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January 13, 2014. St. Elizabeth's Chapel during Adoration.

From Jesus: My son, you have read about the story of my Father leading Moses and his people on their journey through the desert for forty years before they reached the promised land. Does not forty years seem like a long time to you for the people to be wondering in the desert on their journey? But yet, it has been almost forty years since you had made a personal choice to accept me, your Jesus of mercy, into your life. Does not your personal journey with me over the last forty years seem like it's gone so very fast and yet your knowledge and love for me grow with each passing day. You continue on your journey with me to the promised land, the land that I promised to each of you who believe in me, the land of eternal life. I ask you and those who can read my words, have you truly accepted me to travel with you on your own earthly journey? This so very personal journey that I wish to take daily with each of you can only occur by your personal free will of accepting me to come into your life. Allow me to accompany each of you, my loved ones, on your journey toward eternal life. Amen


March 4, 2014. St. Peter's Church during Adoration.

From Jesus: My son, if your physician were to tell you that you have a terminal illness and had only a little over a month to live, what thoughts would come to your mind. You would probably gather your family together and speak with each one personally with some guiding words. You would make plans to transfer and teach some of your duties in the workplace to those whom your employer wished you to discuss. You would probably try to get together and say good bye to some of your close friends. You would then make some of the decisions with your spouse concerning your burial preparations. But most importantly, your thoughts and prayers would turn to me and my Father as to place your life and soul into the care of us. These, my son, are things that would come to your thoughts and actions during this final monthly time period. As each of you begin your Lenten journey, I wish each of you to walk with me over these next forty days and try to understand that I also was given a little over a month to prepare for my passion knowing my days of physically walking on the earth would soon be over and preparing my physical and spiritual family to carry on my teachings for then and for many generations thereafter. I ask each of you to allow me to spend these next forty days walking with you on your journey and together we will give glory to our Heavenly Father. May our Most Holy Spirit enlighten you on this journey.


March 30, 2014. St. Mary of Providence Chapel.

From Our Blessed Mother: My son, as you look at my Jesus hanging on the cross you can see how bruised and blood covered he was. When I looked up on the cross and saw the result of the physical scourging and beatings that he had received along with the pain of being crucified, it pierced my heart. But what pierced my sorrowful heart in an even deeper way was the understanding that Jesus had to endure the spiritual pain of witnessing all the future generations of souls who would turn their lives away from his love and mercy. I humbly ask each one of you who can hear my words to please pray, pray and pray that those who do not know the love and mercy that my son has for each of them will open their hearts to receive his endless love and mercy. Your prayers, my dear children, will indeed help to convert souls and help heal the wounds of the Sacred Heart of my son Jesus. Thank you for listening.


May 1, 2014. St. James Adoration Chapel.

From Our Blessed Mother: My son, shortly after you came into this beautiful chapel, you allowed yourself to get distracted from someone's alarm going off and also those around you became distracted. You and those around you are in the presence of my son, Jesus, in the Most Blessed Sacrament, but yet, something so small as a soft beeping alarm allowed you to take your eyes off of my son Jesus. How it gives pain to my Immaculate Heart when you, my little children, can be so easily become distracted by the ways of the world and take the focus of the eyes of your hearts away from what is most important in your life, our Lord and Savior Jesus. It is only through prayer that each of you will become more disciplined and keep your focus of each of your lives on he who is love and mercy, Jesus. I pray that each of you, my little children, will listen to my plea. Thanks be to God for giving each of us the wonderful gift of his son, Jesus, Jesus, Jesus.


June 10, 2014. St. Peter's Chapel during Adoration.

From Our Blessed Mother: My son, as you were praying tonight with this little prayer group you realized that it has been for over 15 years that this prayer group has been praying and offering petitions for others, followed by the most holy rosary and ending with benediction. How it pleases my son Jesus when each of you come before him in prayer and adoration. You recall that one of your group's constant prayer petitions was for vocations to the priesthood and the religious life and you see that your parish has recently had one of its own become ordained as one of my priest sons. I have asked my children throughout the world to continue to pray, pray and pray and you can now see that vocations to the priesthood can indeed become reality through intercessory prayer. I humbly ask each of you who can hear my voice to please pray, pray and pray for more vocations to the priesthood. For without my priest sons, the bread and wine cannot be transformed into the body and blood of my son Jesus. Thank you, my little children, for your prayers for our current priests and for the future priests who are in such need of your holy prayers and intercessions. Thank you for listening.


September 16, 2014. St. Peter's Chapel During Adoration.

From Jesus: My son, before you walked into this beautiful chapel tonight you noticed in the western sky the many beams of sunlight shining through the grey cloudy sky and noticed how these beams of light seemed to touch the earth, even through the very cloudy sky. This is to show you and your fellow brothers and sisters throughout the world that my penetrating rays of love and mercy are always at work and always shining on all my creations regardless of their faith or lack of faith. I ask all to open the doors of their hearts and allow these life giving rays of love and mercy to shine on their souls. But yet, many of my children do not slow down their very busy lives to hear my gentle knocking on the doors of their heart. To you who can hear my voice I humbly ask each of you to pray that all persons on this earth may open the doors of their heart to my gentle rays of love and mercy for each of them. My peace I leave with each of you.


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