Yes, its often unexpectedly, and at His time and not ours. However, when we are to pray daily, does it then become His time?
Today I was starting to read a bit more at the beginning of St Faustina’s Diary, and one of her writings stood out for me:
“You bless whoever approaches Your rays,
And a soul all black will turn into snow.”
As I was reading this, I looked up at the crucifix in my home, and I felt transfixed and pure joy filled me.
All I can say is that He must really love her and just to read her diary must bring blessings with it.
I’m thinking that a new way for me to go deeper is to just read some of St Faustina’s writings then and to meditate onto them.
Its as if today, God said to me that this is exactly what He desires me to do.
When saying the rosary, at the 5 sorrowful mysteries, I thought of His wounds after reading this diary verse.
It brought me to really be able to focus on this piercing of His side and to think of the fount of mercy that flowed for all mankind!
So we can meditate onto scripture, and apparently as His Spirit showed to me today, onto the writings of the Saints as well.
“May praise of Gods mercy pour from every heart,
Now, and at every hour, and forever and ever.”