Judith 3:13 The Lord heard their prayers and had regard for their distress; for the people fasted for many days throughout Judea and in Jerusalem before the sanctuary of the Lord almighty.
“Beloved children, weep and wail! Offer me all things, great and small, so that the calamities may yet be mitigated. I have been exhorting you to prayer and sacrifice for many years now. My words fall on deaf ears far too often. You who hear me and heed my warnings must bear the greater share of the burden. You are Simon of Cyrene and I am asking you to carry my cross. Do not take it up reluctantly, but with great joy give thanks to God for the great honor he bestows on you and the great trust he places in you in allowing you to carry so precious a treasure as the cross of Christ. Simon could not have known, but you know. Therefore, when I ask you to carry a burden, embrace it with holy joy. Offer it to the Father in the Divine Will in the name of everyone to make up for what is lacking in those who refuse their mission. Make your fiat one with mine and our Mother’s. Children, beloved ones, I am depending on you. You have no idea what your fiat can purchase. Trust in me, my children. The world is in need of your fiat!”
O my Jesus, forgive me for all the times I have refused to help you carry your cross. How weak I am! But your mercy far surpasses my weakness and so I ask you in the Divine Will to take all my errors and sins and redo them in the Divine Will as if I had done them well the first time. I ask this so your holy will may be accomplished in the world and that your kingdom may come. I give you my fiat linked to yours and to our Mother’s. Jesus I trust in you.
(Note: On Saturday at Mass I was looking at the crucifix and praying for the coming of the Kingdom of the Divine Will. I felt the Lord tell me that the road to the kingdom is the way of the cross. So we need to view the hardships we are asked to endure through the lens of the cross, from the vantage point of the Kingdom. Jesus we trust in you, even if your designs are too mysterious for us. We trust in you. Amen.
Psalm 111:10 The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom; all those who practise it have a good understanding. His praise endures for ever.
“Beloved, you do not know what is about to befall the earth. Cling to nothing but me and my Mother. There is nothing that can harm you if you do this, if you cling to us with unwavering faith. It is true, you may be asked to suffer. The harm you will avoid is spiritual harm. Yet, whatever happens, know that I hold you in the palm of my hand. Whatever befalls you, know that all is within the sphere of Divine Providence. Trust in me always. These trials are sent to test your trust. For it is easy to trust in times of comfort and prosperity. Easy to trust—but in whom? In God or in your wealth? No, it is in the crucible of suffering that one’s faith is tested. How will you fare? Practise now by accepting all things as from my loving hand. Practise in small things so as to build spiritual muscle. Never grumble or complain, but pour yourself out in love and service. Begin with those closest to you. Accept their faults and failings as I accept yours. Be swift to forgive as I am. There is much to come. I have been telling you this for a long time. Do not be afraid, but let faith be your guidepost in all things. I am near.”
O my Jesus, help me to trust in you in all the circumstances of my life. In childlike trust I cling to you and our Mother. Grant me the grace, O Lord, to triumph in trust always. Jesus I trust in you! Save souls!
Matthew 12:39-40 But he answered them, “An evil and adulterous generation asks for a sign, but no sign will be given to it except the sign of the prophet Jonah. For just as Jonah was in the belly of the sea monster, so for three days and three nights the Son of Man will be in the heart of the earth.”
“My child, this too is a wicked and adulterous generation that seeks a sign. They will not believe in me unless they first see a sign. Yet do they believe even when I send signs? No, they are quick to discount even the most amazing signs. They shut their eyes and stop their ears, not wanting to believe. What folly! The sign of Jonah will be given to them and what a terrible day that will be! For I will withdraw my presence and the world will be plunged into darkness—a darkness no earthly light will penetrate or dispel. It will be a darkness, not just of the eyes, but of the heart. Only those who have turned to me in trust will be comforted. My children without me, it will be impossible to withstand such a time. Cling to me, my children. Cling to my Mother. She is the agent I have chosen to lead my children as Moses led the Israelites through the sea on dry ground. No matter what happens, do not lose faith, for it is truly your only possession. Children, I tell you this, not so that you will be afraid, but so that you will believe and trust in me and so that you will NOT be afraid. Children, draw near. My Mother calls you to her. Draw near.”
