THE GOOD SHEPHERD LEAVES THE 99…

…TO GO AFTER THE LOST LAMB

BEFORE DARNKESS HOVERS* OVER YOU

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(Saint Michael Speaks)

 Dears of Heaven:

Now, My little protected ones, who have passed these Feasts and Solemnities; some of the Little Ones who Have Covered themselves with the Most Precious Blood of the Immaculate Lamb of God and have been Sealed; some who were able to cover themselves with The Divine Mercy; some who appeal to Most Holy Mary Queen of Heaven; but many of you, the sad majority, did not Accompany The Lord or appealed to His Just and Holy Mercy in the Cross, nor much less ask that The Advocate and Your Perfect Intercessor receives you with her Maternal Protection.

You who have disobeyed everything, who have rejected all Graces, who have not taken advantage of any Grace, ARE GOING MARCHING ALONE WITH YOUR PRIDE IN FRONT OF YOU.

And now comes the turn of the Tempter, who will make you despair and fall; because you did not want the Hope, because you didn’t trust, because in your arrogance you rejected the aid of your Custodial Angels and of All The Celestial Court, who has been expectant to your smallest plea to run to defend, protect, and aid you.

You are going alone, Little Ones of Heaven, and you will be greatly tempted, as Adam and Eve were and like them, you will fall.

Haven’t you learned anything of Heaven’s Love? Haven’t you learned anything from your first parents and how they wandered aimlessly without God for generations?

You have not been better and like your first parents, you have disobeyed and are walking alone because that is how you have desired!

I am not saying anything else, Beloved Little Ones of the Father, because you don’t listen: You make your ears deaf to all warning and reprimand; you don’t pronounce The Revealed Truth with your mouths, and you do not keep your eyes away from evil. You have gotten accustomed to him, with your way of life and with it; you are deciding your last destiny.

These most loving warnings have been so you will turn to Heaven and Save yourselves, but you have not wanted.

(Our Lord Jesus Christ Speaks)

Little Ones,

My Mercy never closes for you, but the disasters happen one after the other, and if you do not take advantage TODAY, each day will be more difficult for you to Return to Me, because each time, the darkness is greater and The Tempter blocks your Ways of return.

You must take each day into account as the last one for your Salvation because, My Beloved Children, once death reaches you THEN THERE WILL BE NO WAY OF APPEALING MY DIVINE MERCY, and you don’t know either the day nor the hour in which The Father has destined for your departure; so take an afternoon to go to confession, -having done previously an examination of conscience- and leave that sin which TODAY would condemn you, before it’s too late for you.

Your Most Beloved Lord,

Jesus Christ of Nazareth

 

*Hovers. Hangs above you; threatens you.

(April 15)

 THE GOOD SHEPHERD LEAVES THE 99 TO GO AFTER THE LOST LAMB

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(Last Calls of The Mercy of God,

before darkness hovers over us)

 

(Start of Booklet 7)

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AND LASTLY…

This Sunday April 12th FIND a little lamb who is looking for The Way of Return and take it by the hand to Confession and the Eucharist because IN THE FEAST OF THE DIVINE MERCY, GOD WILL FORGIVE “EVEN THE BIGGEST SINNER”, IF HE GOES TO CONFESSION WITH CONTRITION AND REPENTANCE.

(April 10)

THE INVITATION IS FOR ALL MY CHILDREN

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YOU DIDN’T ACCOMPANY THE LORD AND FEEL BAD?

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“INVITE MY SHEEP, LITTLE ONE, TO THIS SOLEMN FEAST”

 The Lord, knowing our weakness and Loving us so much has instituted The Solemn Feast of Our Lord of The Divine Mercy this coming Sunday April 12.

MY HOLY AND DIVINE MERCY I & II

At the end God Father tells me:

Little one, this is the last solemn invitation that is offered to the sheep who have not wanted to listen to My Holy Call.”

(April 06)

“THE INVITATION IS FOR ALL MY CHILDREN”

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WILL YOU ALSO DENY ME?

THE WAY OF THE CROSS AND THE SEVEN WORDS

DICTATED BY OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST

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(Note: I chose the image below when I received The Holy Way of the Cross. This year My Beloved Lord took me to place the image above, which represents more the present sad reality.)

