"I desire that this image be displayed in public on the first Sunday after Easter." Words of Jesus to St. Faustina (Diary 88)
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Do you want to help make Jesus happy? Promote the Divine Mercy image of Jesus while driving to work. Help Him save souls. More than 1,000 people will see your bumper sticker in a years time. That's just 3 people a day! It could easily be 1,500 people per year. As Jesus says below, in return, you will experience mercy at the moment of your death. That's a promise you can bank on.
Why is this important? As Jesus told St. Faustina, many people go to hell because they do not know about His mercy. " Today, I heard the voice in my soul saying, Oh, if only sinners knew My mercy, they would not be perishing in such large numbers. Tell sinful souls not to be afraid to come to Me, tell them of My great mercy (Diary 1396).
Jesus asks us to "tell" others of His great mercy. A bumper sticker is an easy and effective way to help Jesus "tell" strangers about His Mercy! Or, buy a removable car magnet below.
Jesus promises you heaven as your reward! All the souls that worship My mercy and spread its praise, encouraging other souls to trust in My mercy, shall be spared the experience of dread at the hour of death. My mercy shall shield them in their last battle (Diary 1540).
As Jesus told St. Faustina, if you help promote My mercy to others, you will guarantee that you too will be saved. A promise to bank on!
Resources for Divine Mercy Sunday
Help Those In Need
“Whoever is generous to the poor lends to the Lord,
and he will repay him for his deed.”