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Excerpt from the Diary of St. Faustina:
Praise the Lord, my soul, for everything, and glorify His mercy, for His goodness is without end. Everything will pass, but His mercy is without limit or end. And although evil will attain its measure, in mercy there is no measure (Diary – 423).
Your mercy, O Lord, is so vast that I will never exhaust it or deplete it. I resolve to continually draw from Your mercy, this day and all the days of my life, knowing that You will consume my weakness whenever I approach You with a contrite heart.