THE WAY OF THE CROSS DICTATED BY OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST (BOOK 1, DIALOG 6)
Portuguese translation
Audio in Spanish
Original version (Spanish)
REFLECTIONS FOR THIS END OF TIMES:THE SEVEN WORDS OF OUR LORD IN THE CROSS (BOOKLET 5, DIALOG 3)
Portuguese translation
Audio in Spanish
Original version (Spanish)

“THE INVITATION IS FOR ALL MY CHILDREN”

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(March 31)

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HEAVEN CALLED EVERYONE

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My Little One (Our Lord tells me with much Love and Tenderness)

Why do you believe that from a short while ago, we dictate to you only or almost exclusively at the Foot of My Holy Cross? Because of what I tell you, My Little One, the demons are flying throughout the entire world altering the thinking of men, and confusing them. Only when My Consecrated Little Ones find themselves Covered by My Most Precious Blood and at the Foot of My Holy Cross is when they can listen without the Evil one and his followers confusing you. It’s so delicate, My Little One, to take My Sheep to the Fold in these times of total darkness, that now we have the care and the caution of speaking to you when you are at the Foot of My Holy Cross and in holy Hours when all My Children do in unison a protective bard for you. Do you understand, My Little One?

Yes, My Lord, I understand.

Already those who have been Elected are sheltered, there are a several, few, who have been stubborn and have postponed The Way to Heaven, but their hearts are not satanized and they are the ones that we will call last so they join you.

Yes, My Lord. The unrest is very large in the world.

And more, Little One, because you became hopeful that those who are in the world would be able to help you and expect the payment of their good works and of the love.

But it was not like that.

No, My Child (…) it was not like that because it has been defined and delimited who are My Sheep, and those who did not want to be. (Later My Lord tells me with much sadness and lowering his Holy Gaze and his Holy Head) not because Heaven rejected them, because HEAVEN CALLED EVERYONE, because they themselves were who rejected Heaven. They will be confused.

Tell them, My very Own Little One, to My Sheep, to not allow themselves to be confused. Emphasize to them, Little One, not to ask direction from Heaven but only when they are praying at the Foot of My Holy Cross in the Hours of the Holy Gethsemane, and at 3:00 P.M., hour of The Devotion and Consecration to My Most Precious Blood. Do you understand?

Some of my visionaries, who have not accepted this Humble Devotion, are going to be confused with messages that they do not receive (for not being) covered by My Most Precious Blood of Salvation and at the Foot of My Holy Cross. Do you understand? Now many are going to be confused, My Beloved Little Lambs, that’s why I tell you: don’t even trust in your shadow but in The Walk which has already been traced and weeded for you to walk. Do you understand?

 

(God Father Speaks)

Little One: My Little Children must continue through this walk without being confused with new messages or news because The Devil is going to attack with everything that is twisted and lying thought evilly plots, and he is going to bring out false prophets and visionaries who discredit Mine, (who are the one you already know), and who will propose to you to deviate from the way and to walk through other places (Abba shows me a path that only reaches to a swamp).

 

(Our Most Holy Mother Mary Queen of Heaven speaks)

You are going towards the Light, which is My Divine Son Jesus Christ; do not deviate thinking that a short cut has sprung. Continue step-by-step in this walk, My Little Ones, and do not allow yourselves to be deviated.

 

(Saint Joseph “Holy Patron of Our Families” speaks)

Your Families, who have been Consecrated to Me, will be sheltered (…)

 

(Saint Michael Archangel)

Do not falter, Little Ones, if you see that no one is following you; you continue that your Holy route has been traced. Do not take hurried decisions, but continue firm and Faithful until The End.

So be it, amen.

(March 23)

TO LIVE THIS MAJOR WEEK:

DICTATED BY OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST

THE WAY OF THE CROSS

THE WAY OF THE CROSS DICTATED BY OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST (BOOK 1, DIALOG 6)
Portuguese translation
Audio in Spanish
Original version (Spanish)
REFLECTIONS FOR THIS END OF TIMES:THE SEVEN WORDS OF OUR LORD IN THE CROSS (BOOKLET 5, DIALOG 3)
Portuguese translation
Audio in Spanish
Original version (Spanish)

“THE INVITATION IS FOR ALL MY CHILDREN”

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(March 29, “Vespers of Palm Sunday”)

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4th Week of Lent

Solemnity of Saint Joseph.

