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January 8, 2002. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: Let whoever is without sin throw the first stone. My son, what do those words mean to you? Were those words from the word incarnate meant just for the angry crowd? Were they meant for the people two thousand years ago? Were they meant for your brothers and sisters today? You, my little children, must understand that you are all sinners. Why then, do you continue to criticize others, to blame others, to slander others. The words of my son Jesus were meant to be a healing balm for the entire human race. Jesus came to let the world know that all are sinners, but through him your sins will be forgiven and through him you can have eternal life in heaven, a place without sin or blemish. Take the time to quietly acknowledge in the depths of your little hearts that you have sinned and are sinners just as the men of two thousand years ago, who were about to stone a woman to death. Then, just as those men did long ago, look at your own lives, acknowledge your own sins and instead of walking away from Jesus, come to him with a contrite heart and ask him for forgiveness. That is, my little children, how you must live your earthly lives. Know that I constantly pray for each of you whom I love so dearly as my children. Pray that you may be open to my son Jesus' infinite love and mercy for each of you.
January 29, 2002. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, you have traveled through many roads and have attended many churches, but do you truly comprehend the majesty and sacredness of the Eucharist, the true presence of our Lord Jesus. God in his infinite wisdom has given mankind the privilege to witness the true presence of Jesus. Through the sacrament of Holy Orders, my priest-sons consecrate the manmade bread into the miraculous bread of life. Through human hands, you my little children are given the sacred privilege to consume my son Jesus who then consumes with his Holy Spirit your total being. Please, my little children, comprehend what has just happened. Jesus, our Lord and Savior, has allowed himself to be humbled to a small white host, has allowed the miracle of transubstantiation to take place through the human imperfect hands of one of my priest-sons and then allowed you, my little children, to consume him so he might be closer to you in a special heavenly way. I pray that each of you, my little children, may open up your hearts with childlike faith and eyes so you can truly participate with your entire being in this wondrous gift from God our father through his son Jesus in union with the Holy Spirit. Pray, my little children that your fellow brothers and sisters will open up the eyes of their hearts to fully partake in this gift from heaven, made and consecrated through human hands so that each of you might partake in this mystery. Praise be to God who loves each of you so dearly. Thank you for listening.
February 12, 2002. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From the Holy Spirit: My son, you are about to go on a journey, a Lenten journey. Empty yourself of all your worldly desires and only seek to do the will of God the Father. Allow my most Holy Spirit to descend upon you to prepare you for your journey over the next forty days and nights. Surrender yourself to do only the will of God with all your heart, your soul and your mind. Be at total peace knowing that God the Father will hold you in the palm of his hands throughout your journey. My son, pray that your fellow brothers and sisters will each individually through their own free will surrender their lives to doing solely the will of God the Father. Pray that each of your fellow brothers and sisters throughout the world will open their hearts and listen to the prompting of my most Holy Spirit to guide and protect each of them during their Lenten journey. Know there will be temptations but pray for my holy guidance and protection. Know God the Father loves each of you as his children. As you carry your crosses, keep your eyes focused on Jesus, the light of the world who will take you to the Father. My most Holy Spirit I leave with you.
March 26, 2002. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: The following words were sung, "Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom. Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom." My son, what do these words really mean to you. Do you truly wish for my Jesus to remember all about you when you come before him in judgment. If you truly wish this with your heart, you must remember Jesus in all those fellow brothers and sisters you come in contact with every moment of the day. Do you see him in your children? Do you see him in your spouse? Do you see my Jesus in your enemies? Do you see him in the poor, the hungry, the homeless, the addicted and the imprisoned? These are all God's children and my son, you will come to know Jesus by praying for and assisting all those whom you come in contact with. There are no coincidences. Open your eyes of your hearts to your fellow brothers and sisters and you will get to know and love Jesus through those fellow brothers and sisters. Please pray that your fellow brothers and sisters will open their eyes, ears and hearts to those around them and see the love of Jesus in each of them. This is how you will come to know better my son and savior, Jesus, so you will one day be welcomed by him into his kingdom in heaven forever. I love you, my little children. Meditate upon these words.
