2003 Messages

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January 14, 2003. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.

From Our Blessed Mother: My son, I wish for you to become a humble servant of our God Most High. In your current society it goes against all public opinion for one to become a humble servant but in our Heavenly Father's eyes it is the only way to be in order to enter into the kingdom of God. When you humble yourself to our God Most High you are acknowledging that indeed you are a child of God and as a humble servant wish to do God's will. This, my son, is so very hard for you and your fellow brothers and sisters to remove your proud attitudes and behavior. It is only when you become docile and open your little hearts to yearn to serve others that you then open yourselves up to receive more of the graces from the Lord your God. As your Father, he only wishes the best for each of his children and because of his infinite love and mercy for each of you he patiently waits for each of you to humble yourselves and serve the Lord your God with all your heart, your soul and your mind. Please pray for your fellow brothers and sisters around the world who, because of their hard hearts, will not become humble and acknowledge our Heavenly Father as their Lord and Creator. Pray that these hardened hearts will through the grace of God, change and become the gentle, humble, loving hearts that God our Heavenly Father has created for each of us. Know, my little children, that through these prayers, others' hearts will be opened to love the Lord our God with all their heart, soul and mind and they will share with you in the Kingdom of God, everlasting life. Thank you for listening.


January 21, 2003. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.

From Our Blessed Mother: My son, you must still your racing mind and listen to my words with your heart. As you look upon me holding Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament in my arms you must understand that as his mother, I wanted to hold him and protect him in my arms always. You now look at Jesus hanging on the cross, beaten, scourged and dying so he could fulfill the Father's will. How it pierced my sorrowful heart to see my Jesus, the perfect lamb, led to the slaughter of the crucifixion. But yet, I had to yield to the Father's will and humbly accept and witness all the human atrocities against my perfect son Jesus. I knew that this must first happen in order for Jesus to be the savior of all mankind and the conqueror of the sin of death. I have been blessed with the grace to speak to all my children throughout the world at various times and through many chosen instruments, but my son, I am afraid that many of my words and prayers are being unheeded by so many of my children throughout the world. Wake up, my little children! Do not let Satan transform your hearts into hearts of lukewarm faith or no faith at all. You must combat this evil about the world with those spiritual instruments which will protect and guide each of you. Pray my most Holy Rosary daily. Read the Holy Word of God daily to learn about the teachings of Jesus. Allow the Holy Bible to become alive and guide and teach each of you the ways of God. Go to frequent confession before a Holy Priest to cleanse yourselves of the constant flow of evil spirits attacking your very souls. Receive Jesus in the Eucharist during the Holy Mass and allow Jesus to truly heal your heart, soul and mind. The battle for each of your souls is relentless by the evil one and it is very important that each of you arm yourselves with these spiritual weapons to allow yourselves to be truly open to the love and mercy of God our Father who loves each of you so very dearly. Please, my little children, do not take my words lightly or put off until a later time these lifesaving sacraments. Take the time now to get to know Jesus our savior. Do not let his ultimate sacrifice of dying on the cross for each one of you go in vain. Please, please, please hear my words with your hearts. I love you my little children.


February 4, 2003. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.

From Our Blessed Mother: I am the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world. My son, do you comprehend these words from Jesus. He was the pure unblemished, meek lamb who became the sacrificial lamb for each of you so your sins would be forgiven. He stands as a lamb at the Holy Altar during each Holy Mass and becomes once again the sacrificial lamb for each of you. He is truly the lamb of God. My little children, try to imagine a young, pure, white, innocent lamb standing on the altar and purposely laying down his head so he can be the perfect sacrifice. This is what he has done for each of you, but you do not even understand his meek and gentle ways. You each must understand that by meditating upon this total sacrifice, Jesus our Lord and Savior has humbled himself to be the poor, innocent lamb led to the slaughter. In your modern world there are many innocent lambs led to the slaughter daily to be aborted. These holy innocents have no one to pray for them and protect them but each of you. Remember the words of Jesus, "Whatever you do for the least of my children, that is what you do for me." Please, my little children, pray that the killing of the unborn holy innocents will stop in your country and the world. Pray that lawmakers will come to their senses and heed the word of God and stop the unmerciful killings of the unborn. Pray that each of your fellow brothers and sisters throughout the world will pray, pray and pray for an end to abortion forever. Please listen to my words.


February 20, 2003. St. Isaac Jogues Adoration Chapel.

