Medjugorje

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  1. Message October 25, 2018 for the world
    “Dear children! You have a great grace of being called to a new life through the messages which I am giving you. This, little children, is a time of grace, a time and a call to conversion for you and the future generations. Therefore, I am calling you, little children, pray more and open your heart to my Son Jesus. I am with you and love you all and bless you with my motherly blessing. Thank you for having responded to my call.”
     
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  2. Message November 2, 2018 for those who have not yet experienced God's love
    "Dear children,
    My motherly heart suffers as I am looking at my children who do not love the truth, those who are hiding it-as I look at my children who do not pray with their feelings and actions. I am sad as I am saying to my Son that many of my children no longer have faith, that they do not know Him-my Son.
    That is why I call you, apostles of my love: you strive to look to the very depth in human hearts and there you are certain to find the little hidden treasure. To look in this way is mercy from the Heavenly Father. To seek the good even where there is the greatest evil-to strive to comprehend each other and not to judge-that is what my Son is asking of you. And I, as a mother, am calling you to listen to Him.
    My children, the spirit is mightier than the flesh, and, carried by love and actions, it overcomes all obstacles. Do not forget: my Son has loved you and loves you. His love is with you and in you when you are one with Him. He is the light of the world and no one and nothing will be able to stop Him in the final glory.
    Therefore, apostles of my love, do not be afraid to witness the truth. Witness it with enthusiasm, with works, with love, with your sacrifice, and, above all, in humility. Witness the truth to all those who have not come to know my Son. I will be alongside you. I will encourage you. Witness the love which never ends because it comes from the Heavenly Father who is eternal and who offers eternity to all of my children. The spirit of my Son will be alongside you.
    Anew I am calling you, my children: pray for your shepherds, pray that the love of my Son may lead them.
    Thank you. "
     
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  3. Message January 2, 2019
    Dear children,
    Sadly, among you, my children, there is so much battle, hatred, personal interests and selfishness. My children, so easily you forget my Son, His words, His love. Faith is being extinguished in many souls, and hearts are being grasped by material things of the world. But my motherly heart knows that there are still those who believe and love, who are seeking how to draw all the closer to my Son, who are tirelessly seeking my Son – then, in this way, they are also seeking me. These are the humble and the meek with their pain and suffering which they carry in silence with their hopes and, above all, with their faith. These are the apostles of my love.
    My children, apostles of my love, I am teaching you that my Son is not only asking for continuous prayers, but also for works and feelings – that you believe, that you pray, that with your personal prayers you grow in faith, that you grow in love. To love each other is what He asks for – that is the way to eternal life. My children, do not forget that my Son brought the light to this world, and He brought it to those who wanted to see it and receive it. You be those, because this is the light of truth, peace and love.

    I am leading you in a motherly way to adore my Son; that you love my Son with me; that your thoughts, words and actions may be directed to My Son – that they may be in His name. Then my heart will be fulfilled. Thank you.
     
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  4. Message January 25, 2019
    “Dear children! Today, as a mother, I am calling you to conversion. This time is for you, little children, a time of silence and prayer. Therefore, in the warmth of your heart, may a grain of hope and faith grow and you, little children, will from day to day feel the need to pray more. Your life will become orderly and responsible. You will comprehend, little children, that you are passing here on earth and you will feel the need to be closer to God, and with love you will witness the experience of your encounter with God, which you will share with others. I am with you and am praying for you but I cannot without your ‘yes’. Thank you for having responded to my call.”
     
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  5. earthtoangels

    earthtoangels Powers

    I've seen this Marian priest speak a couple of times at the Fatima Center in NJ. His own story, so dominated by our Lady, is truly fascinating. And I've read where others too have attested to the gift of bilocation of Vicka of Medjugorje. When asked if this has happened Viska only replied that "others have told me that"!

    Featured article from September's Spirit of Medjugorje

    Vicka on Our Lady's Mission in Dublin

    By Fr. Ronan Murphy

    In 1991, before entering seminary, I felt the call to go to Medjugorje, the first of many such visitations there, especially as a priest.
    In 1992, whilst returning from the International Cenacle of the Marian Movement of Priests in San Marino, I was collecting my luggage in Dublin Airport, Ireland. The airport, I remember, was packed with people especially with foreign students who had just arrived in the country in order to spend the summer months learning the English language. I distinctly remember whilst waiting for my luggage to come out, saying to Our Lady in the silent recess of my heart, "Mother, are you pleased with the Cenacle I have just made?" At that moment, and the only way to describe it, everyone in the airport disappeared before my very eyes.