April 9, 2002. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, I hear your prayers for my son Jesus to come in glory and, in one motion, end all abortions, all wars, all evil. These prayers from you heart for an immediate end to all evil and the return of Jesus in glory are truly heard in all of heaven. You must remember, my child, that you must always ask that God's will be done. You must continue to keep a peace about yourself knowing that your prayers are heard and if it is God's will, they will be answered in his time, not your worldly time. By allowing God's grace to permeate your soul you are getting a glimpse of the peace, love and joy that awaits each of your brothers and sisters in heaven for all eternity. Let your fellow brothers and sisters know that their prayers are always heard by our Father in heaven. Let them know their prayers for peace on earth and good will to men are heard by God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. Let them know I, as their mother, love each of them and pray incessantly for their behalf and for all their brothers and sisters on earth. I await the day to greet each of you in heaven, but each of you must continue to pray, pray and pray. Evil will be defeated. All glory be to God.
April 20, 2002. St. Vincent DePaul Church, Richboro. Pa, Before the Tabernacle.
From Jesus: My son, I heard your yearning to come before me in prayer and adoration as you were driving your daughter to her soccer game. You did not know that I had already planned ahead for you to spend time with me inside of the church in front of the soccer fields before the game. The peace and joy you now feel before me in the tabernacle is but a fraction of the peace and joy each of your brothers and sisters will feel in heaven. You now feel as though you are now home before me in the tabernacle of a church you had never heard of nor seen, but I tell you, my son, the peace you now feel is only a small glimpse of heaven. Tell your fellow brothers and sisters not to lose faith in my church. The peace you now feel by coming before me in the tabernacle, each of them can experience by coming before me in the tabernacles of any of my churches throughout the world. Pray that others will come before me in the tabernacles of my churches to seek their life-giving bread and their saving cup. Tell your fellow brothers and sisters how much I love them and long for them to come before me so I may heal and calm their broken hearts. Let them know I long to be with them. Go now in peace.
April 30, 2002. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My little children, I have come to you once again just as a gentle shower of rain falls on your earthly bodies. The soft gentle rain has a cleansing affect on each of you. This gentle washing of the raindrops is just how each of your souls are cleansed and washed each time you receive Jesus, our Lord and Savior, in the Eucharist. After you, my little children, consume Jesus in either his sacred body or sacred blood, allow yourselves to be open to his spiritual cleansing of your entire being. Surrender your little hearts to his gentle cleansing and healing of your broken lives and your anxious hearts. Jesus will come to you gently as the rain and wishes to become one with each of you. This is a gift and grace that knows no bounds, only an open loving heart that surrenders itself to it's Savior and Creator. As your loving mother, know that I pray for all my children to open their little hearts to the infinite love and mercy Jesus wishes to share with all his children. Pray that all your brothers and sisters in the entire world will get to know and willingly accept the love and mercy of their Lord and Savior, Jesus. Join the prayers from heaven for each of them. Please pray, pray, and pray for all your brothers and sisters to surrender their hardened, broken hearts to Jesus.
May 7, 2002. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From God Our Father: My son, I wish you to convey the following message to your fellow brothers and sisters throughout the world: How much longer must I allow the vulgar sin of abortion to continue to be done? How much longer should I allow the sins of the flesh, the pornography, and the absence of any morals with regard to the creation of mankind? How much longer should I allow the Sabbath to be just another day of work for your brothers and sisters throughout the world? These terrible sins will not be tolerated much longer. From Our Blessed Mother. My son, please do not treat the Holy words you just heard lightly. Please pray that your fellow brothers and sisters will awaken from their spiritual slumber and see that their sins do indeed offend God Our Father and Creator. You were each made in his likeness to share in his abundant and everlasting love, not to turn your hearts and minds away from the Lord our God. Please, please, please my little children, hear your mother's heartfelt plea to pray, pray and pray for an end to the sins and atrocities against God and your fellow man. Pray that the world will stop killing innocent children, molesting innocent children and making a mockery of the Sabbath. Through prayer, hearts can be changed, civilizations can be changed and God our Father's perfect will can be accomplished by turning your hearts toward your loving, merciful God and away from the corrupt ways of your modern world. I love you my dear children, please do not take these words lightly.
