In February 1931, St. Maria Faustina had a vision of Jesus in the town of Plock, Poland. In her diary, she tells us that the Lord commanded her to paint the image she was looking in those moments of revelation. The image should portray Jesus with two rays of blood and water that flowed from his heart, as the Divine Mercy for the world’s salvation. Also, the image should be signed with the words “Jesus, I trust in You”. Based on the Lord’s words to Sister Faustina and the original painting, my version of the Divine Mercy tries to rescue God’s promises for the new generations of catholic believers.