Some quotes from St. Julie

(The numbers represent the Letter of St. Julie where the quote is found)

  • Ah, how good is this God of all goodness! Pray for me that we may love him with all our hearts and souls. (4)
  • The good God loves very much to make something out of nothing. (7)
  • God loves a simple heart which does its best. (9)
  • Our God does not want you to take fright if you commit some blunder, but to offer it quite simply to the good God, humbling yourself; for turning in on ourselves harms us exceedingly; and besides, God loves a simple heart which does its best. (9)
  • Ah, what a treasure of love is my God, to have put up with me for so long, with so many imperfections! That must only increase my confidence in his goodness. (14)
  • Try to have liberty of spirit in order to do what the good God shows you. (18)
  • My daughter, we must see everything in God, lose everything in this abyss of boundless goodness. (29)
  • Above all, do not lose your peace of soul in the midst of all your troubles. (30)
  • When you perceive your blunder, look at it quite calmly and show it to the good God, in order that his goodness may repair all. Always act to the best of your ability, and then leave the rest to the good God. (31)
  • But a woman of faith, who puts all her confidence in God and leaves all to him, will enjoy great tranquility even in the midst of storms and squalls. (31)
  • I cannot tire of admiring the goodness of my God. How good he is! Pray to him with all your hearts, my dear daughters, that the mission may contribute to his greater glory. (35)
  • Let us love him, let us love him – then everything will go well. I hope I shall find everybody loving and serving the good God well. (36)
  • My dear good daughters, may our good Jesus live always and forever in our hearts! May he kindle his love in all of us, so that we may forever procure his greater glory! (44)
  • I realize more than ever the need of strong, generous, courageous souls; in a word, manly souls who fear nothing, nothing on earth, except sin and displeasing the good God, because he is infinitely good. (47)
  • My dear good daughters, would you refuse our Lord this consolation of loving you as if there were no one else in the world? (49)
  • I ask with all my heart, for you and for all my good sisters, that spirit of charity, gentleness and patience, and of love for our Lord in his members, whom you will always have with you. (58)
  • Ah! my daughter, count much on the goodness of the good God. Place a boundless confidence in him (79)
  • My good friend, if the good God is for us who will be against us? More than ever I want to have a boundless confidence in the goodness of my God. and you too, my good friend. (114)
  • When the good God calls us to any place his goodness gives us what is needed (119)
  • The good God will take care of you, my dear daughters; he is our good Father. (128)
  • May our good Jesus live in us! (130)
  • I embrace you very lovingly in the Heart of our good Jesus, where I place you a thousand times a day. (131)
  • I must tell you, my good friend, how good the good God is! (132)
  • Let nothing trouble or worry you; the good God shoulders it all. (134)
  • Courage in all the good God asks of us, and very great confidence! (136)
  • The more difficulties you see in what the good God shows you should do, the more you must take courage. (138)
  • I bless the good God, my dear daughter, that you stand firm. Pray for much firmness, courage and perseverance in your principles. Once you are known to do so, the world leaves you in peace and you are right with the good God. (140)
  • How I ask the good God to keep you in his infinite goodness! (141)
  • I can assure you that this God of all goodness is my strength and my support. (145)
  • we need a very, very great confidence, based on the goodness of God. (146)
  • Show that you put all your hope in God. Take risks, go on full of good faith (146)
  • May we all be filled with zeal, strength and courage. (151)
  • For goodness’ sake, let us use well the time the good God gives us in his infinite mercy. (156)
  • Courage, my good friend, courage! (158)
  • My daughter, what I ask with all my heart for you and for your sisters is a very great simplicity of heart and soul in all your behavior, the great liberty of the children of God. See him always as a good father who makes up to you for everything. (162)
  • Act and do everything with great liberty of spirit in God and for his greater glory. (164)
  • Let us keep close to the good God, my dear good daughter, by great confidence in his infinite goodness. (166)
  • Let us not lose our peace of soul. (178)
  • Very courageous souls are needed for the service of the good God. (187)
  • We must await everything from the good God and have a boundless confidence in his infinite goodness. (189)
  • See the good God in everything, my daughter, and all will turn out to your advantage. (194)
  • Let us expect everything from the goodness of the good God. (201)
  • May the good God always bless you more and more! May the peace of the Lord be ever with you. Courage, love the good God with all your heart! (239)
  • The more difficult the times are the more we must expect and hope everything from the goodness of the good God. (260)
  • I beg of you, take care of yourself for the love of the good God, my friend, as much as you can. (260)
  • Act with all possible liberty of mind and heart, always in God and for God. (266)
  • Act with all the liberty the good God gives his children. (277)
  • You know we must share together the little pieces of bread the good God gives us in his infinite goodness. (289)
  • never let the peace of your heart be disturbed by anything in the world. (301)
  • A soul seeking the good God with love will progress much more rapidly than another whom fear causes to stop. (301)
  • Proceed by the way of love of the good God; it is the shortest one. Live in continual gratitude to the good God. (301)
  • So, peace and calm in all that the good God permits! (346)
  • serve the good God well with much liberty of spirit. (384)
  • Let us be courageous! May our blunders and mistakes be of use to us for watching more carefully over ourselves. (428)