Donald Trump, have mercy on us and on the whole world!

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As we celebrate the Memorial of Andrew Kim and Companions of Korea, the thought struck me about how to win the hearts of the world to the cause of our country in this battle against the oppressive evil that exists in North Korea right now.  In case this happens to get to our President, let me be clear about what I think the message should be for him to share with the leader of the people of North Korea.  In the title of this post, I mean no blasphemy or even disrespect to the fountain of mercy, who is Jesus.

Divine-Mercy-770x484I am saying that in the lives of Saint Andrew Kim and the martyrs of Korea, the message of Divine Mercy and grace should be delivered to the leaders of North Korea, in order to help facilitate their conversion.  How amazing would it be, if our President, Donald Trump, would continue to deliver the message that there would be justice if they attack us or our allies, but more importantly if they turn back from this course of action, there will be mercy.  As a Christian nation, if our President would let the leaders of the world know, that if they align themselves with the altruistic nature of our democracy, they will receive mercy for all their sins of the past.  We must be willing to ask for forgiveness for our sins, as well, but we can save that message for a later post.  For now, we need to find a way to deliver Jesus’ message of Divine Mercy to the whole world, and I think God has offered us this day and this moment right now to do it.  By the way, if President Trump or anyone who reads this wonders about the validity of this message of Divine Mercy, they can ask Pastor Rick Warren of Saddleback Church in California, Father Michael Gaitley, MIC who has written at least 7 books that I know of on the subject, or even lowly me, who happens to have read those books.  I am sure they or I would be willing to give them a crash course in it, before it is too late.  Eternal Father, I offer you the body and blood, soul and divinity of your dearly beloved Son, our Lord Jesus Christ, in atonement for our sins and for those of the whole world.  Amen!

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