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January 11, 2000. St. Peter's Gethsemene Prayer Group and Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: I am your Mother of Sorrows. As you look up and see my beautiful son hanging on the cross, try to envision what sorrow I felt seeing him with all the thrashings from the scourging, seeing his precious blood run down his side and knowing he did this for you his children. So many of you are only lukewarm with your faith and your belief in the beautiful sacraments he left for all of you to receive. Try to go more often to confession to let my son reconcile you with your heavenly father. Let him heal the deep wounds of your humanity. Try to receive these beautiful sacraments more fully in the upcoming weeks and you will help to turn my sorrowful heart into a joyful heart. I love you my children. Pray that you may receive these sacraments as they were meant. Thank you for coming to adore my son, our Lord tonight. Peace to you.
Dear friends, The snow on Tuesday cancelled the Tuesday night prayer meeting at St. Peters. After some prayer I thought I'd send some messages that have occurred recently in other locations. Thanks for listening. Mike A.
January 15, 2000. St. Thomas of Villanova Church at Rosemont.
From Our Blessed Mother: My little child, you are starting to learn to follow the promptings of the Holy Spirit to bring you to places in which you will obtain teachings and messages to bring yourself and others closer to our Lord Jesus. By opening up your heart you are learning that we are with you at all times not only when you think of us. We love you and we love all our children. As you contemplate upon the stained glass windows showing such beautiful and holy mothers such as St. Anne and St. Monica, you must realize that each of them went through much suffering in their own lives as on behalf of their own children. Know that their prayers to their Heavenly Father were heard and answered. It was through their faith in God the Father that the forces of evil were overcome and they chose to lead a life to serve God the Father. Let other mothers know in your present day that they will also have suffering, but they also were born to be mothers of saints. Let them know they can persevere in their sufferings and they will share in the joy of seeing their children become children of God.
January 18, 2000. St. Peter's Gethsemene Prayer Group and Adoration.
From Jesus: My little children, it is in the silence of your hearts that I wish to speak to you. You must learn to set aside some quiet time each day to come to me, the Lord, in prayer. This can be accomplished anywhere, anyplace if you open your heart and thoughts to me, your Lord and savior. I will show you the way, the truth and the light in order to guide each of your precious souls to God the Father. Yours is a hectic world, but if you take the time to listen to me, I will give each of you a peace you won't find elsewhere. I love you my children and I ask each of you to spend some time each day with me. Let me show you how to love. I am love. I wish you to be with me forever. My peace I leave you. Thank you for taking the time to adore me tonight. From Our Blessed Mother. My sweet children. Listen to my son. Do as he says. He will guide each of you to our Heavenly Father. I pray for each of you and your families and I take these prayers to our father in heaven. Please, please, please listen to me, my children. Let my son Jesus lead you to our Father who art in Heaven.
January 19, 2000. Corpus Christi Adoration Chapel, Lansdale, Pa.
From Our Blessed Mother: My little child, thank you for coming to adore my beautiful son. I will speak to you about St. Theresa, the little flower. She truly loved and adored my son while she lived her earthly life. Her littleness and total supplication to our Heavenly Father allowed her to grow in grace. How many quiet times she shared the unending mercy and love poured out to her little heart from Jesus. Jesus wants each of you, my children, to share in his infinite mercy and love for each of you. Call on the help and intercession of saints like Theresa to aid in your prayers and petitions for yourselves and your loved ones. Know my Jesus loves each one of you with the same infinite love he had for Theresa. Each of you were born to be saints. Allow my Jesus to help you and be with you in your journey. Peace to you and let this little lesson be known to others.
January 29, 2000. St. Peter's Church.
From Jesus: My son, I wish you to let your fellow brothers and sisters to know how wonderful a grace it is to have the sacrament of reconciliation. I am the light of the world. Let others know to look towards me. To come before one of my prayerful priest-sons during confession is a gift I have given all of you to allow you to be freed from the burdens of your sins. Through the holy orders my priest-sons speak my words of compassion and forgiveness to you my children. You will feel the lightness of your heart. How much I want you to be freed from these burdens of sin. Remember, once I have forgiven you, you are like a newborn child. I love each of you my children and wish each of you to come to me in forgiveness of your sins so you can look up to me in the splendor of the light. My peace and love I leave to all of you my children.
February 1, 2000. St. Andrew the Apostle Church, Drexel Hill, Pa.
From the Holy Spirit: Tonight my son you heard some of your brothers and sisters at choir practice. Listen how their voices lift up your heart and soul in angelic praise. This is only a small fraction of what our heavenly angels sound in their angelic praise of our Heavenly Father. What a grace it can be to hear your fellow brothers and sisters use their gifts from God to praise him in song. This is how each of your prayers from your hearts to our Heavenly Father sound. Each of you are so precious to our Father. Allow yourselves to uplift your hearts towards our Heavenly Father whether it is in song or prayer and all the angels will rejoice knowing each of you are allowing yourselves to be open to the touch of God. I love you, my children, and will continue to teach you. Allow yourselves time to spend with our Father.
February 8, 2000. St. Peter's Gethsemene Prayer Group and Adoration.
From Jesus: I come to you in peace, my son. Come to me for your peace, your peace of mind, body and spirit. By humbling myself in the form of the Eucharist, I have made myself in form appear small, weak and defenseless. As you quiet your hearts and come before me in the Blessed Sacrament, you will feel the peace and love I long to give to each of you. If you could only see the rays of the graces of mercy and peace that I emit to all of you through the Eucharist, you would approach me in a deeper reverence. I do not demand this from any of you, but I allow you to choose from your own free will. Come follow me. Allow me to lead you to our Father who art in heaven. I will show you the way. Listen to me. I love each of you with an infinite love. Peace to you, my children. Thank you for coming to adore me tonight.