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    Fr. Ronan Murphy in Medjugorje in 2016

    And I found myself alone with a young woman in front of me, smiling radiantly at me. The feeling I experienced was one of peace. Just then I heard a sweet voice interiorly which I believe was the voice of the Blessed Mother say, "My Child, I am very happy with the Cenacle you have made and all the graces I have obtained for you". Simultaneous to the voice, I became aware of the identity of the young woman being Vicka, the visionary from Medjugorje, whom I had seen during my first visit there in 1991. I spoke once again to Our Lady interiorly, saying, "Mother do you want me to speak to her?" And the sweet voice once again replied, "No, this is my confirmation to you, a confirmation of Medjugorje and my Marian Movement of Priests". At that, Vicka disappeared from before me and all present in the airport appeared once again, as if I came out of an altered state and back to reality. I thank Our Lady for gracing me with this spiritual or mystical experience, confirming me to the authenticity of Medjugorje and the Marian Movement of Priests and with other such experiences which have assisted me in my vocation to and in the priesthood. Ad Jesus per Miriam.
    Editor's note: When Fr. Murphy sent us his story, he added, "I am a priest of the Camden Diocese, NJ., ordained May 13th, 2000, on the feast of Our Lady of Fatima and Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament." He is originally from Dublin.


    Click here to view the full issue from September 2018
     
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  6. Message February 2, 2019
    Dear children,
    The love and goodness of the Heavenly Father give revelations which make faith grow, for it to be interpreted, that it may bring peace, certainty and hope. In this way, I, too, my children—through the merciful love of the Heavenly Father—always, anew, am showing you the way to my Son, to eternal salvation. But, unfortunately, many of my children do not want to hear me; many of my children are of two minds. And I—I always, in time and beyond time, magnified the Lord for all that He has done in me and through me.
    My Son gives Himself to you and breaks the bread with you. He speaks the words of eternal life to you so that you may carry them to everyone. And you, my children, apostles of my love, what are you afraid of when my Son is with you? Offer your souls to Him so that He can be in them and that He can make you instruments of faith, instruments of love.
    My children, live the Gospel, live merciful love for your neighbors, and, above all, live love for the Heavenly Father. My children, you are not united by chance. The Heavenly Father does not unite anyone by chance. My Son speaks to your souls. I speak to your heart. As a mother I am saying to you: set out with me, love one another, give witness. Do not be afraid, with your example, to defend the truth—the Word of God which is eternal and never changes. My children, whoever acts in the light of merciful love and truth is always helped by Heaven and is not alone.
    Apostles of my love, may you always be recognized among all others by your hiddenness, love and radiance. I am with you. Thank you.
     
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  7. I wasn't sure about the context of this part of the message, but I found someone who has written about it that makes sense and so I post it for anyone else's edification
    http://www.bibletruths.net/Archives/BTAR390.htm

    The expression "break bread" does not have much meaning and application to the average American. In fact, "breaking bread" would be viewed as idiomatic and awkward by most today. However, in Bible days and lands, the expression was very relevant and meaningful. "Break bread" is also seen in connection with many Bible verses and teaching. First, we need to appreciate the importance of bread in Bible days.


    "Bread the principal food. In the Orient it has been estimated that three-fourths of the people live entirely upon either bread or upon that which is made from wheat or barley flour. It is unquestionably the principal food of the East" (James Freeman, Handbook of Bible Manners and Customs, p. 50).


