Oh My JESUS Prayer [FATIMA]
Oh My Jesus Prayer Is Part Of The Fatima Prayers. They are an assortment of seven Catholic supplications related to the 1917 Marian apparitions at Fátima, Portugal.
Of the seven verses, allegedly, the initial two were instructed to the three visionaries by the Angel of Peace, the following three were educated by Our Lady of Fátima herself throughout the ghosts, and the last two were instructed to Lúcia dos Santos, the oldest and last overcomer of the three, in 1931 by Jesus when she was a pious devotee. You can find the Prayer Below. Also, you will find a gallery that you can use for social sharing. If you want more prayers, may I suggest you the St Michael Prayer from our Prayer Section.
Oh My Jesus Prayer
O my Jesus, forgive us our sins, save us from the fires of hell, lead all souls to heaven especially those who are in most need of Your mercy. Amen.
FATIMA PRAYER GALLERY
Reading this prayer daily will cause real miracles to happen in your life. Its effect is very strong and always works. The results are amazing – wonderful events that you could not even imagine. Those who read this prayer say that various beautiful things have happened to them.
You may receive distant relatives who want to donate some of your property, you may be invited to start a new job with an extremely high salary, or someone may simply decide to give you a life-changing gift.
4 BONUS TIPS ON HOW TO PRAY TO GOD
PRAY SIMPLY: DO NOT BURDEN ON HOW YOU PRAY TO GOD
We could say that we have to pray long and regularly to hear our God, but in reality, He listens to even our shortest prayers. Reformer Martín Luther said, “The less you say, the better your prayer.” Isn’t that soothing?
READ THE BIBLE AND PRAY OVER THE BIBLE VERSES
Have you ever had a one-sided conversation with someone who talked nonchalantly without listening to you? The conversation didn’t go very far, did it? This is what we do to God when we pray without reading the Bible.
MAKE PRAYER AN INTEGRAL PART OF YOUR DAY
Is it really possible to pray without interruption? Do the following: get engaged and end your day with prayer. Send short prayers to God as often as possible during your day. Ask God to tell you about your responsibilities.
PRAY WITH ANTICIPATION
Prayer becomes a lifeless exercise when we are not looking for answers. Jesus invites us to expect God to work.