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Lenten Meditation Day 17

To the Agonizing Jesus Christ (23 June 1997) 
  (1) PRAYER: 
Eternal Father, when You were about to send Your only-begotten Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, into the world with the aim of saving us and bringing a new paradise into the world through the most Precious Blood, out of love You said, “Whom shall I send? Who will go to redeem My people?” The heavenly court was silent until Your Son answered, “Here I am, send Me Father.”

Honor and adoration be unto You O Divine Love.Praise and worship be unto Your name, O loving Jesus Christ. Take consolation, O Agonizing Jesus Christ, the reward You received from Your people for Your benevolence was sin. They sinned and blasphemed day and night against Your Holy Name. They fought against You and disobeyed Your commandments.

Father, be comforted through the voice of Your heavenly choirs. May the voice of Your Dominions console You. Amen.
Our Father*…Hail Mary*…Glory Be*…

Agonizing Jesus Christ       Bear it Lord
Agonizing Jesus Chris       We love you
Agonizing Heart of Jesus Christ
Thy Kingdom come

Be consoled O Jesus Christ Our Lord.
Your Precious Blood, shed for us all,
Will never be in vain we pray. 
Psalm 102

Psalm 102[a]
A prayer of an afflicted person who has grown weak and pours out a lament before the Lord.

Hear my prayer, Lord;
    let my cry for help come to you.
Do not hide your face from me
    when I am in distress.
Turn your ear to me;
    when I call, answer me quickly.

For my days vanish like smoke;
    my bones burn like glowing embers.
My heart is blighted and withered like grass;
    I forget to eat my food.
In my distress I groan aloud
    and am reduced to skin and bones.
I am like a desert owl,
    like an owl among the ruins.
I lie awake; I have become
    like a bird alone on a roof.
All day long my enemies taunt me;
    those who rail against me use my name as a curse.
For I eat ashes as my food
    and mingle my drink with tears
because of your great wrath,
    for you have taken me up and thrown me aside.
My days are like the evening shadow;
    I wither away like grass.

But you, Lord, sit enthroned forever;
    your renown endures through all generations.
You will arise and have compassion on Zion,
    for it is time to show favor to her;
    the appointed time has come.
For her stones are dear to your servants;
    her very dust moves them to pity.
The nations will fear the name of the Lord,
    all the kings of the earth will revere your glory.
For the Lord will rebuild Zion
    and appear in his glory.
He will respond to the prayer of the destitute;
    he will not despise their plea.

Let this be written for a future generation,
    that a people not yet created may praise the Lord:
“The Lord looked down from his sanctuary on high,
    from heaven he viewed the earth,
to hear the groans of the prisoners
    and release those condemned to death.”
So the name of the Lord will be declared in Zion
    and his praise in Jerusalem
when the peoples and the kingdoms
    assemble to worship the Lord.

In the course of my life[b] he broke my strength;
    he cut short my days.
So I said:
“Do not take me away, my God, in the midst of my days;
    your years go on through all generations.
In the beginning you laid the foundations of the earth,
    and the heavens are the work of your hands.
They will perish, but you remain;
    they will all wear out like a garment.
Like clothing you will change them
    and they will be discarded.
But you remain the same,
    and your years will never end.
The children of your servants will live in your presence;
    their descendants will be established before you.”

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