Jesus Heals the Brokenhearted
Many people suffer from broken hearts for many years because of wounds suffered in their early lives, such as lack of love or affirmation from their mothers or fathers or both or from sexual abuse. They feel unloved and lack a sense of identity and self-worth. Since they have never experienced love, they say that they don’t need love.
So they harden their hearts and act out of anger, a false strength and false security, and attempted self-sufficiency. They also act out in sinful behavior and suffer from addictions. They have no peace. They have not come to know of the unconditional love of God for them.
Is it possible for such long-standing sickness of their hearts to be healed? Their healing cannot begin until they acknowledge their need to answer the call of Jesus Christ.
Jesus calls us and says, “Come to me, all you who labor and are burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am meek and humble of heart; and you will find rest for yourselves. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light." (Matthew 11:28-30).
Your generous gift today will help us to carry out our mission to help Jesus King of All Nations to bring His promised healing.
Jesus King of All Nations promises us healing and asks us to pray, “Pour forth the power of Your Holy Spirit upon us and open our hearts. In Your great mercy, through the Motherly mediation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, our Queen, forgive our sinfulness, heal our brokenness, and renew our hearts in the faith, and peace, and love, and joy of Your Kingdom, that we may be one in You.”
Jesus is the healer of broken hearts. We should pray to Him as He requested and receive His promises. He promised, “I shall grant many spiritual, physical, emotional, and psychological healings for those who pray this prayer if it is beneficial to their salvation according to My Holy Will!” Click here to read His prayers and promises.
Right now, we are heading towards the end of our Lenten Appeal. We must raise the funds necessary to continue our apostolate if we are to have any future success in drawing more hearts to Jesus King of All Nations. Please click here to learn why we need your donations and how we put them to good use.
Our fundraising goal is $116,000. This is the absolute minimum required just to keep up with our ongoing monthly expenses for the next quarter.
But we have only raised $38,535.00 as of today towards that goal. We still need to raise $77,465.00 by Easter Sunday, April 5, the end of our Lenten Appeal.
This is an urgent need. Please support the mission of Dan Lynch Apostolates!
Jesus King of All Nations also revealed a medal and said, “I promise to the souls who will faithfully wear My medal, the grace of protection from harm from all forms of My Justice. This will especially be true of danger coming from natural disasters.” (Journal 188,189). Click here to order your medal.
And may we all respond with a resounding “Yes!” to Christ’s call to let Him reign in our hearts, now and forever!