May 21, 2002. St. Peter's Church during Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, have you ever looked in the sky on a semicloudy day and seen rays of light emitting from the clouds towards the earth? Is it not beautiful and does it not give you a small understanding of the glorious nature of God our Father? Have you noticed at sunset how every minute the sky can turn another beautiful glorious color one after another and then darkness sets in and all that is left is the memory of seeing one of God's beautiful creations, the sunset, with it's tranquility and peace. You have seen each of these wonders with your very own eyes and then very quickly the sun or clouds change and the beautiful sight is gone. Does it mean that it did not exist because you can no longer see it? No, my child, it does not because you have the memory stored away. If you wrote down the beauty and splendor that you saw and passed it on to your ancestors they would read and comprehend the beauty and glorious colors of rays of light that you had seen. This, my little children, is why God our Father enlightened his holy men to write the gospels telling of the life of our Savior and Lord, Jesus. What greater splendor or glorious stories could be written than writing about the ministry and teachings of the son of God, our Jesus. My most holy spouse, the Holy Spirit, enlightened those blessed and chosen men to allow each of your brothers and sisters around the world to be enlightened to the word of God. The holy scriptures are more brilliant and glorious in their splendor than any sunset you will ever see because they will in a miraculous way teach, enlighten and guide each of you to the ways and teachings of Jesus who will take each of you to our Father in Heaven at the end of your earthly journeys and to a splendor that only exists in heaven. Please, my little children, pray that more of your fellow brothers and sisters throughout the world will take time each day to read the holy gospels and come closer in union with Jesus. Thank you for listening to your loving mother.
June 3, 2002. St. Isaac Jogues Adoration Chapel.
From Our Blessed Mother: (The meditation started with the song, "Were you there when they crucified my Lord" being sung by a female voice.) My son, as you look upon my son Jesus nailed to the cross with all life drained from him, what do you feel? Do you see a young man in his prime years of his life beaten, scourged, and hung on a cross to die a painful death? Do you see a mother with her heart pierced with the pain and memory of witnessing those brutal scourgings, beatings and humiliations? Do you see yourself through your indifference, your foolish pride, your lack of love that contributes to make his death even more painful than it should have been? Yes, my son, your sins and those of your fellow brothers and sisters throughout the world continue to give more pain and suffering to Jesus on the cross and also continue to pierce my Immaculate Heart. But do not forget, my little children, that Jesus did not die in vain. He died so each of you might live and have everlasting life with him in heaven. Do not continue to submerge your souls in sin, but come to Jesus for forgiveness of your sins. Come before one of my holy priest-sons to seek Jesus' forgiveness for you sins which, yes, do continue to wound his Sacred Heart but then become like a healing balm when you ask for forgiveness with a truly contrite heart and come to understand that he did not die in vain, but out of his infinite mercy he chose this selfless act for each of you. Now, my little children, you can now see how much each of you means to the Lord your God. Thank you for listening. I love you, my little children.
June 18, 2002. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: You are a priest in the order of Melchizedek. My children, these are words uttered by our Father to each of my priest-sons upon receiving the sacrament of Holy Orders. What does this mean? It is a confirmation by our Lord that bestows upon each chosen priest-son a grave responsibility to become a shepherd of many lost and helpless sheep. They have been entrusted with a sacred responsibility to shepherd their sheep whether through intercessory prayer, administration of the sacraments or through their guidance always being led by the most Holy Spirit and their God given faith in Jesus. It is when these priest-sons become distracted from their focus on Jesus and become entangled with the ways of the world that they can become influenced by the temptations of the evil one. My little children, now more than any time in the history of the Church, it is so very important that you pray for the protection of my priest-sons against the wickedness and the snares of the devil. Your prayers for my good priest-sons are so very needed and so powerful. Pray that more of your fellow brothers and sisters throughout the world will begin to pray and encourage my good, holy priest-sons and encourage them to keep their focus on Jesus, the savior of the world. Pray that there will be more good, holy priests in the order of Melchizedek. I love each of you, my little children, and pray for you constantly. Please pray for my good, holy priest-sons throughout the world.