    Regarding bread, you recall that the devil challenged Jesus to turn the stones into bread during Jesus’ temptation (Matt. 4: 3). Jesus teaches his followers to pray for their "daily bread" and showed the commonness of bread as a staple when he mentioned that a father would not provide his son a stone, but "bread" (Matt. 6: 11; Matt. 7: 9). Bread kept well and therefore was perfect to take on a journey and the giving of thanks was offered before taking of bread (Matt. 16: 5; Acts 27: 35). Bread became the center of controversy when the Pharisees bound their tradition on the disciples of Jesus, due to their eating with "unwashed hands" (Matt. 15: 2). In view of bread being the staff of life, it was very fitting that Jesus is said to be the "Bread from heaven" (John 6: 32, 35, cp. I Cor. 10: 17). He is also said to be the "Bread of life" and Living Bread" (John 6: 33, 51).

    The "breaking of bread" among Orientals carried with it special importance. To "break bread" was associated with sustenance, God's blessings, and sharing in these blessings. One wrote:

    "Since there is this attitude of sacredness in relation to 'staff of life,' there grows out of it the universal Eastern custom of 'breaking' bread and not cutting it.. To cut bread would be thought of as cutting life itself. This custom of breaking bread rather than cutting it, is found throughout the scriptures. In Lamentations 4: 4 we read: 'The young children ask bread, and no man breaketh it unto them.' Thus the expression 'breaking of bread' came to mean the taking of a meal whatever was included in the meal. Because Christ broke bread when he instituted the ordinance of the Lord's Supper, the expression came to refer to that ordinance. Matthew 26: 26: 'Jesus took bread, and blessed it, and brake it, and gave to his disciples.' Thus we read in Acts 20: 7: 'And upon the first day of the week, when the disciples came together to break bread, Paul preached to them'" (Manners and Customs of Bible Lands, p. 45, by Fred Wight).


    "Breaking bread" was something commonly done by the early Christians. Breaking of bread is used in two different milieus and contexts. First, there is the breaking of bread used in connection with the Lord’s Supper, a memorial to remember Jesus’ death and to declare his coming again (Matt. 26: 26-29, I Cor. 11: 23-34). The breaking of bread in the sense of the Lord’s Supper was a regular and constant act of public worship performed on the "first day of the week" in which the early church engaged (Acts 2: 42, see addendum 1). The Christians met on the Lord’s Day "…to break bread" (Acts 20: 7). It is obvious that "break bread" here is not a common meal because this is the express reason for them coming together on the First Day of the week, the day of public worship in the New Testament (cp. I Cor. 16: 1ff., cp. Acts 2: 46). The expression "breaking of bread" is also used to describe what the Christians did "from house to house" (Greek, kar oikon, Acts 2: 46).

    As seen, "break bread" is highly significant in terms of the worship of the early church. In view of the language of Acts 20: 7, it is apparent that the breaking of bread was and is the very core of the Lord’s Day assembly. This memorial celebrates the death and resurrection of Jesus, the very foundation of the belief of the Christian (I Cor. 11: 23-34). Jesus said when he instituted this memorial:

    "And as they were eating, Jesus took bread, and blessed it, and brake it, and gave it to the disciples, and said, Take, eat; this is my body" (Matt. 26: 26, cp. I Cor. 11; 24).


    "Breaking of bread" used for "social meals" in which the early Christians partook. Regarding these meals, there is no small amount of confusion and attendant extremes. The two extremes range from, "Let us build fellowship halls and attract people to us by offering meals (food and drink);" to, "It is a sin for Christians to get together in their houses to enjoy a meal."

    It is evident that not only were the early Christians constant in their public worship and assemblies, they also made opportunities to be with one another. Some of this was, no doubt, due to their onset zeal and enthusiasm. We read:

    "And they, continuing daily with one accord in the temple, and breaking bread from house to house, did eat their meat with gladness and singleness of heart" (Acts 2: 46).


    The "breaking of bread" (Gk., klontes arton) in Acts 2: 46 is clearly referring to a meal. I say this because it is distinguished from them being in the temple and it was done "daily." Also, notice the expression, "…did eat their meat…," such language would not be appropriate for the Lord’s Supper. In Acts 20: 11, "broken bread" (Gk., klasas ton arton) appears to be a meal in view of the general language and description and also due to the fact the meal of verse eleven appears to have been on the second day of the week or our Monday (see vs. 7-11). It is, though, worthy of note that in both texts, Acts 2 and Acts 20, we see "break bread" used to reference both the spiritual meal, the Lord’s Supper and a common meal (Acts 2: 42, 20: 7; 2: 46, 20: 11). Notwithstanding, the two are distinguished and observed as separate (see Addendum 2).