O Jesus and Mary, what mercy your grant us! What love! Beloved Mother of our hearts we rest in the crossing of your arms and bring with us all those in our territory of souls, so that all will be converted and in the Divine Will none will be lost. Jesus and Mary we trust in you! Save souls!
Dream: I dreamed a sinkhole was swallowing many buildings in a small town. People were not taking seriously, however. One lady continued to apply her makeup amid the rubble and danger. Others were milling about in curiosity, ignoring the danger. I believe this dream describes the stupor of so many and their unwillingness to heed the signs of the times.
Micah 1:3-4 For lo, the Lord is coming out of his place, and will come down and tread upon the high places of the earth. Then the mountains will melt under him and the valleys will burst open, like wax near the fire, like waters poured down a steep place.
“Children, do you not see? Can you not comprehend? Return to me with fasting and weeping! There is much to come and it is here already. How blind you are and slow to believe! Let your fasting be from sin, for that is what will give me glory.
“Enter into my holy will. Accept what befalls you and pray for souls! I thirst! Live in my will, dear children. It is the only path to joy. The darkness will be dark indeed, but joy comes with the dawn. Let joy be your dawn. Children I am near!”
Heavenly Father, open our eyes and our hearts. Let your holy will fill us with joy and the desire only to live in it. Grant us grace O Lord, through Jesus, Mary and the intercession of the Gloriana. Amen.
2 Thessalonians 2:9-10 The coming of the lawless one is apparent in the working of Satan, who uses all power, signs, lying wonders, and every kind of wicked deception for those who are perishing, because they refused to love the truth and so be saved.
“My beloved children the work of the lawless one is in your midst. So many are being deceived! There is much more to come. The time is coming when Truth will visit every soul. At that time each soul will have to decide—are you with me or against me? My children, great horror will descend on the chosen of God on these days—but also great glory. I tell you the glory will be far greater than the horror and will be more glorious even than what emanated from the saints and martyrs of the early days. God will be glorified in his holy ones! They will be strengthened in every way to withstand and to triumph over the enemy completely. Fear nothing, dear children, but place all your hope, trust, joy, and gratitude in my merciful heart. I am near to you always—so near! You are my beloved little ones. Draw near!”
Heavenly Father, we place all our hope, trust, joy and gratitude in your merciful heart. We ask for grace and peace so that we will not be put to shame, but in your limitless strength become instruments of your triumph over the enemy. Jesus, Mary, Joseph, we love you—save all the souls in our spiritual territory. Thank you Jesus. Praise you Jesus. Amen.
Jeremiah 15:20-21 And I will make you to this people a fortified wall of bronze; they will fight against you, but they shall not prevail over you, for I am with you to save you and deliver you, says the Lord. I will deliver you out of the hand of the wicked, and redeem you from the grasp of the ruthless.
“My beloved children, the time is upon you when the enemy of souls will seek ever more to crush the Bride of Christ. Remain firm and steadfast in your faith. Do not fear! He who is in you is stronger than he who is in the world. (cf 1 Jn 4:4) I tell you again be firm in your faith. You are standing on a rock. It is only if you abandon the rock that you will be in danger. Do not let toil or sorrow, pain or persecution discourage you, but begin now to give thanks to God in every circumstance. You will be amazed at the strength and power this will produce in you. Refrain from complaining. This is a very insidious form of ingratitude and will serve to weaken you. It is the joy that a grateful heart presents that will draw souls to me. In all things—praise!”
Heavenly Father, you are all goodness and love. We praise you for all you have given us and especially for the gift of faith—our light in a dark world. We trust in you to deliver us from evil. Keep us free from ingratitude and let us praise you in all circumstance. Thank you Father! Praise you Jesus! Come Holy Spirit! We love you!