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Today is the Solemnity of Saint Joseph “Patron of Families”

Video: Saint Joseph according to Anne Catherine Emmerich

Transcript

 

“THE INVITATION IS FOR ALL MY CHILDREN”

(March 19, 2015)

Y Maria del Getsemani

3rd Week of Lent

WITH ME BENEATH THE CROSS

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 Dialog 124* April 8, 1977

Good Friday

“Today, beloved sons, I am bringing you with me to Calvary; with me beneath the Cross of My Son, where I became your Mother.

Here I want to teach you to love.

There is no greater love than to give one’s life for those whom one loves. Look at My Son Jesus who is dying on the Cross for you. He is dying because He is giving his life. He is giving his life out of love.

My motherly Heart feels Him dying, and it is pierced by all his horrible agony. 

My motherly love unites with his in loving you; my sons, learn from us always to love thus!

Here I want to teach you to suffer.

My Son Jesus has become nothing other than the Man of Sorrows. He no longer bears resemblance to a man; He is crushed under the weight of suffering, cruelly beaten, outraged, humiliated. He suffers without complaint; as gentle as a little lamb. He is nailed to the Cross..

Behold the path along which I am calling you today: that of Calvary, which you  must tread with docility and meekness.

Do not seek to escape this trial; do not beg for human consolation. You will always find the Heart of your Mother, who will help you to say yes  to the Will of the Father.

Here I want to teach you to be silent.

The word of My Son is silent in these final moments. Now He speaks with his life. This is the supreme witness to the Will of God.

Thus the last word of his life comes forth: a word of pardon for all and of complete abandonment to the Father.

Learn today, especially, to be silent. Create a silence within yourself in order to hear only his divine word.

Create silence about yourself. Do not reply to the criticisms and the calumnies of him who does not accept you.

Give no answer to the sneers and the offenses of him who persecutes you. Judge no one.

In the moments that await you, you will be called upon more and more to keep silent. You will speak by your life. And for you too, from this life of yours on the Cross, will com forth the word of love for all men and of complete abandonment to the Will of the Father.”

Most Holy Virgin of Fatima

*Book TO THE PRIESTS, Our Lady’s Beloved Sons. The Marian Movement of Priests.

2nd Week of Lent

Lent: An opportunity for us to repair our past misdeeds; of praying, of doing works of mercy, and of giving alms. Prayers in which we can meditate the Passion, Death, and Resurrection of Jesus are recommended such as The Way Of The Cross, The Seven Words, and The Devotion to The Most Precious Blood

Let us be assured that the faithfulness of the Lord endures forever. With this assurance, let us deposit all our faith in Him, who knows all, and who heals us.

Take this opportunity to improve your relationships with family, friends, and the Lord. Review in your mind if you have any pending conversations with a family member, a friend, a neighbor… Having unfinished business in your portfolio diverts you from earnings. Yes, if you want to increase your chances of attaining eternal salvation… your must have a clean slate. Forgive others so God may forgive you.

Take advantage of the Sacrament of Love, the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Are envy, lust, jealousy, anger, greed, gluttony, and sloth keeping you away from being in the Grace of God? Cleanse yourself. The Lord is waiting for you. There is nothing our Lord loves more than a meek and humble heart.

 

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Year of the Lord 2015

40 Days of Renewal

 

An opportunity for us to repair our past misdeeds; of praying, of doing works of mercy, and of giving alms. Prayers in which we can meditate in the Passion, Death, and Resurrection of Jesus are recommended. The Way Of The Cross is a suggestion.

Let our hymn be:

PSALM 117

   Praise the LORD, all nations! Extol him, all peoples!
For great is his steadfast love toward us; and the faithfulness of the LORD endures forever. Praise the LORD!

Let us be assured that “the faithfulness of the Lord endures forever. With this assurance, let us deposit all our faith in Him, who knows all, who heals us.

Take this opportunity to improve your relationships with family, friends, and the Lord. Review in your mind if you have any pending conversations with a family member, a friend, a neighbor… Having unfinished business in your portfolio diverts you from earnings. Yes, if you want to increase your chances of attaining eternal salvation… your must have a clean slate. Forgive others so God may forgive you.