    While the expression "break bread" as such is not used, it would appear that the early Christians engaged in another type of meal, a meal designed to be benevolent. These meals seem to be what Peter and Jude referred to as "feast with you" and "feasts of charity," respectively (2 Pet. 2: 13; Jude 12). We know very little about these meals. We do know that the church (treasury) did not provide them and only abuse is associated with them (Ibid., cp. I Cor. 11: 21, 22). It does appear that the members at Corinth were attempting to engage in such a meal (they had corrupted the occasion of the Lord’s Supper) and even botched this effort and turned it into a circumstance of gluttony instead of assisting those who had little (I Cor. 11: 21-34, Addendum 3).

    We should also point out that while the concept of "fellowship" is definitely observed relative to the "breaking of bread" as it pertained to the Lord’s Supper, "fellowship" is never applied to the common meals (I Cor. 10: 21). It is sad to see the emphasis that many churches, even some churches of Christ, have placed on their common meals. I have had preachers tell me when I asked them what they considered to be their most important effort to reach the lost and edify the saved , "Brother Martin, our fellowship meals are the most important aspect of the work of our local church." When I would tell them that we do read of the importance of and the associated fellowship regarding the Lord’s Supper, they would explain, "I am not talking about that, but the common meal we have in the church building, in which all are invited."

    Two foreign (not in the scriptures) practices have evolved: The building and maintaining of "fellowship halls" (monies used from church treasuries) and common meals they call "fellowship meals." The "fellowship halls" have now evolved to include just about every imaginable activity from movie theaters showing secular movies to elaborate game rooms for fun and frolic, all in the church budget. Some being attracted by means of the physical and the comparatively tawdry, however, is not new.

    "Jesus answered them and said, Verily, verily, I say unto you, Ye seek me, not because ye saw the miracles, but because ye did eat of the loaves, and were filled. Labour not for the meat which perisheth, but for that meat which endureth unto everlasting life, which the Son of man shall give unto you: for him hath God the Father sealed" (John 6: 26, 27).


    Many have secularized "fellowship" today and turned the common meal so carefully distinguished in scripture from the public worship and spiritual fellowship of the early Christians into not only part of their spiritual worship, but the main feature (see Addendum 4).

    In terms of the "breaking of bread" involved in the Lord’s Supper, such is a great privilege to be able to come together on the Lord’s Day and gather around the Lord’s table in remembrance of Jesus (Acts 20: 7). In a different application and circumstance, Christians need to get together, "break bread" and enjoy one another’s company, "from house to house" (Acts 2: 46).
     
  8. Addendum 1: Notice that in Acts 2: 42, "breaking of bread" (Greek, klasei tou arpou) is used along with "apostles’ teaching," "fellowship," and "prayers." These are all acts of worship and, as used here, public worship. The Christians met on the First Day of the week to break this bread (Acts 20: 7). Pertaining to Acts 20: 7, Paul deliberately stayed in Troas for seven days despite being in a rush to get to Jerusalem before Pentecost (which was about 1,000 miles distant, see Acts 20: 6, 13-16). Why would Paul remain in Troas for seven days just to have a common meal with them and why would such a meal have to be eaten on the first day of the week? Such delay is indicative of the observance of the "breaking of bread," the Lord’s Supper, on the Lord’s Day.

    Addendum 2: Radical Restoration has as one of its main tenets the doctrine that a common meal and the Lord’s Supper are blended and merged and at some time, a time incapable of distinguishing, the common meal becomes the Lord’s Supper. See "Radical Restoration" to study more about this movement.

    Addendum 3: As mentioned, we know very little of these "feasts of charity." It would appear, however, that in view of all the problems and abuse associated with them that they simply ceased to be a practice of the individual Christians.

    Addendum 4: "Fellowship" was one of the four descriptive terms Luke used to describe the activities of the Jerusalem Christians (Acts 2: 42). Notice that fellowship was constant ("they continued steadfastly…"). I submit that while the early Christians were socially close and often physically together, "fellowship" is never used in the New Testament to denote coffee and donuts, as such.

