The 12 promises that Jesus made to all devotees
The people who propagate this devotion will have their name written in my Heart.
Jesus, appearing to Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque and showing her his Heart, made the following promises for the devotees of his Heart:
1. I will give them all the graces necessary for their state
2. I will put and keep peace in their families
3. I will console them in all their pains
4. I will be a safe refuge for them in life and especially on the point of death
5. I will pour out copious blessings on each of their endeavors
6. Sinners will find in my Heart the source and the infinite ocean of mercy
7. Lukewarm souls will become enraged
8. Fervent souls will soon reach great perfection
9. My blessing will also rest on the houses where the image of my Heart will be displayed and honored
10. I will give priests the grace to move the hardest hearts
11. The people who propagate this devotion will have their name written in my Heart and it will never be canceled.
12. To all those who, for nine consecutive months, will receive Holy Communion on the first Friday of each month, I promise the grace of final perseverance: they will not die in my misfortune, but will receive the Holy Sacraments (if necessary) and my Heart. it will be their safe refuge at that extreme moment.
I promise you, in the excess of the Mercy of my Heart, that my Almighty Love will grant to all those who will receive Communion on the first Friday of the month for nine consecutive months, the grace of final penance. They will not die in my misfortune, nor without receiving the Sacraments, and my Heart will be their safe refuge in that extreme hour.
What does Jesus promise?
Jesus explains his promise with these words: “they will not die in my misfortune, nor without having received the Holy Sacraments, and in those last moments my Heart will be a safe refuge for them”.
What the Heart of Jesus absolutely promises is that none of those who did the Nine First Fridays well will die in mortal sin, granting him:
a) if he is righteous, final perseverance in the state of grace;
b) if he is a sinner, the forgiveness of every mortal sin either by means of Confession or by means of an act of perfect pain.
To make oneself worthy of the Great Promise it is necessary:
To approach Communion in the grace of God: If one is in mortal sin, confession is necessary.
The devotion must be continued for nine consecutive months. For those who neglect even a single communion, they must start over.
The pious practice can be started on the first Friday of any month.
How many souls have been saved in the past. How many sinners have converted. How many individuals have been snatched from the darkness of death by this devotion. It is therefore necessary to return to this practice to overcome Satan and meet the Heart of Jesus.