February 9, 2000. St. Anne Church, Phoenixville, Pa during Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: Today my son you see me in my total purity, the purity given to me by our heavenly Father. Immaculately conceived, without sin, I was always surrounded by a host of heavenly angels. Can you see how your world's terrible sins of abortion, pride, and greed offend our heavenly Father. Your world's sins of promiscuity, vulgarity, and permissiveness cause me to weep tears of sorrow and pierce my immaculate heart. I love each of you, my children, and want to intercede for each of you to help you come closer to my son Jesus. Come to me for your prayers and petitions for your loved ones. Would your mother deny you a heartfelt request? Would your mother turn the other way when you cry out in help? I am the mother of all mankind and I truly love all and each of you as your mother. Please pray that your brothers and sisters will try to lead a life looking and coming toward my son instead of turning away from our Lord and Savior. I will always be with you. Call on me for my intercessory prayers. All glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit.
February 15, 2000. St. Peters Church during Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, I am your Mother of Sorrows. I have felt the worst of sorrows and grief, but yet, through the grace of God and the love of my son, I became closer to God through this suffering. I feel your pain in seeing the dying, I feel your sorrow in seeing others, whose conversion you pray for, turn their backs on God. I feel your despair in seeing your fellow brothers and sisters have their lives controlled by anger, hatred, greed or selfishness. Do you think these feelings of sorrow and pain were worse than I felt looking at my son hanging nailed on the cross. Yet I still prayed to God our Father to accept his will knowing he has the perfect plan. You must pray that you follow God's will and continue to pray, pray and pray for your less fortunate brothers and sisters. Remember, our Jesus wants to forgive all of your sins. All you have to do is ask with a forgiving heart. Pray that you can be more submissive to God's will and not each of your own wills. Trust in God. Trust in prayer. Your prayers for others can turn others' sorrows and suffering into joys of being one with the Father, which is the perfect plan. I love you, my children. Keep praying. Your prayers are heard and make my sorrowful heart joyful.
February 22, 2000. St. Peter's Church during Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: Come, my son, come to my open arms. Come to my immaculate heart. Let me take you to my son. Allow me to lift the veil over your eyes to really see my beautiful son Jesus with your heart. I love you my child.
From Jesus: Welcome, my son. Now you can truly see my graces flow. You can truly feel my love and mercy. Allow yourself to be enveloped in the depth of my mercy and love. Feel my peace. Now your heart is lifted up and you truly feel my light shine through your body and soul. This is the ecstasy of divine love, the love I have for each of you and the love our Father wishes for all of you to spend eternity with you. By listening to my mother call to you to bring you to me, you have felt a glimpse of God our Father's wish for each of you to open your hearts to his divine love. Thank you for coming to adore me tonight and allowing my mother to surround you with her mantle of love.
February 22, 2000. St. Peter's Gethsemene Prayer Group and Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My beautiful children, pray for your country, the United States of America. One nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. Your country was created by men who had a strong avid faith in God. These men stressed the family, hard work, and liberty for all. As each generation has passed, where has the strong faith in God that was shared by all in the early stages of your country gone? Let the renewal in the strength of your country start with each of you. Stress the unity of the family in your households. Stress open acknowledgment of God the Father as the guider of your country. Stand up against the indifference and the breaking of the 10 Commandments, a basis for nations and peoples throughout the world. Each of you can step out in faith by praying for each of your fellow brothers and sisters to come towards the teachings of my son, Jesus, and to set an example of how you are to act as a citizen of the United States of America and a child of God. May God bless each of you, my beautiful children, and your country. As each of you help your country grow in faith and love, the world will be a better place.
February 29, 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: Oh my beautiful children, how I love each of you. It makes my heart full of joy when you come to spend time in adoration of my beautiful son, our Lord, Jesus. Open up your hearts to his love for each of you. He loves each of you because he sees the beauty in each of your souls, the beauty of being each one of God's children. You do not earn his love. It is truly a gift from God. So when you pray, pray with a lightened heart knowing our Jesus hears each of your prayers and listens with a loving sacred heart to each of you because of love. Know our Jesus is a gift from God our Father for each of you in order to allow you to share eternity with God. Pray that you may also be open to the love of the Holy Spirit so each of you may receive the wonderful gifts to enable you to grow in wisdom and love. I love you my children and I plead with each of you to listen to my words which will help you to open yourselves to a more open loving relationship with God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. Thank you for listening.
March 7, 2000. St. Peter's Church during Adoration.
From the Holy Spirit: My child, you must become like a little child in order to fully understand the teachings of our Lord Jesus. You must listen with the pureness of a child in order to really hear and feel with your heart what our Lord wants to teach you. A child is eager to learn and a child listens with total abandonment of any distractions at all so all the child can hear is the true word of God, which is love itself. You were all created to live in a world of total love for each other in union with God the Father. Where in your life has this union broken down and your childlike faith weakened? Know God the Father loves each of you and wants every one of you to come to know him with your heart in a pure childlike love. Allow Jesus to heal your hurts, anxieties and other sorrows which should bring you closer to God the Father, but many times you decide to handle them as an adult and place these hurts and burdens on yourselves instead of offering them up to God in childlike prayer and thereby coming closer to our creator. This is why you must become like a child to allow each of you to open yourselves to the infinite mercy of God, the Father of all mankind. Pray that my spirit may descend upon you and you will accept these graces with a childlike heart and mind. You are so very precious, my children.
March 14, 2000. St. Peter's Church during Adoration.
From Jesus: My son, now that you have finally calmed yourself down from your worldly worries and anxious thoughts of your mind, can you now feel the peace, my peace, linking your heart to mine. You now feel my holiness as you are surrounded with my heavenly graces. Is it not as if time has stopped and you now realize my divine love and mercy for you? This ecstasy, this feeling of weightlessness, is but a fraction of what heaven will be like for all my children. Come with your fellow brothers and sisters and spend more time with me in the Blessed Sacrament. This is a message I wish you to share with all your brothers and sisters. I love each and every one of you and I wish to spend eternity with all of you, my children. Allow me to help you to come to God our Father. Lift up your hearts to me and allow me to give each of you that peace the world knows not. Come to me as often as you like for I am always waiting for each of you with open arms. My peace I leave you.
