Divine Mercy – A Journey through Time in Scripture, Prayer and Music

For God loved the world so much that He gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in Him may not die but have eternal life.
Jn 3:16, TEV

. . . Probably the most well known verse in the Bible!

The Raising of Lazarus

Then later in John’s Gospel, Jesus tells a good friend, Martha:
I am the resurrection and the life. 
Whoever believes in me will live, even though he dies;
and whoever lives and believes in me will never die.
”  Jn 11: 25-26, TEV

LOVE,    BELIEF,    ETERNAL LIFE,    IMMORTALITY!

Who me ???

Yes, even though we mess us sometimes –
God Loves us no matter what!!

This we call – God’s Divine Mercy.

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In the attached links are a two-part video slideshow of
the Story of Life as told in Scriptures.

Sometimes sad, sometimes joyful,
sometimes disappointing, sometimes miraculous!

It’s a Story of Love, Hope and Inspiration.  A Journey from Creation through today.
It is presented through the media of Sacred Scripture in Art and Beautiful Prayer in Music, with Donna Cori Gibson’s angelic rendition of the Divine Mercy Chaplet.

My prayer is that this most magnificent of all Love Stories,
may bring you Hope if you’re lost or struggling with life;
may bring you Love if you’re feeling alone or rejected; and
may Inspire you to radiate that Love and Mercy to a world so precious in God’s sight.

For through Jesus we are ALL Blessed with the Mercy and Love of God –
to love one another as well.

May His Peace embrace you always!

Divine Mercy - Video Part 1

Divine Mercy - Video Part 2

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