From Our Blessed Mother: My son, as you were driving today saying the Most Holy Rosary to me you were surprised when a friend called you on the phone and asked to pray for you. During that prayer I asked you to come to me to intercede your prayers to Jesus. Now as you are in adoration of sweet Jesus you are obediently writing down my words. It is important that you continue to be obedient to the will of God our Father. It is when you surrender yourself to his heavenly will that you help to accomplish the will of God through your very simple life. By opening your little heart to the will of our Heavenly Father you are given the gift of faith that starts ever so small but will continue to grow and grow. This, my son, is true for each of your fellow brothers and sisters in Christ throughout the world. I, as the mother of all mankind, continually pray for all my children to open their little hearts to the infinite love and mercy and peace of our Triune God. Each of you, my little children, must spend some quiet time each week to pray and listen to the Lord our God speak to each of your little hearts. He wishes to have that perfect, intimate relationship with each of you, his little children. You were created in the Father's likeness. Please take the time to open your hearts up to your heavenly creator for he wishes to spend eternity with each of you. Thank you for listening.


February 25, 2003. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.

From Our Blessed Mother: My son, you have finally quieted your restless heart and can now hear my gentle words in the stillness of the night. Your entire being is now focused on adoring Jesus, our Lord and Savior, in the Blessed Sacrament. If you could only see the choirs of angels surrounding Jesus and giving him praise and glory in heavenly adoration. Jesus is so very touched and appreciative when any of your fellow brothers and sisters take the time to come before him in adoration. It is in this quiet, still, humble state of a small white host that he desires to speak to each of your little hearts. You only need to take the time to spend with him, to speak to him and to listen to him. His divine mercy will be a soothing balm to your little hearts. Do not let your lives become so busy that you do not even have the time to spend one hour with Jesus, your Lord and Savior. Please, my little children, make it your priority to spend some quiet time each week in quiet prayer and adoration of Jesus. Please, please get to know him now. Do not wait until a later time for at that point you might have no time left in your earthly life to get to know, love and adore your God who will judge each of you at the end of time. Please meditate upon these words.


March 11, 2003. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.

From Jesus: My son, when you finally quieted down your restless mind and kept your eyes on me you could then hear my loving words that I have been patiently waiting to speak to your heart. As you look at me in the Blessed Sacrament surrounded by the golden like splendor of the monstrance surrounded by candles of light and centered on the Holy Altar, it is easy for your human eyes to lose focus on me, your Loving God. How I long for these quiet moments with you so that I may listen to your prayers and concerns and when you are finished, you can listen to me speak to your heart and soul. My son, I wish for you to tell your fellow brothers and sisters throughout the world to keep their eyes focused on me so that I will be able to speak to each of their little hearts and they will be able to listen to me and get to know me, their loving God and Creator. I wish to have all my children spend eternity with me in heaven but each of you must open your troubled, hardened hearts to me and listen to me with your hearts made anew with the grace of knowing your loving God in a perfect, loving, personal relationship. Come, all of you, to me. Come with an open heart. Allow me, your loving Savior, to pour my graces upon your little hearts and teach you how to love. Keep the eyes of your hearts focused on my infinite love for each of you.


March 18, 2003. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.

From Our Blessed Mother: (Note: the following words I kept hearing being sung) "Hail Mary, full of grace, blessed are you among women and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death. Amen." My son, you have prayed these words of my Most Holy Rosary many times but tonight you have been granted a better understanding of the words, "Pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death." I was there with Jesus at the foot of his Holy Cross at the hour of his death, his so very sorrowful death. The sorrow of seeing him take his last breath on the cross pierced my sorrowful heart. When they took Jesus down from the cross and laid his lifeless body in my arms, my Jesus, who I had prayed so hard for with my sorrowful heart at the hour of his death. My little children, as your mother, I will pray for each of you both now and at the hour of your death. Praying for your soul, that through the grace of God, you will believe that Jesus who died on the cross for each of you, will grant each of you eternal life in heaven. This is God's most perfect plan. Come to me, your mother, with your prayers from your hearts. Pray my most Holy Rosary daily and remember that I will always pray for each of you, my little children, both now and at the hour of your death. Praised be God for allowing me to be the loving, prayerful mother for each of you whom I love so dearly. Please, please pray the Holy Rosary and pray that others may pray it with their hearts filled with the love for their Heavenly Father.


April 1, 2003. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.

From Our Blessed Mother: My son, now I have finally caught your attention with your eyes, your ears and your heart. Do not let any of your human ideas overshadow my words to your heart. Please, my son, listen to me with your heart. Your current world is teetering on the brink of disaster. Peoples' hearts throughout the world have become hardened with hate, anger and violence that could soon spread out of control. This mass of evil that is being stirred up throughout the world can be overcome by prayers from each of your little hearts. Rather than being overwhelmed by anxiety and fear, each of you my little children, I ask each of you to pray to Jesus to his most Sacred Heart that he will touch the whole world with his peace, love and mercy for his peoples throughout the world. Each of your prayers are heard by heaven above and are so very important in these very turbulent times. Do not be overcome with fear and anxiety, but allow your hearts to be calmed and healed by the loving mercy of Jesus, our Lord and Savior. Continue to pray for peace and let it begin with each of your little hearts through the love of Jesus. Thank you for listening.


