The Great Promise

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Jesus, St. Margaret Mary of Alacoque

“I promise you, in the excessive mercy of my Heart, that your omnipotent love will grant to all who receive the grace of final perseverance for the first nine consecutive Friday Fridays, they will not die in my misfortune, nor receive the sacraments, serving my Heart of secure asylum in that last hour. “

How much do we know about the Promise?
“It is not for you to know the time and the moment that the Father has established with his own authority. But you will receive the power of the Holy Spirit that will come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth. “
Having said this, the Apostles saw him rise, and a cloud hid him from their sight.
As they stood gazing up into the sky as Jesus ascended, two men dressed in white appeared to them,
Who said to them, “Men of Galilee, why do you keep looking up to heaven? This Jesus who has been taken from them and taken up into heaven will come in the same way that they have seen him go. ” (Acts 1: 1-11)
Jesus reveals to St. Margaret, in Paray le-Monial, that he offers his suffering for the salvation of all people, especially: “I want you to offer me for your salvation everything that they make you suffer” (1) p. 351 and 356.
Mr. Michon, the chaplain of the convent of Paray [1], indicates in his declaration of 1715 the ardor with which the Blessed responded to the repeated appeals that Our Lord made, so that he devoted himself entirely to reparation; “His patience in suffering great and continuing illnesses was amazing,” he says. The sisters could not tire of admiring their generosity and sweetness among so many pains. Insatiable to suffer, he offered himself continually to the Lord as a victim immolated in the fire of divine love, both for the atonement of his sins and those of his neighbor. “
[1] First volume, p. 320. Click to view
From the first revelation received from Jesus Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque, she would suffer the mystical experience of the sore from the side of Jesus on the first Friday of the month until her death.
These were the moments chosen by the Lord to manifest what he wanted from her and to tell her the secrets of her kind Heart. He asked for Reparation to the Heart of Jesus and communicated the promises to those who practiced and propagated this Reparation. Including the promise to those who receive the Eucharist on the nine first Friday of the month.
The main thing must be the love of Jesus and not only the promises linked to Him. These graces are communicated to those who:
Receive Holy Communion without interruption during the first nine consecutive month of Friday.
Honor the Sacred Heart of Jesus and reach final perseverance.
Offer each Holy Communion as an act of atonement for the offenses committed against the Blessed Sacrament.
Prayer: “O God, that in the heart of your Son, wounded for our sins, you have deposited infinite treasures of charity; We ask that, in rendering the tribute of our love, we offer a complete repair. Through Jesus Christ our Lord. R. Amen.
Sacred Heart of Jesus, I trust in You. “
Margaret tells us that Jesus made her these promises:
I will give you all the necessary graces in your state of life.
I will establish peace in their homes.
I will comfort you in all your afflictions.
I will be your refuge in your life and especially in death.
I will greatly bless all your enterprises.
Sinners will find in My Heart the source and the infinite ocean of mercy.
Warm souls will grow in fervor.
Fervent souls will attain greater perfection.
I will bless the home or place where My Heart is exposed and be honored.
I will give priests the gift of touching the most hardened hearts.
Those who propagate this devotion, will have their names written in My Heart, and of Him,
They will never be erased.
Nine First Fridays: I promise you, in the excess of my infinite mercy
Heart, which My almighty love will grant to all those who take nine
First Fridays of the month followed, the grace of final penance; They will not die in disgrace nor
Without receiving the sacraments; My Divine Heart will be your safe refuge at this last moment.
First revelation (1673): he discovers the wonders of his love and the secrets of his Heart. “My divine heart,” he says, “is so passionate with love for men that, being able to contain in the flames of his ardent charity, it is necessary that he pour them out on you and manifest himself to them to enrich them with the precious gifts” . The heart of St. Margaret is converted to contact with the Heart of Jesus, in a burning flame, a flame that comes from the heart of Jesus. Jesus takes it out and puts it back in the breast of the Saint, like a burning flame in the form of a heart. This flame will never be consumed.
Second revelation (1674): The Sacred Heart presented itself on a throne of flames, more splendorous than the sun (light), and transparent as crystal (purity), with the adorable wound, surrounded by thorns signifying the pangs produced by our Sins, and a cross on its top. The desire of the Lord is set in the heart of St. Margaret: devotion to His Heart is like the last effort of His love to embrace the cold world, the coldness of the heart of the

¿La Gran Promesa?

Jesús, Sta. Margarita María de Alacoque

“Yo te prometo, en la excesiva misericordia de mi Corazón, que su amor omnipotente concederá a todos los que comulguen nueve primeros Viernes de mes consecutivos la gracia de la perseverancia final; no morirán en mi desgracia, ni sin recibir los sacramentos, sirviéndoles mi Corazón de asilo seguro en aquella última hora”.

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