March 20, 2000. St. Joseph's Church during Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, allow me to tell you about my wonderful husband Joseph. So little is written about him in today's society. He should be the perfect example of what a father, a husband and a worker should be like. He was a kind, gentle man who loved to read psalms to our Jesus as a child. This is something that is lacking with fathers of today. Take the time to teach your children about the ways of God and the life of Jesus. Joseph was a loving, kind husband who provided our holy family with the bare necessities we needed in order to live. He was a very diligent worker who used his God given abilities to his fullest. His quiet, but steadfast faith in God was a perfect example to all who knew him. Pray to my Joseph for his intercession for your prayers and he will come to your assistance. I thank God for providing our Joseph to us.
March 21, 2000. St. Peter's Church during Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, tonight I wish to take you on a journey. Give up all your anxieties, worries, frustrations or anger and place them at the foot of the Cross and the Blessed Sacrament and offer them up to my son, our Lord Jesus. Allow God to place you in the palm of his hand. See how he lifts you up above the earth and you can see all the heavenly bodies about you. Know that our God places all these beautiful heavenly bodies such as the sun, moon and the planets in perfect harmony and he continues to place his blessings upon our good earth. Knowing he has created all this, do you not think that he pays attention to each and every one of your fellow brothers and sisters who are his creations made in his likeness? Try to remember this and realize the infinite love and mercy our heavenly father has for each of his children. As you see your fellow brothers and sisters, see the love in each of them that needs to be nourished with the help of each of you. Allow yourselves to be open to the love of God and your hearts will be filled with a wonderful love for God and a greater appreciation of God as our creator who wishes each of you to be open to his infinite love. All praises, glory and honor be to God. I love you, my children.
Note from Mike A. This is hard to explain, but before the above words came to me I was lifted up in the palm of God's hands first in the clouds and then up into what I would call space and I could look down on the earth and see the other planets about me. It gave me the impression of a perfect harmony among all the heavenly bodies. It also gave me the impression of the awesomeness of God, the creator of all things.
March 27, 2000. Holy Martyrs Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, today I wish to teach you about my priest-sons. It was their love for my Jesus that led them to become what they were destined to become, beacons of light to their fellow brothers and sisters. Their love of God through the prompting of the Holy Spirit brought them, through their own free will, to do God's will. These beautiful priest-sons have gladly carried my son's cross and wear his painful crown of thorns. Pray for them, that they may continue to do God's will and that they may be strengthened by the prayers of your fellow brothers and sisters for them. Remember, they are human and subject to the temptations of the evil one and they do need your prayers. Pray my children. Pray, pray, pray for them. Bring your petitions to my immaculate heart and I will take them to our Lord Jesus. Pray for vocations for more priests. Pray that they all can offer mass with all of their heart, soul and mind. Remember, they alone can consecrate the bread and wine into the life-giving body and blood of our Lord Jesus. Praise God for giving us priests. Thank you for listening. Let others know their prayers are much needed and so important.
April 4 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My beautiful children, tonight I wish to speak to you about love. God is love. Each of you were created out of the love of the Father. His ultimate love for each of you was accomplished when his love was made flesh and blood in the form of Jesus, his son, my son. From his conception as a man, his love for each of you spread like wild-fire throughout the world. Out of God's love for you, each of you have been given a free will to accept Jesus' love for you and accept his love with your heart so you may spread his love to your fellow brothers and sisters. When my son looked at others, they could not but feel the love of God pour through his loving heart and touch the souls of others with pure love. When you see a small child look you in the eyes, can you not reciprocate the child's love with a loving look which stems from the love in your heart for that precious child. Give my Jesus your hearts. Let him heal them so each of you may look at those less fortunate all around you with the loving eyes and heart of Jesus. It is then when you feel and live this love that you will come closer to the kingdom of God. I leave you my loving peace, my beautiful children.
April 11, 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, now you have finally quieted your heart, I wish to take you to my son, our Lord Jesus. He waits in humility for each of your brothers and sisters to come to adore him in the Blessed Sacrament. Let his rays of love and mercy reach out and touch your heart. He can speak in love from his sacred heart to your contrite hearts. (From Jesus) My son allow me to surround you with my peace. When you are at peace with yourself and the world around you, you can feel the beauty that our Heavenly Father created for all to see and feel. By giving me your heart, I can purify your heart and give you the gift of everlasting life. This is why all of your brothers and sisters were created, to share everlasting life with our Father in heaven. Coming to adoration before me with a contrite heart will give you a glimpse of the peace and love I wish to share with you in heaven. This is meant for all your brothers and sisters. Spread the word. I have come to give everlasting life to anyone who believes in me with a loving and contrite heart. Allow me to teach each of you love, humility, and patience. Pray that my Holy Spirit may descend upon you, and teach you. Ask for me and I will always be with you. Spread the word to get more of your brothers and sisters to spend more time with me in adoration. I love you, ALL of you. Peace to you.
April 18, 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, tonight I wish to teach you about the sacrament of reconciliation, given to each of you as a gift from God. Since Adam and Eve committed the first sin in the garden of Eden, mankind has had the mark of original sin on them. In today's world, there are so many distractions propagated by the evil one that each of your fellow brothers and sisters, including yourself, need some means of overcoming these sins and becoming closer to God. My beautiful son, Jesus, was born to give you the means. He has the power to forgive sins. Through the Holy Spirit, the apostles were given as priests through the Holy Orders the role of representing Jesus, through Jesus, to forgive your sins if asked with a contrite heart. Use this sacrament my children. Allow my Jesus to heal your hearts, forgive your sins and let you start off as a newborn babe once again. If you could only see the spiritual luggage on each person's soul that is removed after confession, you would believe even more so how real this beautiful sacrament is. Pray that more of your brothers and sisters will use this beautiful gift from God, the sacrament of reconciliation, to help them become closer to God in their earthly journey. I love you my children. Please, please, please tell others this good news.
