If you are ready to surrender all to Jesus then repeat after me in this Act of Oblation taken from St. Faustina that I personalized a bit.
Are you ready to give yourself fully to the merciful heart of Jesus and to the will of the Father in total abandonment to what he allows in your life knowing that you will become a living sacrifice offered up for the salvation of souls? For those who say I have surrendered my life already to Jesus, well, have you gotten complacent with time in some areas, has the fire and zeal you once had diminished in any way? Have you done the perfect will of God in each moment giving him everything he asked you or do you still have some hidden attachments? If so this vow is actually good to renew and do every year that you may obtain the necessary grace to continue to be a living sacrifice for the Lord. Join me in repeating after me.
“Lord Jesus I receive You into my heart again. Remove every lover and attachment that is in competition with your love. I give myself entirely to you, my Lord. Through this union with you, I offer myself to the Heavenly Father as a sacrificial host, abandoning myself totally and completely to the most merciful and holy will of My God. From today onward dispose of me as You please. Whatever Your fatherly hand gives me, I will accept with submission, peace, and joy. Lord, give me the grace to fear nothing, no matter in what direction you lead me; helped by Your grace I will carry out everything You demand of me. I will no longer fear any of your inspirations nor will I examine anxiously to see where they will lead me. Lead me, O God along whatever roads You please; I have placed all my trust in Your will which is for me, love, and mercy itself. Oh Jesus, stretched upon the cross, I beg You, give me the grace of doing faithfully the most holy will of Your Father, in all things, always and everywhere. If Your will seems to me very harsh and difficult to fulfill, it is then I beg You, Jesus, may power and strength flow upon me from Your wounds and may my lips keep repeating, ‘Your will be done, O Lord’.
O Savior of the world, Lover of man’s salvation who in such terrible torment and pain forgot yourself to think only of the salvation of souls, O most compassionate Jesus, grant me the grace to forget myself that I may live totally for souls, helping You in the work of salvation, according to the Most Holy will of Your Father.
Jesus, I trust in you, Jesus I trust in you Jesus I trust in you.”