April 8, 2003. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.

From the Archangels St. Michael, St. Gabriel and St. Raphael: You have been allowed through the grace of God to become aware of our presence as we bow before Jesus in adoration of him in the Blessed Sacrament. It is our duty and privilege to guide and protect all of your fellow brothers and sisters throughout the world. You each must become more aware of the great spiritual battles going about each of you in the quest of your souls. It is important that each of you know you may call on our assistance at anytime so we may protect you and guide each of you against the spirits of darkness and evil who wish to guide each of your souls toward the evil one and away from God. Call on us and we will protect and guide you towards the light of God who is perfect in his holiness. We strongly encourage each of you to keep your eyes focused on Jesus, the true light of the world. Jesus will take and guide each of you to your Father in heaven. For that is why each of you were created, to spend eternity in heaven with God your creator. It is each of our duties to assist and protect each of you during your earthly journeys. We are a gift from God and serve our God by protecting and guiding each of you, his cherished creations. All praises to God for his goodness and kindness.


April 21, 2003. Visitation BVM Adoration Chapel.

From Our Blessed Mother: My son, my words should be to you like a fresh cool breeze that is most welcome into your life. I wish today to speak to you about the importance of family life in your world today. You must understand that it is the ordinariness of the everyday family life that makes it so special. Whether the members of the family are working, praying, playing or just idly conversing together, it is a time that is greatly blessed by our Heavenly Father. I looked with such genuine love when I saw my spouse Joseph teaching our son Jesus the trade of being a carpenter. When our family journeyed to Jerusalem it was so joyful and precious to spend the time during the trip together. But on our journey back when we lost Jesus, our joy turned into worry. When we found Jesus again, speaking to the elders in the Temple our worry turned to joy as we were so very joyful to be with our Jesus again. When each of your fellow brothers and sisters find Jesus in your lives and you allow and invite Jesus into your lives, you will always be so very blessed. The pure innocent love that family members have for each other is a small glimpse of what our Heavenly Father has in store for each of you in heaven. Do not allow the busyness of today's world to come between each of you with your family members. I beg each of you, little children, to pray that today's modern families will place our Father at the heart of each family and allow the love and mercy of Jesus to heal any difficulties that may have arisen because of lack of love of God. Please allow me as your Mother to take each one of your families under my mantle of love and protection. All praise be to God our Father of all our families.


May 6, 2003. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.

From Our Blessed Mother: My son, tonight you received a glimpse of the heavenly graces that Jesus, our Lord and Savior, showers on each of you when you come before him in adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. You were first in awe of the peacefulness of being in the Lord's presence. Not a thought, not a worry, just the peace of a child being with his Father. During this time Jesus ministered to your heart with his divine rays of love and mercy and you felt the peace of truly being in the awesome presence of your creator. Once you were then ministered to, you then became aware of the need to pray for other brothers and sisters throughout the world. Those who are actual family members, clergy and religious, fellow employees, deceased servicemen, those with serious illnesses, those who will soon be married, your leaders of your country, and both your friends and enemies. You had the peace knowing that Jesus heard all your prayers and listened to you, a poor sinner. This, my son, gives you a glimpse just how much Jesus loves each of you and waits so patiently in the form of a small white host but lets your total being know for you to be still and know that he is here for you. Please pray that more and more of your fellow brothers and sisters throughout the world will slow down their lives and allow Jesus to minister to their heart and speak to their heart in the beautiful setting of quiet adoration of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. Thank you for listening.


May 20, 2003. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.

From Our Blessed Mother: "Angel of God, my guardian dear, to whom God's love permits you here, ever this day be at my side to light and guard, rule and guide." My son, meditate upon these words. Your guardian angels are truly of God and conceived by God to be a dear guardian for each of your fellow brothers and sisters throughout the world. Know that it is truly God who permits each of the guardian angels here on earth to be at each of your sides, to keep you in the light of goodness, to guard each of you from evil, to watch over you like a shepherd keeps watch over his sheep from the wolves and to guide each of you toward the splendor of God the Father. You have each been blessed by God with at least one guardian angel to assist you on your earthly journeys toward God's perfect plans to spend eternity with each of you, his children, in heaven. I encourage each of you, little children, to take the time to thank and acknowledge the presence of your guardian angels that each of you are so blessed by God to have. I will pray that each of you will get to know your guardian angels in a more personal way. All praises and thanks to God for giving each of you, his children, a holy guardian angel. Please pray that all throughout the world will get to know and acknowledge the presence of these special beings created by God because of his love for you.


