Christ was resurrected with His Wounds. Do you understand why? As long as there is sin in the world, Christ is still wounded by our sins because we are incorporated into His Body, the Body of Christ. He accepts this joyfully for your sake, but we are hurting Him in our sins, are we not?
Realize that even in the Lord’s masterful joy of taking on your wounds in order to keep your soul alive, He is in pain for you. He bleeds. His Sacred Heart bleeds most especially for your mortal sins – your sins of impurity and hatred. Realize that you are also wounded by your own sins, but you do not see your wounds; you do not see them in Christ’s Body either. But they are there – festering because you don’t know what you do.
His Precious Blood brings healing, but that is because there is first a wounding and a wounding and a wounding. “My Heart bleeds for you because I love you.”
At times the pain is too much to bear; it overflows into us. Do you understand? Meditate on what St. Paul meant in this statement in his Letter to the Colossians 1:24, which he wrote from his imprisonment:
“Now I rejoice in my sufferings for your sake, and in my flesh I complete what is lacking in Christ’s afflictions for the sake of his body…”
Help Jesus the Christ to heal His Wounds. At least be reconciled in the Sacrament of Penance. Love returned to the Body heals His Wounds and yours. Receive also Precious Body and Blood of Christ in the Blessed Sacrament and allow God’s Love through you to be converted into works whereby God’s Love is transmitted to the rest of the Body of Christ like a Divine Medicine for healing.
Be a tender, loving healer to your Lord and His Body. Do not inflict wounds; choose to soothe and dress His Wounds instead. He will bless you as He and the rest of the Body are comforted when you do so.