June 30, 2002. St. Isaac Jogues Adoration Chapel.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, you must better learn to quiet your restless heart and to slow down your racing mind so that you may hear my whispers from my Immaculate Heart. I have given you tonight three different glimpses for you to ponder. The first was showing you my sorrowful heart as I witnessed my son Jesus dying on the cross, the cross he had to embrace so that the Father's will would be accomplished. Myself on the right side of Jesus. Oh, how my heart was so pierced and crushed that day, my sorrowful heart. The next glimpse you see is my joyful heart as I see my son Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament at adoration. How this makes my Immaculate Heart so joyful to see your fellow brothers and sisters take the time to adore my beautiful son Jesus. You see I am still on his right side in joyful adoration of our Jesus. The next glimpse you see is myself with a glorious heart as I watch my holy priest-sons throughout the world raise up our Jesus as our glorious God in the form of a consecrated host so all his children can witness him and consume him in the Holy Eucharist at masses throughout the world. Know that all heaven rejoices in this miraculous sacrament. I am blessed to again witness this glorious event again at Jesus' right side. These glimpses were given tonight to you my son so that you might ponder about each of them as you recite the mysteries of the most Holy Rosary. Know that each of the sorrowful, joyful and glorious mysteries are relived each day in your little lives when you take the time to spend with Jesus, our Lord and Savior. Tell each of your fellow brothers and sisters throughout the world to come to my Immaculate Heart with their prayers and I will intercede for each of them to bring them closer to my son Jesus. Tell them to look for me at the right side of Jesus while contemplating the cross, during adoration and during the consecration at the Holy Mass in the Eucharist. I encourage each of you, my little children, to recite the most Holy Rosary daily and meditate upon those mysteries and you will come to know, love and adore our Jesus as he deserves. Come to my Immaculate Heart with your prayers and petitions. I love each of you my little children. Please pray, pray and pray that others will open their hearts to the wonderful mysteries of Jesus.
July 10, 2002. St. Rose of Lima Chapel.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, why does it surprise you that you seemed to stumble by chance to this beautiful adoration chapel out of your area. You must remember your longings to spend time with Jesus in an adoration chapel only minutes before. Then you were prompted to look up and to your right above the trees to see a steeple and then to drive toward the steeple to find a church and then to look around and find a little chapel next to the church and then to your surprise, wonder and joy to find Jesus in the most Blessed Sacrament. I have heard your prayers and petitions for my intercession for hopeless situations and I have felt your sufferings when no immediate answer to your prayers was received, but my child take heart. Do you believe that God our Father who knows every hair on your head will not answer your prayers if they are his will and in his time. Can you not see how even today in the midst of a busy day he led you to see Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. How blessed you are to be so loved and watched over by the Lord Jesus. He has waited patiently for you to hear his call to adore him and receive his healing graces. Give thanks to all those throughout the world who have acted upon the promptings of the Holy Spirit to build adoration chapels so that all their fellow brothers and sisters can get to know our Lord Jesus and be nourished by his endless mercy and love. Please ask you fellow brothers and sisters to pray, pray and pray for more adoration chapels throughout the world to be built so all may come to know the wonderful treasure of spending time with Jesus our Lord and Savior. I ask this of all my children whom I pray for constantly. Thank you for listening.
July 18, 2002. Church of the Monastery of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Dominican Nuns.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, I wish for you to write down the following words of encouragement. I am the Immaculate Conception. It is because of this that I ask each of you to come to my Immaculate Heart for my intercession of your heartfelt prayers. I have been so blessed among women and have been so blessed to have been chosen as the mother of all mankind. It is why I continually try to guide, console and intercede for all my children to know and love Jesus with all your hearts, souls and minds. It is God our Father's most holy will that all his children be united in heaven with him. Because each of you, my little children, were not conceived without sin, I have tried to give each of you a shield against the snares of the evil one. That shield is the holy rosary. I encourage each of you, my little children, to pray the holy rosary each day and pray it with your heart. My Immaculate Heart truly beats in joyous anticipation to be united with each of you in heaven with all the saints and angels, but most of all with God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. Thank you for listening. I love each of you and pray for each of you through my Immaculate Heart.
August 7, 2002. St. Isaac Jogues Adoration Chapel.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, I wish for you to place your hands together and bow your head in prayer and in silence. Ask God your Father for forgiveness for your sins. Thank God your Father for giving you life with a free will to love God with all your mind, your soul and your heart. Allow yourself to now be open to the infinite love and mercy of your Heavenly Father. Close your eyes. Feel his love soak through you to the very depths of your heart and soul. Now rest quietly in his Holy presence. This perfect union, this all encompassing peace you are experiencing is what each of your brothers and sisters throughout the world were created to experience. It is this personal relationship with your loving creator for which all your brothers and sisters are given every opportunity to participate with their loving God during their earthly lives. As you grow in your relationship with your Holy Creator, you will come to know his loving son, Jesus, who he sent to teach you his ways and his Most Holy Spirit to guide each of you in the perfect ways of the Heavenly Father. Please, my little children, do not let the ways of the world confuse you in your earthly journey. Please pray, pray and pray that both yourselves and your fellow brothers and sisters throughout the world will say yes to the eternal love and mercy of our Heavenly Father. Say yes to God. Love him with all your hearts, souls and minds. Love others with the love our Heavenly Father has for each of you.