June 5, 2003. Holy Spirit Adoration chapel.

From Our Blessed Mother: My son, you have felt the prompting of the most Holy Spirit to stop at this most holy adoration chapel for some beautiful quiet time and contemplative meditation time spent with Jesus. You are correct in testing of the spirit to make sure these are truly words of truth and love with the will of God the Father. I now wish you to write down the thoughts that I had tried to speak to your heart about the other night but you did not have the open heart of a childlike faith and could not comprehend my words to you. As you listened to the downpour of rain falling on the church roof and the surrounding parking lot it brought to your mind what a deluge of rain must have fallen upon the earth during Noah's time of the flooding of the earth. Each drop of rain starts high in the atmosphere as a gathering of very moist air that then reaches a saturation point and becomes a drop of moisture or rain. Gravity then overtakes this little drop of rain and it falls down to earth. Each drop of rain takes its own path as determined by gravity and wind. It can fall on trees, a roof, a parking lot, another person or animal or simply fall onto the ground. Eventually each of these drops of rain has a point of which its motion comes to an end which could take it to a stream, to a river, and finally to the ocean. Eventually this drop of rain could become salty and then eventually evaporate back into the atmosphere. Does not this little drop of rain resemble each of your little lives as seen by your Heavenly Creator with the one exception in that each of you are given the free will by God our Father to spend eternity in heaven by accepting and believing in Jesus as your Savior and Lord. Know that just as you followed the travels of that little drop of rain, our Heavenly Father follows each of your little lives and with a profound love waits patiently for each of you to love him with all of your heart, soul and mind. Ponder upon these very simple thoughts, my little children, and thank the Lord our God for giving us each drop of rain just as he gives us the precious gift of life with a free will to love him or deny him the love he so patiently waits for each of his little children to shower on our Lord and Savior. Thank you for listening. Thank you for saying yes.


June 17, 2003. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.

From Jesus: "Be still and know I am here." My son, it is only when you have stilled your heart that you can hear my words to your heart. Know that I was with you at your conception. I was with you at your birth. I was with you at your baptism. I was with you at your confirmation. I was with you at your first communion and I was with you at your wedding. I was with you during your back surgery and I was with you during those moments during the night when you felt the pain could not get any worse. I am with you now at this moment in time and I will be with you during your death and I will be with you at your funeral. I wish to spend eternity with you in heaven. Know that I love you and am always with you. Know, my son, that I am with your brothers and sisters throughout the world and long for them to accept me as their Lord and God. Let others know they only need to say yes to my love and I will live in them and they will live in me. Accept these truths with childlike simplicity and write down these words to share with those whom I have placed you to be in contact with. Go in peace. Continue to be a humble servant to others.


June 25, 2003. Epiphany of Our Lord Adoration Chapel during Adoration.

From Our Blessed Mother: My son, as you meditated upon the story of Jesus walking across the water and then Simon Peter taking a few steps on the water toward Jesus' outstretched hands you saw Peter hesitate, look around and then begin to sink. This was written to let each of you know how you must keep your eyes focused on Jesus constantly and never lose faith that he will always be with you and protect you. I have told you so many times to have a childlike faith in Jesus so you will truly get to know him, love him and adore him. You, my son, have recently been asked so many times about the real presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. Could you not feel the presence of Jesus today as you were driving by a church you never noticed years before and were amazed to see a little sign with an arrow marked "Adoration Chapel." You kept your eyes and heart focused on Jesus and being led by the Holy Spirit and myself, your loving mother, you found Jesus in the Most Blessed Sacrament, our Lord and our God. As your eyes are now focused on Jesus you can even feel his rays of love and mercy touching your little heart. Pray that more and more of your fellow brothers and sisters throughout the world will keep the eyes of their hearts focused on Jesus. He can truly transform their hardened hearts into soft, loving hearts that will continually be nourished and healed by his divine love. Thank you for listening to your loving mother. Praise be to God.


July 10, 2003. St. Isaac Jogues Adoration Chapel.