Colossians 2:5 For though I am absent in body, yet I am with you in spirit, and I rejoice to see your morale and the firmness of your faith in Christ.
“My children, believe in my presence at all times. It is when the night is darkest that I am most near to those who love me and call out to me. If you could see as I see, you would be appalled at what sin has done to the world. Indeed you are already appalled. Yet what you see is a minute fraction of what I see. Remember, my children, how near I am to you. What is to come will be unlike anything that has ever before befallen the world. Children I am as near to you as your own breath. Cling to me, hope in me, trust in me. I am near!”
O my Jesus, I believe, hope, and trust in you and ask pardon for all those who do not believe, do not hope, do not trust in you. Have mercy on us all! O Lord I believe in your nearness. In the Divine Will I place my “I love you” and “I thank you” in the gift of your nearness. Jesus I trust in you. Amen.
Joel 2:25-26 And I will repay you for the years which the locust has eaten, the grasshopper, the devourer, and the cutter, my great army which I sent among you. You shall eat and be filled, and shall praise the name of the LORD, your God, because he has dealt wondrously with you; my people shall nevermore be put to shame.
“My beloved children, there is much to come—indeed it is here already. This must happen, my beloved little ones, or how would the world be renewed? What is gangrenous must be cut away or the whole body will die. Rejoice when the surgeon cuts away the decay and rot, even though for a time there may be great pain. The surgeon is engaged in the work of salvation. What will come afterwards will be a transformation. First the pruning, then the growth. Therefore, I urge you once again to place all your trust in your loving Abba. For what is to follow is more glorious than you can ever imagine. Remain faithful, remain hopeful, remain joyful! Then all will know that I am with you. Shalom dear children.”
Beloved Abba, we place all our trust in your generous and merciful heart. We believe, hope, and trust in you, and look forward to the glorious day when your kingdom will reign in the hearts of all. In Jesus name we pray. Amen.
Lamentations 2:19 Rise up, shrill in the night, at the beginning of every watch;Pour out your heart like water in the presence of the Lord; Lift up your hands to him for the lives of your little ones (Who faint from hunger at the corner of every street).
“Weep and wail, my beloved! Tragedy and woe! Offer your prayers and supplications unceasingly for what is coming to the world. Sin has purchased grave suffering, mitigated in part by the prayers of a few. But too many do not pray. Or if they do pray, it is only out of self-interest.”
BVM: “Children turn to me! Run to me and I will gather you to my heart! Pray, dear children, for there is much suffering to come. Enter into my sorrowful, weeping heart. My children, I am once again at the foot of the cross. Do not abandon me, but be with me to comfort my Jesus, who suffers so much for the sins of the world. Help me to comfort him!”
O beloved Mother, what sorrow to see Jesus tortured by the sins of our age! Help us to repent with all our hearts, and give us the strength to stand with you at the foot of the cross to comfort Jesus and offer reparation. Blessed Mother, we are with you and we love you! Jesus we love you! Save souls! Amen.
Resources to assist in standing with Our Mother at the foot of the cross:
The 24 Hours of the Passion
The Seven Sorrows Chaplet
Leviticus 19:19 “Keep my statutes: do not breed any of your domestic animals with others of a different species…”
“My beloved, do you see how, in the name of science, nature is desecrated? In place of creation, man re-creates. Yet what is re-created is a travesty and an abomination! I have made all things good and holy in creation. They have profaned it! I am weary of this generation. How long must I put up with them? I tell you it will not be long now! Creation groans. The weight of sin is too much to bear. The desecration of all that is good, all that is holy, all that is true, will be stopped abruptly amid burning flames. Children draw near to my heart through my Mother. She will care for you tenderly, but woe to those who turn away from me to worship the abominable work of their own hands. Their suffering will be great indeed! Children draw near.”
Heavenly Father we come to you through our Blessed Mother, clinging to her hands, to her robe in abject trust. In your mercy grant that we may enter the Sacred Heart through the Immaculate Heart. Jesus and Mary we trust in you! Amen.