Caritas – December 10, 2007

 

“Avoiding Hardness With Our Lady’s Messages” – A talk by A Friend of
Medjugorje at the 5 Days of Prayer for the Reconciling of Ourselves, Our
Families, and Our Nation Back to God 

 

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Caritas – December 10, 2007

tree in the field

     Mary’s Tree in the Field, December 10, 2007 – A simple scene: a pine tree, a statue, and an altar and a wooden cross in a field. This has become for thousands throughout the world a symbol of hope and peace. For years, prayers have been offered from this spot for the healing of Our Nation.

    Today, pilgrims attending the 5 days of prayer for the Reconciling of Ourselves, Our Families, and Our Nation Back to God, will visit the main apparition site at Caritas, the Bedroom of Apparitions.

“Avoiding Hardness With Our Lady’s Messages” – A talk by A Friend of
Medjugorje at the 5 Days of Prayer for the Reconciling of Ourselves, Our
Families, and Our Nation Back to God

 

Click Here to Listen to “Avoiding Hardness With Our Lady’s Messages”

 

 or Click Here to Download “Avoiding Hardness With Our Lady’s Messages”

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  1. Barnes and Noble Corporation is a very unethical business. They place pornographic materials such as Playboy in the cafe areas where many children frequent. I have learned that this is not by accident, but deliberately done by the corporate mandate. Following is the address for my petition to Barnes and Noble.http://citizengo.org/en/signit/39191/view

  2. Meg, I understand your situation. Your children have left the faith and it hurts you because you love as only a mother can. But you need to understand that without God, your kids cannot be happy and in fact they are so empty and their souls are so disturbed with worldly things. Let that be a strength when you see them but especially in prayer, so that with the spirit of confident, trusting, prayer, you can help the Mother to give them so much grace, especially at the hour of their death. “Be heroes to snatch a soul from corruption. Be heroes.” (Poem of the Man-God, 275.19). Also understand that when they are suffering, that is when they will be most ready to receive God. It’s not impossible by any means for the young to try and be holy. Read about Carlo Acutis. Also, read this, he is a big supporter of Medjugorje: http://www.markmallett.com/blog/the-storm-of-fear/#more-25634

  3. Born in the depths of the dark caves of Michigan Marxism with drunken violent parents, I thought I found the light when Mary came for me and showed me the twistedness of those that created the cave the source of sorrow but over the years more grace was poured out to see even more which triggered a spiritual war for the control of my mind. Now the devotion to Mary and grace has turned my anger and sorrow into compassion for each on their path. For if I saw but a glimmer of truth through the sorrow and pain birthed by the lies I was born into, I grew into Jesus’s example of love and compassion, how could I fight evil with evil, knowing God has seen this pattern of evil many times before. And in the depths of my demonic war for my mind, I was saved from becoming a raging shooter of fallen twisted Christian leaders which angered me for robbing children of healthy childhoods. I told myself, I AM NOT GOD AND I DO NOT DECIDED WHO MUST DIE BUT MANY IN THE CHURCH HAD A HAND INTO HELPING SATAN.

  4. I found this very confusing, odd almost. The Airport, National Geographics, lady with baby. Make the message more CLEAR, shorten it and get to the point. Anniversary of Fatima, St. Lucy, the cardinal, it is all very jumbled; like incomplete thought passages. I LOVE the song “God doesn’t live here anymore” – absolutely beautiful! Have a wonderful day!

  5. I am so afraid for the children in today’s world who do not know or refuse to know Jesus, my adult children included. I have been praying for their conversion and the opening of their eyes and hearts to accept Jesus as their personal Savior. I am Catholic, I raised my children Catholic, but they have not practiced the faith since they turned 18. Books don’t always help, they don’t want to read it. What else can I do as their mother other than to pray for them and ask for intercession to change their hearts? My heart bleeds for their salvation for the time is drawing near. We are on the brink of something coming and we must be prepared, for we are in the final battle, I’ve felt it, I see it, and I pray for others to be ready. Father most merciful, I place my family, my friends and the whole of humanity into Your Hands for their guidance and protection as we face the impending forces that we will be facing. Father, I place all my trust in You.

  6. I was disturbed by parts of this message. I feel I am no one to judge another and point out to someone that they are a sinner. He who casts the first stone . . . We are all sinners who live in an imperfect world. “Love one another as I have loved you.” Leading souls back to God is awesome. We people all NEED God in our daily life. I am divorced since my husband left me and the children. After hearing what was said made me feel that was my fault for not making a proper home? My children & myself are all deeply wounded by this occurrence. What I do know is that God himself helped me raise my children (which I absolutely did to the best of my ability that God gave me). He never abandoned me and provided me with the support I needed through other people. God took care of me to fulfill the Will He had for me. I really felt your opinion was to make me feel like less of a mother with one thing – FAULTS. THAT lasted only a second. I love my God “Who is good above ALL things”.

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