From St. John: (Note from Mike A. The following words kept being repeated to me a few times):"In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was made flesh." As I looked at Jesus dying on the cross I was a witness to see God, who was made flesh in his son Jesus, die on the cross and be the sacrificial lamb for all of our sins. I witnessed Mary, the most pure holy mother of God made flesh, go through the utter agony of seeing her son tortured, hanging and dying on the cross. I thought my heart would never survive the deep sorrow and pain of that day at Calvary. How I wished I had died that day instead of my Jesus. But, my brothers and sisters, it was only through the ultimate sacrifice of Jesus that day that God's perfect will could be accomplished and each of us could then have the chance to receive eternal life with God in heaven through his son Jesus. Jesus sent us his Most Holy Spirit to inspire and guide us to the ways of God made flesh, Jesus. I encourage each of you, my brothers and sisters, to read my holy gospel inspired by the Holy Spirit. It will become alive for each of you if you allow yourselves to be guided by the Holy Spirit of God. I pray that each of you will better get to know the Word made flesh, Jesus, our Lord and Savior.


July 22, 2003. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.

From Our Blessed Mother: There was once a man who wanted to travel the world to find a very nice person. The man walked into a small town and went up to the first church he saw, walked in and asked the minister if he could just speak with him for just a few minutes. The minister looked at the very poorly dressed man and said that he wasn't properly dressed to be allowed to stay in that church and that he should come back later when the minister had time to speak to him as he was a very busy man. The young man slowly and sadly walked away. The young man then came to a playground where three young children were playing and swinging on the swings. The young man asked if he could play with them and they said sure and he may swing on the open swing next to them. An hour later after thoroughly enjoying playing on the swing with the three young children he thanked them for being so nice and then left them in search for more nice people. My son, in which of the situations do you see yourself, as the too busy adult or the children with the open and friendly hearts? The same story will hold true with regards to your faith. It is when you become too busy or too bogged down with an adult sense of how to pray or how to treat others and you lose your childlike faith, you then close your heart to being open to truly listen to your creator speak to your heart. This is the most personal relationship that God our Father, God the Son and God the most Holy Spirit wish to have with each of your little hearts. But, my little children, you must truly have the openness of little children and be both willing and open to the promptings of the most Holy Spirit when they occur. It is this genuine personal relationship that our Triune God wishes to have with each of you. Please pray, pray and pray that both yourselves and others will have the childlike faith of the children at the playground instead of the adult faith of the busy minister.


August 1, 2003. San Pablo Church, Marathon, Fla During Adoration.

From Our Blessed Mother: "Could you not spend one hour with me?" My son, these are the words that my son Jesus has spoken over and over to your fellow brothers and sisters throughout the world for over two thousand years but there are so many of your fellow brothers and sisters who are ignoring his plea. Just as Jesus was pleading with the three apostles in the Garden of Gethsemene and contemplating your sins and all mankind's sins, he continues to this very minute to ask each of you personally, "Could you not spend one hour with me?" As you look at Jesus hanging on the cross, blood dripping from the wounds of the cross, the nails through his body, and the terrible crown of thorns each of you, little children, must know this was done for each of you so that your sins may be forgiven through the sacrificial lamb, our Jesus. God so loves each of you so through the sacrifice of his son, Jesus, each of you may spend eternity with Our Father in Heaven. Please, my little children, try to understand with your hearts my plea for each of you to say yes to Jesus' plea "Could you not spend one hour with me?" I pray that each of you will say yes to Jesus who loves each of you so much he died for you. I love each of you, my little children. Please listen with your hearts to this plea.


August 5, 2003. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.

From Our Blessed Mother: "Yea, though I walk in the valley of death, I fear no evil for the Lord is at my side." My son, yes you will walk through the valley of death at the end of your earthly life. My question to you and to your fellow brothers and sisters is will each of you fear no evil because of your faith in Jesus who will be at your side. Are you taking the time to know Jesus, our Lord and Savior, through reading about his life through Holy Scripture, through making quiet time in your life so he can come to you in prayer, by getting to know Jesus through helping those less fortunate around you and getting to know Jesus better by seeing him in them. Do you allow Jesus to be by your side with you now during your earthly life. My little children, I pray that each of you will get to know Jesus now who is by your side each moment in your earthly life. If you do not know him now, how will each of you recognize him during your valley of death. Please, my little children, pray that both yourselves and your fellow brothers and sisters throughout the world will get to know , love, and adore Jesus our Lord so that all mankind can truly say with their hearts, " Yea though I walk in the valley of death, I fear no evil for the Lord is at my side." Thank you for listening with your hearts.


August 12, 2003. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.

