From the Desk-February 21, 2008

Dear Followers of Our Lady,

We are living in dire times. The culture is as restless as the surface of a stormy sea. All the while, evil is brewing in the culture to impose its will upon the children of God. The movement of God, deep below the stormy sea, is getting stronger, mightier, and fiercer in its ability to resist the culture. When it surfaces, there will be a mighty clash within the culture, causing devastation and destruction to all ways that are pagan.

Our Lady has planted these seeds deep within the ocean of culture and once She lets it manifest into an earthquake, the shockwave will, as a mighty tsunami, sweep across all the lands and change the earth. As a tidal wave, with the power of great might, clears the land, these people with the seeds of the message cultivated in the heart as Our Lady’s children, are destined to be on the tidal forefront of societal change. This might, based in love, will be instilled into Our Lady’s children who accept Her call to the might of apostleship. Our Lady says:

June 27, 1988

“…I give you love; give this love to others… Help the others to change their lives. I give you might, dear children; with this might, you can bear everything. May this might make you strong in everything. You need it; that is why I give you might.”


Be real with yourself and do not only read the following questions, but give an answer to the questions.

Do you understand who you are?

Do you understand what you are called to do?

Do you understand what the enemy wants to do?

Are you resisting being taken over by the cultures of evil?

“It” is moving, both good and evil. A great clash is brewing. The Christians 2000 years ago in the Coliseum and courts won.

Will you?

In the Love of Our Lady,

Friend of Medjugojre

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  1. The Spanish word for Butterfly is “Mariposa”, which means:According to wiktionary, it’s from the phrase María pósate, “Mary, alight!” The most accepted etymology comes from Joan Coromines, in his Diccionario crítico etimológico castellano e hispánico: “mariposa” comes from the expression “Mari, posa(te)” (Mary, alight!), present in children’s songs and games.Mary was a light before the miners, trapped in the mine.God Bless

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