April 25, 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My beautiful children, tonight I wish to talk to you about my beautiful children. Each of you was born as a perfect creation in the eyes of God. Each of you have been given special gifts and talents made especially for you. By surrendering your heart to my Jesus, you enable yourselves to become closer in spirit to God our Father. Children need encouragement and a loving prayerful family in order to be nourished in their spiritual growth. This was the American dream from your forefathers. What has happened to this dream? All about you are abortions, broken marriages, promiscuity, violence and child abuse. Where has the love for your children and each other gone? Please, my children, pray for your fellow brothers and sisters to get to know and love my Jesus. He will guide each of you back to the path of love for each other. Allow this love within each of you to be shared with each of your brothers and sisters so that their hearts may be nourished with your love and they may grow spiritually to be the beautiful flowers and little children that God created them to be. Pray, pray, pray my children that the peace, love and hope gained through knowing and loving my Jesus grows in your country. Start with your families. I love you, my children.
May 2, 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: Oh my beautiful children, please remove your spiritual blinders so that you may truly see my son's real presence in the Most Blessed Sacrament. Rejoice, rejoice, for he is truly alive and present. Allow yourselves to be touched by his rays of love and mercy for each of you who truly believe in him. He is our savior. Rejoice, rejoice! From Jesus. Now my son you can feel my divine love for you and all your brothers and sisters. By opening your hearts truly to me, you allow yourselves to be touched by my endless love and mercy for each of you. Allow me to hold your hearts in my hands to nourish you with my love for each of you. Spread the word to your brothers and sisters. I am truly alive in the Most Blessed Sacrament and I long to be visited by more of my people. Allow me to bring each of your fellow brothers and sisters to our Father in heaven. I long for more of your brothers and sisters to come to me so I may give you the bread of life. I am the bread of life. Come, follow me.
May 10, 2000. St. Anne's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My beautiful children, praise be to God. I wish to speak to you about angels. These heavenly spirits are a wondrous gift from God. They are constantly fighting spiritual battles for each of you and your fellow brothers and sisters. They helped to announce profound moments in the history of mankind. Call on them, little ones, for their intercession and protection from the snares of the evil one. Pray that others may believe heavenly angels do exist and love each of you so dearly. Call upon your guardian angel for protection and thank your guardian angel for their unending service to God our Father by doing his will and protecting his loved ones. Thank St. Michael, St. Raphael, and St. Gabriel for their perpetual homage to God throughout time by protecting and guarding his loved creations. You, my children, are truly loved by God our Father. Give thanksgiving for the help of angels and praise to God for his infinite wisdom in creating angels of God. I love you, my children. Pray others may believe in angels.
May 18, 2000. Ballintuber Abbey, Ireland, During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My beautiful children, thank you for coming from America to adore my beautiful Jesus. Feel his peace, feel his abundant mercy. Continue to open your hearts to his love. Allow me to intercede for you to bring you to my son. Pray for all your brothers and sisters throughout the world. Pray for the children of this beautiful country, Ireland, that they will protect life and come to know my Jesus in a more profound way. I love you my children and will continue to pour my graces upon you. Love each other as my son loves you. I love you my little children.May 19, 2000. Our Lady of Knock Shrine, Knock, Ireland, before Mass. From Our Blessed Mother. The message I have for you my children is to pray, pray, and pray for your fellow brothers and sisters throughout the world. In quiet prayer you will come to know my Jesus who hears your prayers.
May 24, 2000. Tyburn Convent, London, England, During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, quiet down your heart, empty your racing mind of any thoughts. Allow the all-embracing love of the Lord our God to overwhelm your soul to be with you. Coming before the Triune God in eucharistic adoration is a grace and true gift from God. Whether you lead a life in a religious order or as a layperson, know that the Lord our God loves each of you. Pray that through my Jesus' sacred heart he will heal you, console you, cleanse you and bring you to God our father. Allow the Holy Spirit to enlighten your minds of this beautiful mystery. Know our Jesus wants each of you to spend time in adoration with him. Let your fellow brothers and sisters know of this request. I love each of you my children and need each of you to pray for your fellow brothers and sisters to come in adoration of our Triune God.
May 30, 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My beautiful children, praise be to God for giving us families. The family life is where we develop our children and nurture them with love. This love is meant to be shared with each family member and is founded by the love our Lord Jesus has for us. Just as families nurture their young with love, kindness, patience, and a firm guiding hand, this is what God our Father does for each of us. Pray that the love God the Father has for each of us, we can give to our family members. Treat each other with respect, humility, and most of all, love. The family is such an important part in our earthly journey towards coming to know and love the Lord our God. Pray that families can become more prayerful, caring, and loving for each other. Each of you can play an important part by becoming more Christ-like to your family members. Allow me to intercede for each of your families to love each other more. Pray for others that my Jesus will touch their hearts with his loving mercy and bring them closer in true love, a love meant for all families. I love you, my children. Please, please, please pray for families of the world.
June 6, 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration. Note from Mike A. I was led to see what appeared to be Pope John Paul II bowing down before the Blessed Sacrament in total reverence.
From the Holy Spirit: I come to you tonight to shed some light on the mysteries of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of my beloved spouse, Mary. These two hearts are joined together through the grace of God the Father. Through these two hearts you will come to know and love each other as I love you. Free yourselves of your earthly desires and allow your heart to be touched by the love of the hearts of Jesus and Mary, whose hearts have been pierced so that each of you can be open to the Father's will of granting each of you eternal life. Though their hearts were pierced by, and still are pierced by all the sins of your fellow brothers and sisters, there is still hope for each of you through their prayers and sufferings to overcome your sins through the grace of God and become one in love with God. Pray to me for my guidance and knowledge that the truths about our Triune God will become apparent to each of you. Pray that the heartfelt sorrows from the Immaculate Heart of Mary and the Sacred Heart of Jesus will not be in vain and that each of you may turn their sorrows into joy through your love for your fellow brothers and sisters and God our Father. My divine peace and love I leave you.From Our Blessed Mother. Please pray for Pope John Paul II for his strength to continue being a beacon of light to your fellow brothers and sisters. Listen to him. Imitate his love. I love you my little children.