August 20, 2002. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From St. Patrick: On a dark night looking across the sea you see far away a tiny light of a ship in the far distance. As the minutes pass the small light becomes brighter and brighter as the lone ship comes closer to you. The bright light of the ship now passes you and becomes smaller and smaller as the ship travels away from you. My brother in Christ, I tell you this story because I wish for you to fully understand what a heavenly treasure and a beacon of light each of your brothers and sisters have in the vicar of Christ, Pope John Paul II. He is the beacon of light in a sea of despair. Listen to him. He will guide you to the true beacon of light, Jesus. Your present Pope is frail and in constant pain but he still keeps his loving eyes on Jesus. Allow him to be a living example to all Christians in a world that is today filled with so much evil. In my time on earth it was only through the mercy and love of Jesus that I was able to keep my focus on the light of Christ. Do not despair! Know that all heaven prays for each one of you in your earthly journeys and each of you has been provided through the mercy of God, our Heavenly Father, with a living beacon of light, Pope John Paul II. Pray for him that he may continue to be a beacon of light bringing all people on earth to know and love Jesus. You prayers are needed so much in today's world.
September 3, 2002. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Jesus: My son, you have finally emptied your thoughts and have become like an empty vessel open to my gentle words like a tiny breath of fresh air or a gentle breeze. These are my ways to speak to your heart. I came into your world as a helpless infant. I felt the pains of hunger and of cold, but I had the love of a young mother and a gentle loving foster father. I was surrounded by love in a very cold uncaring world. As you look upon the monstrance and see myself in the Blessed Sacrament in the form of a young unborn child you must now look at me in this form and see me in the young unborn children whose parents through the lack of love have chosen to terminate the life of their child through the manmade sin of abortion. In your present times there is much discussion about the public display of the Ten Commandments spoken and given to Moses whose mother chose life for him by placing him in the reeds as an infant in order for his life to be saved. How utter lukewarm your current world has become by falling into the trap of Satan by allowing and encouraging the destruction of the little infants. My son, I ask you in these gentle whispers to encourage and pray for your fellow brothers and sisters to open their eyes to the thousands of abortions of my little innocent creatures occurring daily in your world. As you look at me as an infant on the altar notice the stain of blood that keeps growing and growing. Continue to pray to my mother for her intercession in your modern world to stop these acts against these holy innocents. This weighs heavily on my Sacred heart. I love you my son and all my sons and daughters both born and unborn. Pray for them.
September 17, 2002. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Jesus: My son, come follow me. Follow me as I walk across the waters of life whether they are still and calm waters or whether they be the violent raging waves created by violent storms in your life. Keep the eyes of your heart focused on me and you will not ever drown in the waters of life. From Our Blessed Mother. My child, listen to the words of Jesus. Follow him. Follow his example. Follow his love. You, little children, must become like a young colt who keeps right by his mother's side following her everywhere. As you open your heart and accept the love of Jesus you will begin to be nurtured, taught and led by the Most Holy Spirit to follow the ways of Jesus. You will be graced with a yearning to read the Holy Bible to learn the teachings of Jesus. These holy words will become alive and they will speak directly to each of your little hearts to teach you and encourage you to learn the ways of Jesus. The words will begin to come alive and speak directly to you and you will feel Jesus calling to each of you individually, "Come, follow me." These truths will never change. Each of you, little children, must take the time to read Holy Scripture daily and allow the love of Jesus to permeate your little souls as you read about his life and his ways. When he speaks to your heart and says in a soft, faint voice, "Come, follow me," you will heed to his voice and know with all your heart, mind and soul that Jesus is your Lord and God. Please pray for your fellow brothers and sisters throughout the world that they may slow down their lives and hear the soft voice of their Lord calling them to his Sacred Heart by saying, "Come, follow me." Thank you, my little children, for listening.
