God is the Cure

Aimee Cabo, host of The Cure Radio Show, Award Winning Author and Transformational Speaker


We often hear the words “have mercy on us” in church and prayer.

We know His love to be unconditional and His compassion eternal.

If in a heartfelt way we plead for His mercy, sweet Jesus will grant it.

That is not to say we shouldn’t meet a criteria for which to be remorseful.

Our Heavenly Father forgives those in supplication who make amends.

Intent not to repeat and not just in virtue but also in penance.

Sacrifice could be, but not necessarily when executing for what is right.

Such things are expected just as we are required to fight.

Fasting serves no righteous purpose other than to comply.

In an apparition of blessed Mary, she asked we fast twice a week.

She mentioned specifically fasting every Wednesday and Friday.

Not so difficult as the enemy would like us to think but quite simple.

The last meal is dinner, and the next day, the first meal is dinner or lunch to lunch.

Whenever we practice sacrificial practices not expected of us, hard to do

And not desirable it could be considered a form of penance.

How else do we follow through with that which we commit when in contrition?

Otherwise, can we feel confident about our merciful petition?

Thank God there are ways to show we are sorry and please His mother too.

Mercy is not a given just because it’s me or you.

But because His goodness is beyond human comprehension.

Slow to anger, quick to forgive, but that doesn’t mean we never upset Him,

We are of feeble minds not like our God until He blesses us with wisdom.

We provide actions that beget His mercy in the name of Justice.

Prudence, temperance, fortitude, and goodwill are among what we should do.

God’s grace includes divine mercy to His glory to push us through.

Much love and God bless,
Aimee Cabo 😌❤️🙏

12/09/22 #Godisgood #Godisthecure #InspiredByTheHolyGhost #187