June 13, 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Jesus: My son, close your eyes. Quiet your heart. Do you feel my rays of love and peace radiate through your body. Do you not feel my all-embracing love and compassion I have for you and all your fellow brothers and sisters. You do not need to see me to feel my rays of divine mercy and love, to feel my peace, to feel my healing graces. This is the love I have for each of you. These graces are for all your fellow brothers and sisters. Let them know to come before me in my humble form of a small white host. But yet, once their eyes become eyes from their hearts, each of your brothers and sisters will come to see me in my heavenly splendor and endless love and mercy for each of you. Allow me to share my love with each of you by opening your hearts to me in love. Allow me to touch your hearts and bring you closer to my Father's love for each of you. This is a touch of heaven on earth. Let your fellow brothers and sisters know I wish for more of them to come before me in adoration. I will pour my graces upon each of them and help them to learn to love and know our Father in heaven. My peace and love I leave you, my children. Come, follow me.
June 20, 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, please touch your heart. Tonight I wish to speak to you about how you can listen with your heart, pray from your heart and love from your heart. All these things are meant for all your fellow brothers and sisters to have as gifts to be shared with each other. God our Father is love. This love begins as a small seed in your heart. Through prayer from your hearts to God our Father, you come to know and to love God our Father through listening to the promptings of the Holy Spirit through your heart. As the gift of love from God our Father to each of you grows in your hearts, you become aware of the prayers needed for your fellow brothers and sisters throughout the world who are sick, lonely, hungry, poor or dying. Through your love for each of them from your prayers of your heart to God our Father, you then open up yourselves to the mercy and love that God our Father has and continually gives to each of you and you then experience the infinite love God wishes to share with each of you. Now when you touch your hearts, you are not only touching a physical heart, but a spirit-filled heart filled by the love of God for you. This is the love my Jesus died for each of you to be able to receive. I love you, my children. Love each other.
June 27, 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration. Note from Mike A. I had a vision of Jesus just getting up after a night of prayer and Jesus was walking across a meadow in the mountains and saying to his apostles in a cheerful, loving voice as the morning light spread across the meadow, "Arise my fellow brothers. Rejoice, a new day is born!"
From Jesus: My son, I wish you to tell your fellow brothers and sisters the same thing, arise from your slumber! A new day is born. Rejoice! For today is a new day, a day to do God's perfect will. Each of your fellow brothers and sisters can take this advice to truly rejoice that each of you have a chance to spend eternity rejoicing and praising God in his goodness. I will take you to the Father. Give me your hearts. Allow me to be your Lord, your Savior. Allow me to welcome you into the kingdom of God our Father. Once you truly accept me as your Lord and Savior, you allow me to shed my divine mercy on you so you can become one in me while on your earthly journey and you can live each day to the fullest by walking with me throughout your day. So, my children, rejoice! Arise from your slumber of your spirit. Allow me to awaken both your physical slumber and spiritual slumber so that we may spend eternity together in love. Thank you for awakening from your slumber and listening. I wish for more of your brothers and sisters to spend time with me. I love all of you, my dear children.
July 9, 2000. St. Isaac Jocques Adoration Chapel.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, thank you for taking the time to adore my beautiful son, our Lord Jesus Christ. Tonight I wish to speak to you about your fellow brothers and sisters who are in prison throughout the world. Each person at some time in their life must choose between good and evil. For some of you this is an easy choice. For others, who are prey to the temptations of the evil one, poor decisions can be made. Throughout history, when one goes against man made laws, they are incarcerated and put into prison to serve a sentence whether it be for one night or for the rest of their earthly life. The reality of being in prison can be looked upon as a negative experience or an experience when your brothers and sisters can open up their hearts to the healing love of Jesus and with a contrite heart ask Almighty God for forgiveness of their sins. My son wishes to forgive all his children who are truly sorry for their sins and believe Jesus is their savior. Remember, the day my son was crucified, one of the first persons in paradise with him was a prisoner crucified next to him. So, my beautiful children, pray for your fellow brothers and sisters who are in prison that they may believe in the healing and saving grace of our Lord Jesus. I pray that one day you will meet them in paradise and they will thank you for your prayers. I love you, my children, whether you are incarcerated or not. Love one another.
July 18, 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, tonight I wish to speak to you about what it is like to look but not be able to see and to listen but not be able to hear. My sorrowful heart weeps tears of sorrow because so many of your fellow brothers and sisters have become lukewarm and do not listen to the many signs around each of you to come closer to my son Jesus and truly live his word. Your hearts have become dulled by the distractions and false truths propagated by the evil one. Do not fall into Satan's trap of complacency in following the truths found in scripture. Each of you must become alive in the Holy Spirit so you can truly look and really see Jesus in each of your brothers and sisters and really listen and hear the love of God in each of your fellow brothers and sisters. Wake up, my children. The kingdom of God is at hand. You must each live the faith as if today were your last day on earth and share the faith as if today was your last day to spread the truth that my son is here to save all your brothers and sisters now, today, forever. Please, please, please my children, hear my plea. See, hear, and spread the message that Jesus, our Jesus, loves everyone and wishes all to be saved. I love each of you, my children.
July 24, 2000. Visitation BVM Adoration Chapel.
From Our Blessed Mother: Come Holy Spirit, come with your fire of love. Let your spirit descend upon my soul, so I may be one in union with you. My son, these are prayers each of you can and should use to call upon my spouse, the Holy Spirit of God. He wishes for each of you to be open to his loving graces and gifts to bring each of you closer to God the Father and God the Son. Through this unity of love with our triune God, each of your fellow brothers and sisters gain a better understanding of the request of my son to "love each other as I have loved you." Open your hearts to the fiery love of the Holy Spirit. Allow him to help you gain a better understanding of God our Father's perfect plan for each of you. Come Holy Spirit, come into each of my beautiful children's lives. I love you, my children.