From Jesus: My son, as you look upon me in the Blessed Sacrament you can see a reflection shining back at you. This reflection you might describe as very shiny and unblemished similar to the reflection of bright rays of light on a mirror. Much to your surprise, my son, I tell you this is your reflection. You say to yourself, no this can not be me, for I have too many blemishes in my life. But you must try to understand, my son, that this is how I see you and each of your fellow brothers and sisters with my eyes, the eyes of God. Just as each of you look at a newborn child and marvel at its simple and unblemished beauty, that is how I see each one of you. You must have faith in my infinite love for each of you. Close your eyes now. Feel my infinite love and mercy for each of you permeate your entire being. That is my love for each of you. Allow me to have that personal loving relationship with each of you so I may teach you my ways of love. Go in peace knowing that I look at each of you with an infinite love. Love others as I love you.


August 29, 2003. St. Isaac Jogues Adoration Chapel.

From Jesus: I am the ark of the covenant. If you truly believe in me you will have eternal life. My son, why are these words of mine taken so lightly by your fellow brothers and sisters throughout the world. You can now see an ark of light surrounding myself in the Blessed Sacrament. Why is it that your eyes must see visual things in order to truly believe that I am one with the Father and the Most Holy Spirit. I have come as a man to become one of you so that I might teach you the Father's ways and the Most Holy Spirit has been sent by the Father to teach you and console you but after two thousand years, my son, why is there so little faith in your world of today. My sacred heart beats so very sorrowful when I see the lukewarm faith of your fellow brothers and sisters throughout the world. Do not allow these words of mine to go unheeded. Pray that others with lukewarm faith or no faith in me at all who persecute and scourge my sorrowful heart, pray that they may open their hardened hearts and blind eyes to see me as truly what I am, their God and Savior. Pray for others, serve others, and love others as I have done for each of you. It is my covenant with each of you.


September 9, 2003. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.

From Our Blessed Mother: My son, I wish for you to write down the words of the Holy Rosary as I have told you.

HAIL MARY FULL OF GRACE THE LORD IS WITH YOU. BLESSED ARE YOU AMONG WOMEN AND BLESSED IS THE FRUIT OF THY WOMB JESUS. HOLY MARY MOTHER OF GOD PRAY FOR US SINNERS NOW AND AT THE HOUR OF OUR DEATH.

I am well pleased that you say the rosary daily but I encourage you to say the words of the rosary one by one and say them with your heart. The rosary is to be used as a tangible weapon against an intangible adversary, the evil one. By praying the rosary with a beautiful intention or offering it from your heart with humility, you then allow yourselves to become a small but very important part in the triumph of my Immaculate Heart over the evil adversary. Your Holy Rosaries can be offered up for an end to abortion, for spiritual, emotional or physical healing of others, for peace in the world, or for the purity and protection of family life. Allow the Most holy Spirit to guide your heart toward praying for others out of love for others. I humbly ask you and your fellow brothers and sisters to pray the Most Holy Rosary daily, to pray it with your hearts and I will take your petitions directly to the throne of Jesus. Know that each rosary that you pray does indeed and is indeed one more step toward the triumph of my Immaculate Heart over evil and all of this to accomplish the will of God the Father, God the Son and God the Most Holy Spirit. I love each of you, my little children, and I continue to pray for each of you. Back to heaven I return.


September 16, 2003. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.

From Jesus: (Note from Mike A. As I looked at Jesus hanging on the cross it seemed as though I was right at the cross at the moment he died. All was deathly quiet and it seemed it was just myself and the hanging body of Jesus on the cross.) My son, as you looked at me on the cross you could only look with grief and sorrow as you saw my lifeless body. You thought how much joy and life I gave others during my earthly life such as turning water into wine at Cana, healing the lepers, raising Lazarus from the dead and feeding thousands with the multiplication of bread and fish. You felt empathy and love for me. This, my son, is what I wish you to feel for your less fortunate brothers and sisters around you. I wish for you to see me when you see them and that grief, that sorrow , that love that you felt for me, I wish you to feel for others. This is what I want of each of you, to love others as I have loved you. It is in this action of love that each of you truly allows the kingdom of God to be truly at hand. I ask each of you to open your hearts to others with the same love and empathy that you have for me and I will live in each of you through your acts of love and mercy to others. For through the cross each of you will grow in faith, love and mercy.


September 30, 2003. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.

