On February 22, 1931, Blessed Faustina Kowalska heard Jesus' message to paint the Image of the Divine Mercy, which showed rays of light streaming from His heart. Blessed Faustina recorded this message, in addition to the others she had received from the merciful Savior, in her diary. In time the image of Christ she saw was painted, and both the painting and her diary have become the source of a rich spiritual tradition known as the Divine Mercy devotion. Reflections of Divine Mercy includes 366 daily readings drawn from the original diary. Each month focuses on a particular theme in the diary: Love. Trust. Humility. Glory. Includes biographical information on Blessed Faustina and an explanation of various facets of the Divine Mercy devotion.