with his, "¦ and tell me if he is beautiful, if he is lovable! "¦ Do you not see Jesus? Jesus is Jesus because no beauty equals his, no love can describe him outside of his own love! "¦ Kiss this divine Heart, daughter; I give it to you so that you may love him, so that you may love him in greater depth! "¦ Rest on this adored Heart "¦ I give it to you so that it may appease your misery, so that it may eliminate it! Submerge yourself in this sea of mercies; I present it to you so that it may cancel your fearfulness and render you full of courage, with him. Do you not see Jesus? He is your divine gardener; it is he who loves you, who lovingly cares for you, who forgives you. Do you not hear how many words of love that he makes you hear from that Heart? You have contemplated him disfigured, dripping with blood, full of bitterness "¦ has he not undergone this for your love? You have admired him glorious and triumphant outside of the tomb "¦ did he not triumph in order to be your resurrection and life? Jesus, Jesus "¦ is your spouse! He binds you with bonds of love that can never be broken; he has offered you to his Father as part of his Heart "¦ do you not love your Jesus? THE SOUL: O Mary, the very name of Jesus makes me melt with love "¦ O how gentle and mild you are, O lovable Heart of Jesus! My fearfulness cannot endure before you because you are goodness "¦ O how I love you, Jesus! You are the God-man who became man for my love and precisely to stoop all the way down to me and to save me! Therefore expand your wounds, O Jesus; I want to heal my miseries in them! Open to me your divine Heart; I want to obtain from you love and virtue! I love you, O good Jesus, I love you and you gaze on me with eyes of mercy! O Mary, teach this poor heart of mine unlimited trust, total abandonment to a God so good! "¦ Jesus! how sweet your name is, how gentle is your love, how great is your mercy! ASPIRATION: O Jesus, I offer you my heart and my life; my Jesus, mercy! LITTLE WORK: Call upon the holy name of Jesus during the day and for the sake of his love deprive yourself of something you really like at table. About the Meditations To Download Audio go to http://airmaria.com?p=35484


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