The first time I heard of the Chaplet of
Divine Mercy was from Sister Henrietta. I was a little boy at the time when Sister
came over to our family and taught us this prayer. And I loved it. Why? Because it was
shorter than the Rosary. You see every night before we would go to bed, mom and
dad, they would gather us seven kids into the family room and we’d say the Rosary.
Which was 20 minutes long! So when sister taught us his prayer, it cut her family
prayer time down by at least 50%. So I thought god bless you sister Henrietta.
Since then, I’ve grown to love the Chaplet for another reason. Because it
gives us access the wonderful mercy of God St. Faustina, polish nun, had a number of mystical experiences with Jesus. It was
through these encounters with him, that she received the chaplet a Divine Mercy.
Jesus told Saint Faustina that those who would recite the chaplet would receive
tremendous graces. This is one reason why I wanted to do the video, to raise
awareness of this powerful prayer, given directly to us from God. So what are some
of the promises? Number one the promise of defence. Jesus promises, to a dying
person, that he will be their defence upon death, if they say the chaplet. And
if we say the chaplet on their behalf, we can obtain this grace for them. Number two, the promise of mercy. Jesus promises great mercy at the hour of death. That he will stand between his father and the dying person, not as a just judge but as the merciful Saviour. Number three, the promise of hope. Jesus asked priest
recommend this prayer to sinners as their last hope of salvation. Jesus said
that even if a person was most hard to God, if they recited the chaplet only
once, they would receive grace from His infinite mercy Number four, the promise to answer prayers. Jesus also revealed he grants
unimaginable grace’s to those who trusted in his mercy. And said through the Chaplet
you will obtain everything if what you ask for is compatible with my will. Now, what a promise! That we would receive everything we asked for, when saying the Chaplet, if it is compatible with the will of God. So is there something, that you’ve been praying about for a long time but, but just not seen
any change. Perhaps saying the Chaplet for that intention, is something to
consider. In the chaplet of Divine Mercy we have the promise of defense the promise of Mercy, the promise of hope and the promise of answered prayers. I love the Chaplet. It’s quick. It’s simple, and it’s powerful. So my friends let us say this Chaplet often, so that God can pour into our
lives grace to change us, making us into the Saints, we are called to be.