Jesus said, “My daughter, It is My Most Holy Will and desire that there be a medal struck according to the likeness of Me you have seen. I promise to offer the precious grace of final perseverance to every soul who will faithfully embrace this devotion.” (Journal 75). Jesus also gave us the great gift of His medal for our protection.
Jesus showed His Secretary the medal. On the front was the image of Jesus King of All Nations. He desired that the prayer on the front read, “O Jesus, King of All Nations, May Your Reign Be Recognized on Earth.” (Journal 192).
Jesus told His Secretary, “My child, you have been wondering whether or not the promise I once made to you for the praying of the prayers to Me as ‘Jesus, King of All Nations’ (that of My protection from severe storms and all forms of My Justice,) is also to be granted to those who faithfully wear My medal. My child, I tell you, that I do extend this promise of Mine to the devotional wearing of My medal. I promise to the souls who will faithfully wear My medal, the grace of protection from harm from all forms of My Justice. This will especially be true of danger coming from natural disasters.” (Journal 188,189).
The image of St. Michael the Archangel is on the reverse side of the medal.
St. Michael said that it was “the Most Holy Will of God that a medal be made in particular honor of me as the Protector of the Church of Christ on earth” (Journal 79) and “as a reminder that the Most High has appointed me a particular guardian of His Church and of the Most Blessed Sacrament.” (Journal 85).
It was revealed that around the medal’s border should appear the words “At that time there shall arise Michael, the Great Prince, Guardian of Your People” (Dn. 12:1) (Journal 88) and beneath his feet, the words, “Protect Us!” (Journal 107).