The Blessings of the Divine Infant Jesus

Jesus is God, the Second Person of the Trinity. As a child, God-made-human is the eternal timeless God united to the human nature of himself as a child. And though the child passes through time and becomes an adult, the eternity of the Divine Nature means that the child Jesus can affect all times and places. So we can ask the intercession of Jesus, our Mediator, as an infant or child. And the eternal God forever exists united to the human nature of Christ as a child, within time in His human body, but eternally in His Divine Nature. So the divine Nature does not forget the human nature when He was a child, but He continues to bless humanity from His human nature as a child.

More importantly, Jesus on the Cross pours forth His graces upon all times and places, and forever blesses all Creation, especially the elect.

RLCJ

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2 Responses to The Blessings of the Divine Infant Jesus

  1. jbbt9 says:

    Thank you Ron.
    I know God blesses me through your words.
    You and yours are in my prayers.
    God bless

  2. David says:

    O Child Jesus, I have recourse to You through Your Holy Mother; I implore You to assist me in this necessity, for I firmly believe that Your Divinity can assist me. I confidently hope to obtain Your holy grace. I love You with my whole heart and my whole soul. I am heartily sorry for my sins, and entreat You, O good Jesus, to give me strength to overcome them. I am firmly resolved never to offend You again and to suffer everything rather than displease You. Henceforth, I wish to serve You faithfully. For love of You, O divine Child, I will love my neighbor as myself. O Jesus, omnipotent Child, I entreat You again to come to my assistance in this necessity. [Mention it here].Grant me the grace of possessing You eternally with Mary and Joseph and of adoring You with Your Holy Angels and Saints. Amen.
    (Prayer revealed to Venerable Fr. Cyril 1637.)

    May you all be blessed through the Child Jesus and St. Therese of Lisieux today!

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