Take advantage of the Sacrament of Love, the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Are envy, lust, jealousy, anger, greed, gluttony, and sloth keeping you away from being in the Grace of God? Cleanse yourself… The Lord is waiting for you. There is nothing our Lord loves more than a meek and humble heart.

 
During Lent we suggest these readings:

Message of His Holiness Pope Francis for Lent 2015

Dear Brothers and Sisters, Lent is a time of renewal for the whole Church, for each communities and every believer. Above all it is a “time of grace” (2 Cor 6:2). God does not ask of us anything that he himself has not first given us. “We love because he first has loved us” (1 Jn 4:19). He is not aloof from us. Each one of us has a place in his heart. He knows us by name, he cares for us and he seeks us out whenever we turn away from him. He is interested in each of us; his love does not allow him to be indifferent to what happens to us.Usually, when we are healthy and comfortable, we forget about others (something God the Father never does): we are unconcerned with their problems, their sufferings and the injustices they endure… Our heart grows cold. As long as I am relatively healthy and comfortable, I don’t think about those less well off. Today, this selfish attitude of indifference has taken on global proportions, to the extent that we can speak of a globalization of indifference. It is a problem which we, as Christians, need to confront.

When the people of God are converted to his love, they find answers to the questions that history continually raises. One of the most urgent challenges which I would like to address in this Message is precisely the globalization of indifference. Indifference to our neighbor and to God also represents a real temptation for us Christians. Each year during Lent we need to hear once more the voice of the prophets who cry out and trouble our conscience.

God is not indifferent to our world; he so loves it that he gave his Son for our salvation. In the Incarnation, in the earthly life, death, and resurrection of the Son of God, the gate between God and man, between heaven and earth, opens once for all. The Church is like the hand holding open this gate, thanks to her proclamation of God’s word, her celebration of the sacraments and her witness of the faith which works through love (cf. Gal 5:6). But the world tends to withdraw into itself and shut that door through which God comes into the world and the world comes to him. Hence the hand, which is the Church, must never be surprised if it is rejected, crushed and wounded.

God’s people, then, need this interior renewal, lest we become indifferent and withdraw intoourselves. To further this renewal, I would like to propose for our reflection three biblical texts.

1. “If one member suffers, all suffer together” (1 Cor 12:26) – The Church The love of God breaks through that fatal withdrawal into ourselves which is indifference. The Church offers us this love of God by her teaching and especially by her witness. But we can only bear witness to what we ourselves have experienced. Christians are those who let God clothe them with goodness and mercy, with Christ, so as to become, like Christ, servants of God and others. This is clearly seen in the liturgy of Holy Thursday, with its rite of the washing of feet. Peter did not want Jesus to wash his feet, but he came to realize that Jesus does not wish to be just an example of how we should wash one another’s feet. Only those who have first allowed Jesus to wash their own feet can then offer this service to others. Only they have “a part” with him (Jn 13:8) and thus can serve others.

Lent is a favourable time for letting Christ serve us so that we in turn may become more like him. This happens whenever we hear the word of God and receive the sacraments, especially the Eucharist.There we become what we receive: the Body of Christ. In this body there is no room for the indifference which so often seems to possess our hearts. For whoever is of Christ, belongs to one body, and in him we cannot be indifferent to one another. “If one part suffers, all the parts suffer with it; if one part is honoured, all the parts share its joy” (1 Cor 12:26).

The Church is the communio sanctorum not only because of her saints, but also because she is a communion in holy things: the love of God revealed to us in Christ and all his gifts. Among these gifts there is also the response of those who let themselves be touched by this love. In this communion of saints, in this sharing in holy things, no one possesses anything alone, but shares everything with others. And since we are united in God, we can do something for those who are far distant, those whom we could never reach on our own, because with them and for them, we ask God that all of us may be open to his plan of salvation.

2. “Where is your brother?” (Gen 4:9) – Parishes and Communities

All that we have been saying about the universal Church must now be applied to the life of our parishes and communities. Do these ecclessial structures enable us to experience being part of one body? A body which receives and shares what God wishes to give? A body which acknowledges and cares for its weakest, poorest and most insignificant members? Or do we take refuge in a universal love that would embrace the whole world, while failing to see the Lazarus sitting before our closed doors (Lk 16:19-31)?