    Fellowship in New Testament concept and terminology, when used in a spiritual climate, is communion or sharing in spiritual matters. For instance, there is fellowship in the gospel (Phili. 1: 5), fellowshipping needy saints (2 Cor. 8: 4), fellowshipping God (I John 1: 3), and fellowshipping Christians (Gal. 2: 9, I John 1: 3, 7).

    Fellowship is partnership and approval in spiritual matters. Notice that koinonos (fellowship) is secularly used in Luke 5: 10. Peter, James, and John were partners (koinonos) in a commercial fishing business. They enjoyed joint participation in that undertaking (appreciate the fact that here koinonos is secularly used, but there is no admixture or injection of the spiritual). Hence, when fellowship is used in a spiritual setting, mutual efforts and commonality is obviously meant (Gal. 2: 9). Fellowship between Christians, then, implies approval and endorsement (Phili. 4: 15). The converse of 2 John 10, 11 is assistance ("receive him into your house") and approval ("bid him God speed"). Assistance and approval are the components, if you will, of fellowship.
     
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  9. Vicka was in Rome Feb. 2, 2019 for the baptism of her friend's baby
    She said, among other things:
    "I am blessed to stand among you ... know that I pray for all who are in my heart. The biggest concern for the Madonna is young people and families, this time is very, very difficult. Our Lady reminds us to pray for her intentions. Right now she needs our prayers. Pray also for me. May the Queen of Peace bless you all with her love and peace ..... One of the nicest things is to remain united in prayer and united to the love of Jesus and Mary."


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  10. earthtoangels

    earthtoangels Powers

    The following was taken from a question and answer session with Mirjana on November 11, 2018.

    Q: What kind of prayer do you pray before and after the apparition?

    M: I read a prayer book, Bible, and I pray Rosaries, and I talk with dear God, but much more, of course, with Jesus. Our Lady says bring back the Bible into your families.
    I forgot to tell you, for example, when Our Lady gives a message to me, She doesn’t interpret or explain that message to me. She gives it to me the same way as I give it to you. Same like you, I also have to pray while reading the message to try to comprehend. Those of you who have followed these messages every second of each month, you could notice they are very long, and I can remember the messages exactly word by word, the way Our Lady said it, only for a few minutes immediately after an apparition. That is the reason why immediately – as soon as Our Lady leaves us – I always have Miki with notebook and pen with me. I immediately dictate the message to him in order to write it down. And I personally think that it is not me who is dictating the message, because the message is long, and if I say two sentences to Miki, while he is writing, I am talking with the priest or someone else. And then I turn towards him again. I don’t have to be concentrated on it. The words simply come out. Later when I come back into my room to pray, I cannot repeat the message. I can tell you what She spoke about, but I cannot repeat it word by word. That is why I also need the message in a written form after this, and then I pray, I read and I try to comprehend what God desires for me.

    I always give advice: do not allow anyone to interpret or explain the message to you personally. That is my opinion. I think that God is talking to every single one of us, and we are not all the same person. We have different lives, different crosses. Many years before, when Our Lady gave a message one second day of the month, one friend of mine said his interpretation, or the way he understood the message, and what I just wanted to tell him, “That’s not what Our Lady intended to say.” I stopped because I comprehended She said that to him, and She said to me the way I understood it. That is why I always recommend – pray, read the message, and try to comprehend what God is telling you personally, because you as a person are important to God.

    http://www.spiritofmedjugorje.org/index.php?ArticleSeq=110#featuredArticle
     
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  11. Message February 25, 2019

    “Dear children! Today, I am calling you to a new life. It is not important how old you are, open your heart to Jesus who will transform you in this time of grace and, like nature, you will be born into a new life in God’s love, and you will open your heart to Heaven and the things of Heaven. I am still with you, because God permitted me out of love for you. Thank you for having responded to my call.”

    Thank you, Heavenly Father for letting the Holy Mother continue to be with us. Amen.
     
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  12. Gary david

    Gary david Archangels

    AMEN!
     
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  13. Joan J

    Joan J HolySpiritCome!

    "I believe it is customary for Holy Mother Church to wait until events prophesied come to pass before making a judgement on any apparitions.