August 4, 2000. St. Mary Adoration Chapel of Divine Mercy. Key West, Fla.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, as a clock ticks by second by second, this is how each of your lives unfold before the heavenly gaze of God. With each passing second, each of your brothers and sisters are getting closer to each of your personal encounters on your judgment day with Jesus, the judge of all mankind. My little children, rather than be filled with a fear of each of your upcoming judgments by Jesus, our Lord, instead be filled with his love, right at this moment by opening each of your hearts to his boundless love for each of you. Allow Jesus to be your friend, your healer, your God, now at this moment. Do not let the temptings of the evil one take your attention away from our Lord Jesus at this present second. Call on me, your mother, for my intercession to help me bring you to Jesus, your Lord, our Lord today and forever. Please, my children, do not let precious time be wasted. Open your hearts to Jesus to allow him to heal you and save you. All heaven is watching and praying for each of you. (Note from Mike A.) It ended by hearing a solo voice singing, "Jesus, remember me when you come in glory. Jesus, remember me when you come in glory."
August 8, 2000. St. Peter's Church during Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, have you listened to the beautiful sounds of birds singing in the early dawn proclaiming the joy of a new day and the abundant graces that each new day brings? If God's little creatures such as birds take the time to sing their praises to God for each new day, do you not think that each of your fellow brothers and sisters should sing songs of praise to God our Father each new day. Pray, my children, that your hearts may sing in joy and thanksgiving for each new day, a day in which each of you can praise and thank our heavenly Father for giving us life, for giving each of us his Son to have eternal life and for giving each of us his most Holy Spirit to guide each of us in his divine mercy and love. Whether or not you have a great earthly voice or are not considered pleasing to earthly ears, know that God our father only hears beauty in your voice when it comes in joyful praise and thanksgiving. I love each of you, my children.
August 22, 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Jesus: Come, follow me. Let me lead you through the path of life, through the complicated maze of each of your earthly journeys to our Father in heaven. From Our Blessed Mother. It is so very simple but each of your fellow brothers and sisters make it so complicated. Trust in my son Jesus. Give him your heart. Speak to him through your heart instead of your mind. Allow him to guide you toward the way, the truth and the light. Once you have allowed my son to heal your broken hearts, you then come closer to allow yourselves to love each other as he has loved you. You reach out to help your fellow brothers and sisters because it is the natural way to express God's love for his children. This peace, this harmony, this heavenly grace allows each of you to understand a small hint of what is heaven on earth. Allow my Jesus to love you and forgive you and you will truly get to know the goodness that our Lord has in store for each of you. I love you my children, but my love is but a fraction of the infinite love our Lord has for each of you. Taste and see the goodness of the Lord.
August 29, 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, tonight I wish to speak to you about the killing of the holy innocents, abortions in your country. Each child is upon conception a child of God our Father. These children are love and innocence in it's purist sense. God has created a purpose for each of his children no matter how young or small they are. What God has created, no man must destroy. Yet your fellow brothers and sisters have allowed these beautiful children to be destroyed. Through human vices allowed to enter and fester by the evil one, this has been enough to cause parents to abort their very own children. Your society has twisted and covered the truth so that these killings continue to go on unnoticed to most of your fellow brothers and sisters. Those guided children who do protest these killings are scorned upon by your society. Do not be deceived, my little children. Pray, pray, pray that abortions may stop in your country. Allow the love of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit to overflow throughout each of your lives and allow you to really see this terrible evil of your time. Pray that these killings will stop. Pray that the parents can come to know the love my son Jesus has for each of his little children. I am the mother of all children and it pierces my immaculate heart when I see my little children destroying each other. Please, my little children, pray for these killings to stop. Give them the chance to lead an earthly life doing God the Father's will. Thank you for listening to me, my little children. ( Note from Mike A. All throughout the time while receiving this message, as I looked at the monstrance and the Blessed Sacrament, I saw a little unborn baby in the fetal position hanging on a cross.)
September 12, 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, why must you be so restless and anxious? Quiet your heart. Knowing you are in the presence of my most holy son Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament, there is no need to worry about anything. Upon conception and development of your little hearts to pump our life-giving blood throughout your body, you are each given the gift of life. Each of you, my little children, are given the gift of a heart that continuously pumps life-giving blood throughout your body. Most of you take this for granted until one of your fellow brothers and sisters has some complications with their life-giving heart. Fear not my little children. Through my son Jesus each of you are given the sacrifice of his precious blood to give each of you not only life, but everlasting life. By my son Jesus giving up his precious blood which ceased his life-giving heart to beat, he in the ultimate sacrifice, gave to each of you the chance for eternal life. Please my little children, open your hearts to his love. Please give him a chance to save each of you in order to spend eternity with God the Father in paradise. Spread the word. Jesus shed his blood for you and died for you so each of you, my little children, may have eternal life. Please say yes to his love.
September 19, 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: Oh my beautiful children, what joy it gives my immaculate heart to see each of you here tonight in adoration of our Lord and Savior, Jesus. If you could only see all the holy angels bowing down before our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament. He is truly alive in this most humble form and he hears your prayers and will heal your broken and hurting little hearts. Rejoice! Each of you have been so blessed just to be in his presence tonight and to adore him with all the holy angels. I love you my little children and will continue to pray for each of you.
September 26, 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Jesus: All my brothers, all my sisters, come, follow me. Allow me to bring each of you, my loved ones, to my heavenly Father. Whether I appear as a child, a man, or as a wayward orphan know that I love each of you and I yearn for each of you to love me. Through loving me with your heart, you will come to know the compassion, the mercy and the heavenly healing I wish to share with each of you. It is then you will want to share these gifts, these graces with your fellow brothers and sisters who need your compassion, your mercy and your peace. Through sharing this love with others, you are sharing my love with others and they will truly see myself in you. I was born into this world as a child for the purpose of growing up to be a man, like each of you in all ways except sin, to die for each of you so you may have eternal life. Come, follow me. Have childlike faith. I will take you to our heavenly Father. I love each of you. My childlike peace I leave with each of you.