In order to receive what God gives us and to make it bear abundant fruit, we need to press beyond the boundaries of the visible Church in two ways.

In the first place, by uniting ourselves in prayer with the Church in heaven. The prayers of the Church on earth establish a communion of mutual service and goodness which reaches up into the sight of God. Together with the saints who have found their fulfilment in God, we form part of that communion in which indifference is conquered by love. The Church in heaven is not triumphant because she has turned her back on the sufferings of the world and rejoices in splendid isolation. Rather, the saints already joyfully contemplate the fact that, through Jesus’ death and resurrection, they have triumphed once and for all over indifference, hardness of heart and hatred. Until this victory of love penetrates the whole world, the saints continue to accompany us on our pilgrim way. Saint Therese of Lisieux, a Doctor of the Church, expressed her conviction that the joy in heaven for the victory of crucified love remains incomplete as long as there is still a single man or woman on earth who suffers and cries out in pain: “I trust fully that I shall not remain idle in heaven; my desire is to continue to work for the Church and for souls” (Letter 254, July 14, 1897).

We share in the merits and joy of the saints, even as they share in our struggles and our longing for peace and reconciliation. Their joy in the victory of the Risen Christ gives us strength as we strive to overcome our indifference and hardness of heart.

In the second place, every Christian community is called to go out of itself and to be engaged in the life of the greater society of which it is a part, especially with the poor and those who are far away. The Church is missionary by her very nature; she is not self-enclosed but sent out to every nation and people.

Her mission is to bear patient witness to the One who desires to draw all creation and every man and woman to the Father. Her mission is to bring to all a love which cannot remain silent. The Church follows Jesus Christ along the paths that lead to every man and woman, to the very ends of the earth (cf. Acts 1:8). In each of our neighbours, then, we must see a brother or sister for whom Christ died and rose again. What we ourselves have received, we have received for them as well. Similarly, all that our brothers and sisters possess is a gift for the Church and for all humanity.

Dear brothers and sisters, how greatly I desire that all those places where the Church is present, especially our parishes and our communities, may become islands of mercy in the midst of the sea of indifference!

3. “Make your hearts firm!” (James 5:8) – Individual Christians As individuals too, we have are tempted by indifference. Flooded with news reports and troubling images of human suffering, we often feel our complete inability to help. What can we do to avoid being caught up in this spiral of distress and powerlessness?

First, we can pray in communion with the Church on earth and in heaven. Let us not underestimate the power of so many voices united in prayer! The 24 Hours for the Lord initiative, which I hope will be observed on 13-14 March throughout the Church, also at the diocesan level, is meant to be a sign of this need for prayer.

Second, we can help by acts of charity, reaching out to both those near and far through the Church’s many charitable organizations. Lent is a favourable time for showing this concern for others by small yet concrete signs of our belonging to the one human family.

Third, the suffering of others is a call to conversion, since their need reminds me of the uncertainty of my own life and my dependence on God and my brothers and sisters. If we humbly implore God’s grace and accept our own limitations, we will trust in the infinite possibilities which God’s love holds out to us. We will also be able to resist the diabolical temptation of thinking that by our own efforts we can save the world and ourselves.

As a way of overcoming indifference and our pretensions to self-sufficiency, I would invite everyone to live this Lent as an opportunity for engaging in what Benedict XVI called a formation of the heart (cf. Deus Caritas Est, 31). A merciful heart does not mean a weak heart. Anyone who wishes to be merciful must have a strong and steadfast heart, closed to the tempter but open to God. A heart which lets itself be pierced by the Spirit so as to bring love along the roads that lead to our brothers and sisters. And, ultimately, a poor heart, one which realizes its own poverty and gives itself freely for others.

During this Lent, then, brothers and sisters, let us all ask the Lord: “Fac cor nostrum secundum cor tuum”: Make our hearts like yours (Litany of the Sacred Heart of Jesus). In this way we will receive a heart which is firm and merciful, attentive and generous, a heart which is not closed, indifferent or prey to the globalization of indifference.

It is my prayerful hope that this Lent will prove spiritually fruitful for each believer and every ecclesial community. I ask all of you to pray for me. May the Lord bless you and Our Lady keep you.

From the Vatican, 4 October 2014

Feast of Saint Francis of Assisi

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