From Our Blessed Mother: Hark the herald angels sing, glory to the newborn king." My son, the heavenly angels upon the birth or my son, Jesus, sung praises to God giving glory to the heavenly king, Jesus, and worshipping and giving thanks to God on high for becoming our man God on earth on that cold, quiet night. Can you imagine the peace that descended upon that little stable as the word became man. In less than three months each of you will celebrate the birthday of Jesus on Christmas. Try to begin now to prepare your hearts to receive Jesus as the savior of the world. Allow yourselves to give each of your little hearts as a gift to Jesus. Invite the infant Jesus into your hearts and he will truly cleanse, heal and purify your hearts to receive him. I strongly encourage each of you, little children, to receive the sacrament of reconciliation before a holy priest-son who, through the grace of Jesus, will absolve you of your sins providing you come before God with a contrite heart. I ask each of you, little children, to make Jesus the focus of your life on earth. It is truly the Father's will that this be accomplished by all of my children. You, my little children, must start right at this moment to invite the infant Jesus into your heart and enable each of you to give glory, honor and praise to the newborn king, Jesus. See Jesus in the mass and your hearts will be prepared for Christ-mass. Please pray, pray and pray that yourselves and others will prepare their hearts for the coming birth of our Lord Jesus. All glory be to God and glory to our newborn king who wishes to live in each of your little hearts. Thank you for listening.


October 13, 2003. St. Joseph's Church During Adoration.

From Our Blessed Mother: My son, you have finally quieted your restless heart and you can now hear my voice through the ears of your heart. Now I ask you to place your head on my chest and listen to the sound of the beating of my Immaculate Heart. Do you not hear the words, Jes-us, Jes-us, Jes-us with each beat of my heart as I wrap my arms around you and surround you with my mantle of love. This, my son, is the peace, harmony and love which I wish to shower upon all my little children in the world. I wish to gather each of you in my arms and pull you close to my Immaculate Heart to shower you with my love and bring each of you to the beautiful heartbeat of my Immaculate Heart, Jes-us, Jes-us, Jes-us. My little children, although these words of love and encouragement sound so simple in this very complex world, you must open the eyes of your little hearts to my simple plea to all of you, "Come to my son, Jesus." He is our loving and merciful Lord and God. He will forgive all your sins and he will bring each of you to our Father in heaven. Come listen to the sweet heartbeats of my Immaculate Heart which longs for each of you , my little children, to get to know the infinite love of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Thank you for listening.


October 25, 2003. St. Isaac Jogues Adoration Chapel.

From Our Blessed Mother: I wish to speak to you as Our lady of Guadalupe. I appeared many decades ago in Mexico as Our Lady of Guadalupe as a grace of God to intercede for all my children to stop the child sacrifices occurring at that time. Our Triune God in his infinite mercy allowed those miraculous miracles to occur so that many of the blind eyes of my children would be opened to see the mercy of God our Father to allow the miracle of the castillian roses, the miraculous healing, and the miraculous changing of a very dull looking tilma changed to show myself as Our Lady of Guadalupe in brilliant colors and on material that only God from on high could create. As a result of the faith of a gentle soul, Juan Diego, the miracles were shown and brought to all who would listen with the eyes of their hearts after seeing with their human eyes. Millions of conversions of faith occurred and the thousands of child sacrifices of the young children were stopped. Truly, though the grace of God many of my innocent little children's lives were spared. I appeared as the expectant mother of Jesus clothed with the light of God. Now, my little children, I ask each of you many centuries later to stop the continued child sacrifices or abortions in your world today. Each of these Holy Innocents is truly a gift from God. Please, I beg each of you to continue to pray, pray and pray that these child sacrifices in your present day will stop. I must strongly advise you, little children, that unless the terrible evils of abortions are stopped throughout the world, I am not sure that the terrible, but just, judgment of our Almighty god will be able to be withheld from falling upon your present world. Please, listen to my plea.


October 28, 2003. St. Peter's Church During Adoration:

From Our Blessed Mother: My son, try to envision yourself on a large boat and a sudden raging storm comes about you in the dark of the night. You have erred in reading your compass and you are continuing to head toward a path to which you are sure will lead you to safety and away from dangerous rocks which could shipwreck your boat. Then, it seems out of nowhere, there appears a shining beacon of blinking light directly in the path you are taking. You immediately work hard to steer the boat away from the lighthouse and the dangerous rocks into deeper but safer waters. All on board are thankful for the blinking beacon of light from the lighthouse warning you to stay away from the dangerous rocks which could take away your lives. My children, the lighthouse which offered each of you protection with its warning light is your current vicar of Christ on earth, Pope John Paul II. He is continually trying to guide all his sheep from the dangers of destruction and move each of you closer to the safe waters of Jesus. He is the voice crying out in the desert, " Make way for the coming of the Lord." Do not be misled or confused by his apparent poor health as a sign of weakness. He stands out today as a great lighthouse for each of you to point out the direction for each of you in leading all souls to heaven. Please, my little children, study the life of John Paul II, read his encyclicals and most of all, pray for him to be continually guided and strengthened by the Most Holy Spirit. He is your beacon of light and as Christ's representative on earth will continue to pray for all his sheep to be protected from the snares of the devil in your present world. All praises and thanks be to God for giving each of you this precious beacon of light.