October 1, 2000. During Adoration at Catholic Unity Conference, King of Prussia, Pa.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, try to remember the sound of a running stream, the fresh bubbling sound as water rushes over the various rocks cleansing them of debris that has accumulated on them. Try to remember the fresh smell of a running brook, the clean cool air. That, my son, is how each of your fellow brothers and sisters are cleansed through the grace of my son, Jesus, after receiving the sacrament of reconciliation. Jesus is the true healer, the consoler, the forgiver of each of your sins. It is important for each of your fellow brothers and sisters to receive regularly the sacrament of reconciliation from one of my holy priest-sons. It is through them that my son Jesus will cleanse each of you of any obstacles which cause disharmony with our heavenly Father. I continually pray that more of your fellow brothers and sisters will accept and receive this, the wondrous sacrament of reconciliation. I love you my children and will continue to surround each of you with my mantle of love.
October 3, 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, listen with your heart. It is with great joy that I come to you tonight. Joy because the vicar of Christ, Pope John Paul II, has proclaimed the good news to all the nations. Christ is alive in the Eucharist. Jesus is our lord and savior. He is truly the light of the world. I am joyous because my pope son has proclaimed throughout the world to make my son Jesus more accessible to the lay people through perpetual adoration chapels. It is here that each of your fellow brothers and sisters will come to know Jesus and his infinite mercy. Allow yourselves to spend more time in adoration of our Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. He is the way, the truth and the light of all nations. Let our Jesus touch each of your hearts with his love and each of you, my little children, will make your present world a better place and help me be your joyful mother. Pray that you will feel this joy through spreading our Jesus' joy to your fellow brothers and sisters. I love you, my little children.
October 10, 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, tonight I wish to take you on a journey, a journey that transcends time and space. (Notes from Mike A. I was then in a totally dark space, without any light, sound or anything, but most especially without God. This seemed to me so empty. It gave me the impression I was in what I would think as Purgatory. I was then taken to Jesus at the last supper and saw Jesus with tears in his eyes and running down his face raising the bread and saying, This is my body which has been offered up for you. Do this in remembrance of me. I then saw a still teary-eyed Jesus raising the wine chalice saying, This is my blood which will be shed for you, the blood of a new and everlasting covenant. Do this in remembrance of me. The vision then changed to Jesus hanging on the cross with the crown of thorns visibly causing excruciating pain and the nails piercing his body. The vision then ended.) My son, you have been given a journey which all of your brothers and sisters each travel on when participating in the Holy Mass. But yet, do you really live the mass and participate in these wonderful mysteries. Let your brothers and sisters know what they already know but because of so many distractions, do not see or feel the sacred mysteries which occur as each mass is celebrated throughout the world. Feel the passion. Live the passion of my beautiful son who died for each and every one of your fellow brothers and sisters. Pray my little children that your spiritual senses will be awakened so each of you will truly get to know and love my son Jesus and through him spend eternity with our Father in heaven. Jesus is alive in the Eucharist. Spread the word. Back to God I obediently return. I love each of you, my children.
October 17, 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, you have finally quieted your heart so that you can listen to my words for you and your fellow brothers and sisters. You must not take these lightly, but with a deep humility. I wish for all your brothers and sisters to truly learn to pray with your hearts. Prayer must be a true communication from your hearts to God our Father. He loves all of you, his little children, and wishes each of you to speak to him in childlike simplicity. Our God is a merciful and loving God and he wants each of you, his little children, to be showered with his graces. He loves each of you and through Jesus has given each of you the grace to spend eternity with him. Come to him, my little children, in earnest prayer with open, loving hearts and allow yourselves to be touched by God our Father's infinite love for each of you, his little children.
October 25, 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, when you look at the early morning sky and see all the stars in their brilliance, quantity and magnitude does this not fill your heart with a feeling of awe for God our Father, our Creator. Now, my son, as you place yourself in front of the most Blessed Sacrament what your human eyes see is a small white host. Your little human heart says how can this be our Lord Jesus, our Triune God. My son, let your brothers and sisters know it is because of God our Father's love for each of his precious little children that he makes himself available to each of you in a humble, approachable way so he can speak to your little hearts in this quiet, personal way. My children, take the time to come to adore my Jesus as often as possible. He will heal each of your little hearts with his divine rays of mercy and love. In this quiet, personal encounter with our Jesus, you will be enriched with the graces and virtues knowing you were touched by God and are continuing your spiritual journey on earth that will teach you how to love the Lord our God with all your heart, your mind and your soul and to love your neighbor as yourself.
November 7, 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, you have finally calmed your troubled heart and slowed down your thoughts so that you can now hear my words of encouragement and guidance for you and your fellow brothers and sisters. When each of you feel so helpless and overwhelmed by the atrocities of the world against God our Father, it is truly then when each of you must open up your hearts to God in childlike faith. Pray that your fellow brothers' and sisters' eyes will be opened to the light and truth of God. Read Holy Scripture to give each of you guidance of the life and teachings of my son Jesus. Pray that the most Holy Spirit will open your eyes, ears and heart to the wisdom of God and teach you how to love the Lord our God with all your heart, mind and soul. This love for God will permeate your very souls and will allow you to love others in ways human hearts cannot understand. Allow each of your little hearts to be loved by God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit and your precious little hearts will be inflamed with a love for others that is a heavenly love. As your mother, I welcome each of you, my little children, to ask me for my intercession for each of your prayers to our Triune God so that we may be truly in communion with God. Have faith my little children that your fellow brothers and sisters' hearts will become changed through your prayers and your world will become a better place. I love each of you my little children. Trust in the triumph of my immaculate heart.
November 22, 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My beautiful children, I wish for each of you to grow in your love for my Jesus and allow your hearts to be touched by his merciful love. By increasing your love for Jesus each of you will grow in love for your fellow brothers and sisters. Through your acts of kindness, mercy and love for your fellow brothers and sisters you will make your gate to heaven grow wider to not only be graced yourselves with eternal life, but by your loving acts towards others you are bringing them to my Jesus and helping your fellow brothers and sisters also come through the gate to heaven. Oh, how much our heavenly Father is pleased when you reach out with your heart to assist your fellow brothers and sisters and through your kind and merciful actions let them see how my son Jesus has blessed your life through his merciful love and wishes for all mankind to be saved. Love each other as he loves you. Open each of your blind eyes to your surroundings and with a prayerful heart really then begin to see the love our Father has for each of you and wishes you to share with others. I love each of you my children. Please pray your hearts will truly be able to see clearly that each of you need to help others with the love through the eyes of my son Jesus.
