Angel of Compassion

Angels of Compassion

These angels bring hope; they renew our faith in God and in His infinite kindness. They bring compassion into our lives and help us understand that God’s love pours upon us in every moment; they help us become aware that we are constantly protected and guided. Also, they encourage us to manifest gratitude for all that we receive.

The angels of compassion are intermediaries between God and people: they intervene in our favor and obtain the grace of divine compassion for us when we suffer or when we feel abandoned and forgotten by God.

This compassion can be experienced in many ways, many times without even realizing it. It can manifest either through the intervention of a friend in a moment of despair, through extra energy when we feel sad, or through a change in attitude in those close to us, through an opportune professional situation or even through a meeting that can transform our existence. The most difficult situations are solved when we find immediate solutions to our problems even in the most critical moments. In our ignorance, we believe these events are happening by chance, when, in fact, they are inspired by the angels of compassion, who ceaselessly work for us.

Becoming aware of the fact that these interventions are divine makes us maintain hope even when things go wrong. At any moment the light will shine in the darkness and the obstacles we faced all the time will disappear by themselves. We must never stop having faith in divine compassion.

We pray to the angels of compassion to be with us all the time. Let’s not try to control the events, but to accept them as permanent gifts from God. Let’s be more generous and more tolerant with others and with ourselves.

Since God does not hold us as irredeemable and he gives us his Grace, we should also know how to receive the other’s repentance and to forgive him with all our heart.

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