God makes us small relative to the universe, and then He makes Himself small, too, for us.
He makes Himself small in His infant birth to Mary.
He makes Himself poor in order to commune with the poor.
He is greater than the universe, yet He desires to be smaller than or as small as those persons to which He gives existence. Why?
Who He Is absolutely demands that He conform to being small since Love draws the Lover to the Beloved that the two may experience communion on a common level, but a level which is even more intimate and deeper than even the cutest smallness. This descent into intimacy must be infinite and fulfilling at every level of intimacy, and it is a constant descent…a constant “falling in Love.”
At the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass today, after receiving Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament, I heard “Know Me,” and then I saw the Wound in His hand open. Light shown through, and it looked warm and incandescent. When I looked more at the Wound, the Light seemed to come from an infinite depth, and the Wound seemed to broaden. In Jesus, can you imagine the mystery of infinity inside of a seemingly finite body? It was infinite Peace in Him. “Know Me!” It was infinite Compassion. He loves us. He is Love.
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Kiss the Wound of His Most Sacred Heart
If you rely upon the Lord’s great Mercy in His Most Sacred Heart, then desire ardently to heal the Wound of His Heart. Heal His Sacred Heart through your love and obedience and affectionate response to His merciful Love. Consider Him often in all that you do, and kiss the Scar of His Sacred Heart, this kiss bringing Him delight and giving you knowledge of His delight in your affection and true gratitude for His Infinite Love for you. Amen.