September 24, 2002. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, when you arrived in the church and prayed before Jesus, my son, in the Blessed Sacrament you noticed how gray and dull in color was the Blessed Sacrament and how it appeared to be surrounded by a crown of thorns. The gray color was a reflection of the so many lukewarm hearts who claim to be disciples of Jesus. The crown of thorns represents the unbelievers in Jesus whose souls are currently choked off by the thorns of evil and sin. The Most Holy Spirit kept prompting you to pray for others for conversions, for healings and also to give praise and thanksgiving to God for all he has done in your life. As you became more aware of your surroundings you noticed there were more of your fellow brothers and sisters in Christ who had arrived and were also in prayer and adoration. You were then led to notice how Jesus, in the Blessed Sacrament, now had appeared to become brighter and brighter and a pure white instead of the lukewarm gray. The crown of thorns was no longer visible and Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament seemed to be beaming rays of joy, love and mercy all around him. This lesson, my son, is to show you and your fellow brothers and sisters how much Jesus loves each of you and how important to Jesus are your little prayers, petitions and praises of thanksgiving to him in the Blessed Sacrament. He will gently listen to your prayers and most of all, your hearts. Allow Jesus to minister to your hearts and to get to know him in a personal way. It is only through Jesus that you will come to be with our Father in heaven. Know that I, as your loving mother, love each of you and I encourage each of you to pray, pray and pray that yourselves and your fellow brothers and sisters spend more time with our Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. Thanks be to God for giving us this treasure on earth.
October 1, 2002. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit: "Be still and know that I am here." I wish for you to be still, and to know that I am here. It is in the quiet stillness that I can speak to your heart in a truly personal way, a way in which you will know my presence. I will become present to your heart and you will feel a peace that a creature will feel in the presence of its creator. This is the oneness I wish to share with each of you. I will speak to your heart and, as a father protects and guides his children, I will protect and guide each of you. I want this personal relationship with each of you but you must allow me to touch your hearts by being still and knowing that I am here.
October 15, 2002. St. Peter's Church During Adoration. (Note from Mike A.) As I looked at Jesus hanging on the cross supported only by the nails in his hands and through his feet, I could feel the pain he must have felt from the crown of thorns as blood seemed to drip from his forehead, from the scourging of his flesh, down his chest and stomach down his thighs and knees and seemed to drip into a holy chalice which caught each drop of his precious blood.
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, unless you have understood the terrible passion and suffering that I witnessed of my son on the cross and meditated upon this mystery you will not fully comprehend the sacrifice that my son, Jesus, made for you and your fellow brothers and sisters throughout the world. As you witnessed the drops of his most precious blood dripping into the chalice you now understand the depth of the sacrifice that he made for each of you. When you see one of my holy priests offering a cup of his most precious blood you must understand that this most precious cup of his precious blood was and is offered up for each of you to share in his Father's new covenant with all his children. Only through belief in Jesus as the true son of God and the savior of the world can you be given everlasting life to spend with God in heaven. If you drink his cup and eat of his body in the Eucharist you will be fed in the food and drink that helps you to become one with Jesus. This miraculous food and drink is offered at each mass said daily throughout the world. My beautiful little children, you must truly believe that this is truly Jesus and not just a symbol. He wishes to be with each of you in this truly personal way. It is a truth that requires the faith of a child. Pray that your fellow brothers and sisters throughout the world will come to know their loving and merciful God in this most personal way. I continually pray for all my children that they may open their hearts with a childlike faith and share in these beautiful gifts from heaven, the precious body and blood of our savior Jesus.
October 29, 2002. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: Each dawn brings a new day. It was dawn when Mary Magdalene was the first to see Jesus, the resurrected Savior. This was the proof of Jesus having conquered the darkness of death and appeared in the light of dawn. What a joyous day that was, the day my sorrows turned into joy. This Easter dawn, my little children, is reenacted every day in your lives if you wake up each morning and allow Jesus to shine his light of life and his light of love on your little hearts. When you accept his love and open your hearts to his endless love for you, each of you will be transformed into a new creation each dawn or morning of your new life as a child of Christ. Little children, if you approach each new dawn with the joyful anticipation of a new day spent with Jesus, your lives will become like a flower reaching out to the rays of the sun. Jesus will bring each of you closer and closer to the Father each day. Simplify your lives and allow Jesus to be your dawn of each new day. Please, my little children, pray that others may open their hearts and allow Jesus to become the dawn of each of their new days.