    In the case of Fatima, Sr. Lucy was still alive when approval was given. I believe it must have been the miracle of the sun which was witnessed by over 70,000 people on October 13th 1917. Of course other prophesies were also fulfilled as revealed by Blessed Mother like the ending of the First World War, and the Second World War starting if people did not amend their lives. This all certainly came about as we all know.

    I would not expect Medjugorje to be formally approved until and if any secrets are revealed and prophesies attached to them come to pass."


    I quite agree.
     
  14. Message March 2, 2019
    "Dear children,

    I call you 'apostles of my love'. I am showing you my Son who is the true peace and the true love. As a mother, through the mercy of God, I desire to lead you to Him. My children, this is why I am calling you to reflect on yourselves, starting out from my Son, that you look to Him with the heart and that you may see with the heart where you are and where your life is going.

    My children, I am calling you to comprehend that it is, thanks to my Son, that you live - through His love and sacrifice. You are asking of my Son to be merciful to you and I am calling you to mercy. You are asking of Him to be good to you and to forgive you, and for how long am I imploring you, my children, to forgive and to love all the people whom you meet? When you comprehend my words with the heart, you will comprehend and come to know the true love and you will be able to be apostles of that love, my apostles, my dear children.
    Thank you."
     
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  15. Joan J

    Joan J HolySpiritCome!

    Here's a puzzle. My friend who was my co-Host for the pilgrimage next year told me last night she has to bow out of the trip due to a Level II concussion a couple weeks ago (falling on ice) and a newly discovered cardiac problem. She hasn't elaborated yet. I know she was super excited about it. Very puzzling test of faith! And yes, the trip is all for Our Lady and Christ.

    Gives me some real perspective on my hip and that resolution. Is it a question of motivation? I don't know. My friend is very passionate about the effort and spreading awareness of what's real and what matters. Further, my Tour Guide wants me to join efforts and become a "partner" for future trips, complete with price breaks.

    First official INFORMATION MEETING will be in Grand Rapids MI March 22 at 6:30. If anyone is interest and in the area, let me know. I will share with you location.
     
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  16. Sr. Emmanuel reminds us : On March 18, Our Lady will appear to Mirjana for a very specific purpose: to pray with us for those who do not know the love of God. "When you pray for the unbelievers, Mary tells us, "you are praying for your own future and the future of your children. Because evil comes into the world through the unbelievers." And Mirjana added: "If you could see the tears flowing down the Holy Mother's face because of the unbelievers, you would pray for them every day. Every time you pray for them, you are wiping the tears off her face!" This is a "hands-on way" for us to console the Mother of God! Especially, as Mirjana pointed out, since she was very sad on March 2nd.
     
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  17. Yearly message for March 18th 2019
    "My children, As a mother, as the Queen of Peace, I am calling you to accept my Son so that He can grant you peace of soul-that He can grant you that which is just, which is good for you.
    My children, my Son knows you.
    He lived the life of man, and at the same time of God: a wondrous life-human flesh, divine Spirit.
    Therefore, my children, while my Son is looking at you with His eyes of God, He penetrates into your hearts.
    His tender, warm eyes are looking for Himself in your heart.
    My children, can He find Himself [there]?
    Accept Him, and then the moments of pain and suffering will become moments of tenderness.
    Accept Him, and you will have peace in [your] soul-you will spread it to all those around you-and this is what you now need the most.
    Heed me, my children.
    Pray for the shepherds, for those whose hands my Son has blessed.
    Thank you."
     
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  18. March 25, 2019 message
    "Dear children!
    This is a time of grace. As nature renews itself for a new life, you also are called to conversion. Decide for God.
    Little children, you are empty and do not have joy, because you do not have God. Therefore pray until prayer becomes your life.
    In nature seek God who created you, because nature speaks and fights for life and not for death. Wars are reigning in hearts and nations, because you do not have peace and you do not see, little children, a brother in your neighbor.
    Therefore return to God and to prayer.
    Thank you for having responded to my call."
     
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  19. Gary david

    Gary david Archangels

    What a wonderful blessed mother we have, dont you think?
    God bless you.....
     
  20. Gary david

    Gary david Archangels

    Oh and I meant to thank you for sharing that messege!
    God bless.....
     

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