Today, at 3:20 PM CST, I was notified that Someone’s Medicare has been retroactively restored back to December, 2017! All $108,000 of claims that were denied will be reprocessed–and paid–starting in a few weeks. A tremendous weight has been taken off of my shoulders. To Him goes all of the Glory.
For over a solid month and condensed down to a final 266 pages of research and documents, I had (and still have) taped a print out of the original painting of the Divine Mercy that Saint Faustina had painted in 1934 over my computer desk. It was into these very eyes that I looked for guidance, inspiration and strength to continue what was a grueling process. (To view the whole painting, Click Here. It is huge (life-size) so I only could print out a portion of it.)
I know those of you who know what happened will celebrate this blessing with us —-and it is truly a blessing. Grateful is just the beginning of emotions that I feel. No matter how things look/appear, remember to stand in absolute faith. There is more to this world than we can see with our eyes.
We love you very, very much and thank you for your love and kindnesses.
PS A prayer can be even be a simple “Thank you” or “I love you.” Don’t feel that you cannot connect with the Divine Source of all things (that is pure Love) because you don’t know formal prayers. Love is all around you.
“I promise that the soul that will venerate this image will not perish,” Jesus told Faustina, according to her diary, which has been studied and authenticated by the Church over several decades. “I also promise victory over enemies already here on earth, especially at the hour of death. I myself will defend it as My own glory.” (Diary 48)
Jesus is shown in most versions as raising his right hand in blessing, and pointing with his left hand on the Sacred Heart from which flow forth two rays: one red and one pale. The depiction contains the message Jesus I trust in you (Polish: Jezu ufam Tobie). The rays streaming out have symbolic meaning: red for the blood of Jesus (which is the Life of Souls), and pale for the water (which justifies souls) (Diary 299). The whole image is a symbol of charity, forgiveness and love of God, referred to as the “Fountain of Mercy“. According to the diary of Saint Faustina, the image is based on her 1931 vision of Jesus.
To read more, go to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Divine_Mercy_image
To listen to the Chaplet of the Divine Mercy, Click Here. (Just close your eyes and listen to it. It is about 20 minutes long and one of the most beautiful prayers I’ve ever heard.)
PPS I would also like to send a special “Thank you” to Texas Senator John Cornyn’s office for making an inquiry into this situation. Truly grateful.