Saturday, February 28, 2009

*Meditate..........February 28



"Jesus told me that I please Him best
by meditating on His sorrowful Passion,
and by such meditation
much light falls upon the soul."

Saint Maria Faustina


On the card are words written by Abbe (Father) Henri Perreyve, a French priest who suffered and died at about age 34 in 1865:"I adore Thee, Lord Jesus, expiring on the cross for the salvation of all men. I adore Thee and I love Thee, dying for my salvation."

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Friends,

On the card are words written by Abbe (Father) Henri Perreyve, a French priest who suffered and died at about age 34 in 1865:

"I adore Thee, Lord Jesus, expiring on the cross for the salvation of all men. I adore Thee and I love Thee, dying for my salvation."

John
PS to Micki: I added a (tardy) translation for yesterday's card this morning.

Prayerflowers said...

Dear Sweet Micki,
Thank you from the bottom of my heart for sharing the beautiful pictures you do.
John thank you so much for posting the translation of the words. I am in awe this morning Praising God for His blessings.
God bless you Sweet Micki
Love,
Prayerflowers

Micki said...

John - What a beautiful translation. Certainly adds to the meaning of the holy card. Thank you.

Prayerflowers - My prayers and love bounce back to you via our angels. We keep them busy huh?

Adrienne said...

Beautiful card...

Anonymous said...

I have the same card and finally, a Huge Thank you to John for the translation from French into English. I often wondered the meaning of these beautiful words. A peacefille evening to all! John K.

Soutenus said...

Micki,
I was searching for the "perfect graphic" for a post on healing . . . one of your beautiful cards came up in a google search (from 10-20-07). I used it with a source credit back to you.
Thank you for the consistent, beautiful blog you share with us. Blessings!!!

aspiring f.o.o.L. said...

John K,

The site below is a multi-purpose language translator you might be interested in, by Google.

http://translate.google.com/translate_t#

Versatile, user friendly, lots of languages.
I have links to this one plus to a website translator, on the side bar of my site as a matter of fact.

When I have translated my own writing to another language, then performed a reverse translation, I have discovered distortion of meaning. 5lang and long sentences can be disastrous. Reverse translation is a great quality check.

Beautiful, beautiful card, Micki.

Good Sunday!

Micki said...

Adrienne - So glad you enjoy.

John K. - I love hearing when others have the same card..glad we can enjoy together.

Soutenus - I'm always happy when these cards can be shared with others...thank you. I like to hope that everytime someone looks at one of the cards they say a small prayer of love to our Lord and His Holy Family.

Aspiring f.o.o.L - Thank you for your recommended translating site. I'm sure others will enjoy knowing this.

Anonymous said...

You're welcome, John K.
Thanks, everyone.
John

Faustina said...

My name is Faustina. :)