November 26, 2002. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: In the beginning was the word and the word was God and the word was made flesh. When the angel Gabriel spoke to me the room filled with a holy glow. Upon hearing the words that proclaimed that I would be the mother of God I thought how could it be that such a lowly servant as myself should be the mother of God, but Lord, if it be thy will, let it be done to me according to your will. At that moment the most Holy Spirit descended upon me and the word became flesh. My little children, as each of you begin the Advent season preparing yourselves for the birth of our Lord Jesus, open your hearts to truly prepare yourselves by listening to the promptings of the most Holy Spirit as he guides your little hearts to read holy scripture, to pray more often, to receive the sacrament of reconciliation more frequently and most of all to attend Holy mass so each of you may consume Jesus in the Holy Eucharist. Pray, my little children, that your fellow brothers and sisters throughout the world may prepare their hearts for the coming of our Lord Jesus. Pray that others' hearts will truly become alive with a strong faith and love of Jesus our Lord during this Advent season. Know that all heaven prays for each of you. Thank you for listening. Thanks be to God.
December 3, 2002. St. Peter's Church During Adoration. Note from Mike A. (I could see a vision of Jesus hanging on the cross totally distraught and hearing him say, "I thirst.")
From Our Blessed Mother: My son, what do you think when you hear these words? Do you think of the homeless person on the corner in the city who holds out his cup to beg for coins? Do you think of the unborn child whose mother has decided to end the little unborn child's life by having an abortion? Do you think of the poor lonely old man who lives alone at home wishing for some company so he can just say or hear a few nice comforting words? Do you think of the unbeliever whose life and heart has become so hardened because of the lack of love of any kind in his or her life? My son, the most Holy Spirit has allowed you to open your eyes and heart to those around you so that you can see the piercing, hurting eyes of Jesus in those less fortunate around you as their eyes cry out, "I thirst." Let your fellow brothers and sisters be reminded that Jesus wants all of them to see him in all the poor, the hungry and the sick whether it be in a city, a country road or in your own home. Allow your little hearts to see the eyes of Jesus in all those around you and you will slowly day by day be transformed by Jesus to become closer to the kingdom of God. My little children, pray, pray and pray that both your hearts and others will be opened during this Advent season to see Jesus, our Lord and Savior, in the eyes of those around you as they cry out in pain, "I thirst." Pray that these cries will not go unheard.
December 10, 2002. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: Taste and see, taste and see, taste and see the goodness of the Lord. My, son, when you woke up this morning these words of song you kept hearing. During Holy Mass this morning you again heard these words as you consumed the precious body and blood of Jesus in the Eucharist. Tonight as you adore Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament the words "taste and see the goodness of the Lord" you heard again. Jesus is the good shepherd. He is without sin and truly good. He constantly encourages each of your brothers and sisters throughout the world to partake of him in the Eucharist at each Holy Mass said throughout the world. He longs for each of you to be touched by him in this so very personal way. When you taste the goodness of the Lord Jesus in the Eucharist and allow your heart to see the goodness of the Lord by opening your little hearts to prayer after receiving Jesus in the Eucharist, you will then begin to gain a deeper meaning and wisdom when you hear the words in song, "Taste and see the goodness of the Lord" and you will come to know the good shepherd Jesus in a more personal intimate way. Please pray, my little children, that each of your brothers and sisters throughout the world will come to mass to, "taste and see the goodness of our Lord and Savior Jesus".
December 17, 2002. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.
From Our Blessed Mother: Yea though I walk through the valley of death, I fear no evil for the Lord is at my side. My son, ponder upon these words written long ago and based on truth. It is a truth that each of you will one day come to an end of your earthly journeys. My dear husband, Joseph, and myself will each be praying so very intently at the hour of the end of each of your earthly lives, but, my little children, will you know us? Will you know in a personal way your only way through the door to the kingdom of God? Will you know Jesus? Each of you are given a certain amount of predetermined earthly time before you are called before your creator and judged. Will you know Jesus? I ask each of you, my little children, this very pointed question now so each of you will have time to get to know, love and accept Jesus as your Lord and Savior. I love each of you, my little children, and I beg each of you to take the time from your very busy lives to love your God with all your heart, soul and your mind and you will never fear having to walk through the valley of death for the Lord will be at your side.
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