November 4, 2003. St. David Adoration Chapel, Willow Grove.

From Our Blessed Mother: My son, I am well pleased that you listened to the prompting of the Most Holy Spirit to come to this beautiful little oasis of peace. You have seen that only through the healing balm of Jesus can your heart be truly at peace. It is in the quiet settings of adoration chapels such as this one where Jesus can, throughout the world, speak to his children, his sheep, to those who have come to know the sound of his voice to their little hearts. You have been blessed to hear his call to your heart. Those who are now reading these words are reading them, not by chance, but through the will of God. And so I ask each of you, little children, to pray that more of your brothers and sisters throughout the world will come before Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament at adoration chapels throughout the world and pray that more of these beautiful oasis of peace will be built and opened so more of my little children will listen to the sweet, gentle voice of Jesus speak to their hearts. All praise and glory be to God.


December 2, 2003. St. Peter's Church During Adoration.

From Our Blessed Mother: My son, as you pray before Jesus in the Most Blessed Sacrament does it not seem to you as if the whole world stood still and you were surrounded by a heavenly peace that could only come from the presence of God himself. Yes, my son, you have been given by the grace tonight of being in the true presence of God in the form of a white host of the Blessed Sacrament. Please, my son, give thanks and glory to God who takes the time to minister to each of your little souls if you just take the time to listen to his words to each of your little hearts. Each of you, little children, were born to be saints but you must each take the time to allow the Holy Spirit to minister to each of your little souls. He will guide you and enlighten you to the ways of our God most high. As each of you begin this Advent season, remember that our heavenly Father sent his son Jesus to each of you so your sins could be forgiven and you could learn the ways of God through the life of Jesus. Come before a holy priest during this Advent season to receive the beautiful sacrament of reconciliation. Come with a contrite heart and allow Jesus to be the kind and merciful savior for each of you. Know, my little children, that I as your mother, am constantly praying for each of you to open your hearts to the infinite love of God our Father, God the Son and God the Most Holy Spirit. Please, please, please pray that others will listen to my words. Thanks be to God.


December 11, 2003. St. Aloysius Church During Adoration.

From Our Blessed Mother: My son Jesus has heard your prayers and petitions and thanks you for taking time to speak to him. He is pleased that your prayers which started from your mind, then finished from your heart. My son, as you now look upon the crucified Jesus I wish for you to notice the total abandonment of Jesus on the cross to the perfect will of his Father. It is this total abandonment of self that Jesus wishes for you and your fellow brothers and sisters to give to him. Only then can he work through each of you to accomplish the will of the Father for each day of your little lives. Each of you, my little children, are going to have crosses in your lives, but as you carry them with Jesus, he can help each of you to purify your souls and come closer to God our Heavenly Father. Remember, that there is no cross that any of you will ever have to carry that Jesus will not help you carry if you just ask him. As Jesus helps each of you carry and overcome each of your little crosses it is almost as if the wood from each of these crosses helps you to build a bridge bringing you closer to your Heavenly Creator. Please my little children, know that I as you mother am also with you as you carry your crosses and I am constantly interceding for each of you to Jesus during your earthly lives. Praise be to God for allowing me to speak to your little hearts and encourage each of you to lift high your cross.


December 23, 2003. St. Joseph's Church, Spring City, PA During Adoration:

From Our Blessed Mother: My son, through various promptings by the Most Holy Spirit you have come to this little church to adore my son, Jesus, our Lord and Savior. It is no coincidence that shortly after you arrived my other little children who were here left and you now see that you are all alone to adore Jesus. As you look upon the crucified Jesus it appears as if he has no face or is a nameless person on the cross. I regret to tell you, my son, that this is true of so many of your present generation. They do not know Jesus in any kind of personal way. This apathy of many of your present generation causes the sword in my sorrowful heart to penetrate further and further with it's piercing pain. But yet my son, you being here to adore Jesus and coming to get to know him better helps soften the pains in my sorrowful heart. Over two thousand years ago three wise men traveled many miles to come to see and adore the baby Jesus. Let your fellow brothers and sisters throughout the world know that I see the same look of adoration and thanksgiving in their eyes as they come before Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament as I saw when the three wise men took the time to visit the infant Jesus long ago. Remember, my little children, that Jesus calls each of your little hearts to come before him, to speak to him and to spend time with him right now in this moment of time just like he called the three wise men from afar to come and adore him. He patiently waits for all to adore him yesterday, today and forever. Please, my little children, show him the honor he deserves as our Lord and Savior for each of us. Thank you for listening.


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