Jesus saves you and me, and, Jesus, I trust in you.
Let’s start out with Jesus loves you and me, how do we know that? The Bible tells us so. Look at a crucifix that speaks of Your love, as well. So much love that He died for you and me. Now God continues to show his mercy through the divine mercy devotion.
Jesus, I trust in you is an important part of this devotion — also the chaplet of divine mercy prayed on rosary beads, and don’t forget the many blessings that come to us on Mercy Sunday. Always the Sunday after Easter, we were unable to celebrate it this last year on account of the virus.
May the God of Mercy walk ever beside us. God is love, Jesus I trust in you.