November 28, 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, tonight I wish to speak to you about what a magnificent grace and gift each of my children have in being able to come to adore our Jesus in the most Blessed, most Holy Sacrament. This gift is a true oasis in your chaotic world, an oasis where each of you, my little children, can truly receive the peace, love and mercy from Jesus, our Lord. Once each of you quiet your little hearts and minds to truly listen to my son speak to your hearts, you then truly begin to understand what an honor and privilege and true blessing it is for each of you to take the time from your busy lives to spend in quiet adoration of my son Jesus. I wish each of you could see all the holy angels who constantly bow in adoration to their Triune God. Know my children that each of you whether you feel him, see him or hear him are truly blessed by Jesus who loves each of you so much and is so joyful when you, his beautiful children, take the time from your busy days to adore him for what he is, "the Son of God", who came into this world to save each of you. Rejoice, for Jesus is truly present and waits for each of you to spend time with him in holy adoration. Thank you for listening, my little children. I love you.
December 5, 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, tonight I wish to speak to you about the most holy rosary. This rosary is a true safeguard in your modern world against the wickedness and snares of the evil one. Before reciting the rosary, call on the holy archangels Gabriel, Raphael and Michael to guard each of you, my little children, against distractions while praying the rosary. Start the rosary with an intention to give this act of faith and prayer a purpose. Recite the apostles creed as if you yourselves were one of the original apostles when the creed was first created through the promptings of the Holy Spirit. Pray the Our Father with each of your little hearts totally open to God our Father. Close your eyes. Let his will be done and truly forgive those who trespass against you. Give true glory to the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Recite the words of my cousin Elizabeth in the Hail Mary. Feel the power of the Holy Spirit as she exclaimed these words. Feel my total humility upon hearing these bold proclamations. Then my children pray to me that I may, through the grace of God, intercede for each of you now and at the hour of your earthly death. Continue through each of the mysteries with a humble, prayerful heart whether they be the joyful, glorious or sorrowful mysteries. Allow the most Holy Spirit to guide each of you my little children though the holy rosary and upon completion each of you have truly been touched by the grace of God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. I love you my children. Please, please, please pray the most holy rosary to help to make your present world a better place for your fellow brothers and sisters. Pray it with a purpose. Pray it with an intention. Pray it with your heart.
December 12, 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, I come to you tonight with a sorrowful heart because of the hardness of hearts of the leaders of your world. As a bright flame catches your eye more than a duller one, that is how your present world's leaders are enticed by the glitter and snares of the evil one. Your fellow brothers and sisters have become so full of pride and hardness of heart that they are led to believe that they do not need God. Do not be deceived, little ones. Awake from your slumber. Pray that you may truly see the truth and that each of you will not be deceived into falling into the snares of the evil one. You, my little children, who hear my words, pray that your fellow brothers and sisters can wake up from their spiritual slumber. Pray that the Holy Spirit may truly descend upon them to allow them to open their hardened hearts to the love of my son Jesus and allow Jesus to truly heal their cold hearts to allow them to get to know and feel the love God our Father has for each of his children. Each person is so special to God whether they are old, unborn, crippled, addicted, imprisoned, homeless or unemployed. He loves all of you, his little children. Pray that your hearts will be more open to your less fortunate brothers and sisters and that your fortunate brothers and sisters who have wealth, power or fame may not become hard of heart, but may become loving, peaceful and prayerful children of God. Your prayers from your hearts will help to make your sorrowful mother's heart into a joyous heart. Thank you for listening to me, my little children. I love you.
December 19, 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, as your spiritual senses have become awakened, can you not feel the joy, wonder and anticipation of the upcoming celebration of the birth of our savior, Jesus. This spiritual awakening is truly a gift from God our Father for each of your fellow brothers and sisters. God in his infinite wisdom chose a lowly handmaiden, myself, to be the mother of his most precious son. But yet God performed the most perfect miracle only after I accepted his most perfect will to be the mother of the savior and redeemer of all mankind, Jesus. As my dear Joseph and I awaited the birth of our savior, all the world were in darkness. When our sweet savior was born in that poor stable, all heaven rejoiced for the light of the world had been born to redeem all mankind and conquer the darkness of sin. This, my little children, is how each of you can prepare your spiritual senses for the upcoming Christmas day. Do not be concerned of the busyness and anxiety of all the worldly cares in preparation for this day. Prepare your hearts, my little children, to keep a heavenly peace about yourselves and allow it to flow to your brothers and sisters. Remember, you are celebrating the birth of Jesus, the savior of the world. He is the light that will conquer the darkness. He has been born to save each one of your precious souls. Rejoice and give thanks to God. Allow your spiritual senses to be truly awakened and truly rejoice in the great gift God our Father has provided for each of us, Jesus, his son to give each of you eternal life. I love you my little children. Please spread the word over the ends of the earth. Pray that this may be so.
December 26, 2000. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Jesus: My son, tonight you come before me with many troubles and anxieties on your mind. You feel as though you should be ashamed to bring your inadequacies, shortcomings and worries before me. Do you not know that it is your imperfections and shortcomings that I love so much about you and your fellow brothers and sisters. I know and understand that each of you are not perfect but by coming before me in faith and prayer, I then can speak to each of your hearts and allow you to place your shortcomings, worries and fears at the foot of my cross so I can relieve each of your burdens out of pure love for each of you. That is why the Father allowed me to be born into your world as a human being in all things but sin, so that I might forgive each of your sins and allow each of you to do the Father's perfect will. Allow me to embrace each of you with my infinite love. Come, my children, come to the foot of my cross and allow me to lighten your burdens so your spirit can fly like a butterfly in love toward Our Father in heaven. Come, follow me.
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