June 1, 2023
Radio Wave Mejanomics

I Am Covering You With My Mantle

[Podcast] (21 Minutes) – A Friend of Medjugorje tells a hard truth about a major change that needs to be made, yet is often stopped by mothers.

Episode Transcript

[THEME MUSIC]

[NARRATOR]

“No one can serve two masters. He will either hate the one and love the other, or be devoted to one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon. Therefore, I tell you, do not worry about your life– what you shall eat or drink– or about your body– what you will wear. Is not life more than food, and the body more than clothing?

 

“Look at the birds in the sky. They do not sow or reap. They gather nothing into barns, yet your Heavenly Father feeds them. Are not you more important than they? Can any of you, by worrying, add a single moment to your life span?

 

“Why are you anxious about clothes? Learn from the way the wildflowers grow. They do not work or spin. But I tell you that not even Solomon in all his splendor was clothed like one of them. If God so clothes the grass of the field, which grows today and is thrown into the oven tomorrow, will He not much more provide for you, oh you of little faith?

 

“So do not worry and say, what are we to eat? Or what shall we drink? Or what are we to wear? All these things the pagans seek. Your Heavenly Father knows that you need them all.

 

“But seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things will be given you besides. Do not worry about tomorrow. Tomorrow will take care of itself. Sufficient for a day is its own evil.”

 

[THEME MUSIC]

[ANNOUNCER]

This is Mejanomics with a Friend of Medjugorje.

 

[SONG]

Bum, bum, bum, bum, bad-ump, bum, bum, bum, bum

 

She was afraid to come out of her locker. She was as nervous as she could be. She was afraid to come out of her locker. She was afraid that somebody would see.

 

Two, three, four. Tell the people what she wore!

 

It was an itsy-bitsy, teeny-weeny, yellow polka-dot bikini, that she wore for the first time today. An itsy-bitsy, teeny-weeny, yellow polka-dot bikini, so in the locker, she wanted to stay.

 

Two, three, four. Stick around. We’ll tell you more.

 

It was an itsy-bitsy, teeny-weeny, yellow polka-dot bikini, that she wore for the first time today. An itsy-bitsy, teeny-weeny, yellow polka-dot bikini, so in the blanket, she wanted to stay.

 

[FRIEND OF MEDJUGORJE]

That song was released in 1960.

 

Just 43 years before that, Our Lady said, in Fatima:

 

“Certain fashions are being introduced that offend Our Lord very much.”

 

We jump to 2017 and see what Our Lady says, on July 2, 2017:

 

“…I am covering you with my mantle…”

 

It’s amazing.

 

She’s covering you? Why?

 

There’s a father who made this quote that said,

 

“My wife says it’s nothing to worry about that all the girls my daughter’s age dress like that these days. But I see some of the other kids in the area and can only wish that my daughter boasted the same sense of style that some of them display.”

 

So, here is a father that’s cut off by the mother, that, “It’s okay, honey. You want to embarrass our daughter?”

 

What Our Lady said,

 

“…I am covering you with my mantle, because as a mother…”

 

Isn’t that interesting? This wife says no? And we see this everywhere. The mothers, the wives, are they really protecting their daughters?

 

The message continues,

 

“…I am covering you with my mantle, because as a mother I desire to protect you…”

 

Protect you from what?

 

Our Lady, also, in Fatima, said She,

 

“…can no longer restrain the hand of [Her] Divine Son from striking the world with a just punishment for its many crimes.”

 

So, the Medjugorje message says, “…I desire to protect you…” And She continues,

 

“…Sins are multiplying, they are too numerous…with the help of those of you who are humble, [and] modest…”

 

Couple these words with Fatima. After She says, “humble [and] modest,” She says the word, “hidden.”

 

“…who are humble, modest, filled with love, hidden and holy…”

 

Everybody sins, and those who are following Our Lady, we recognize that. But we’re sinners.

 

But we have now a society that everything’s okay, just like this wife said.“It’s okay.”

 

What is the punishments for what’s happening now?

 

In Fatima, Our Lady also said this:

 

“Wars are a punishment for the sins of mankind.”

 

God sent His Son to take care of sins, if you’re confessing. But we have a system that people are not confessing. There’s nothing wrong with it. I can wear what I want to, because, “We’re modern.”

 

Our Lady said,

 

January 25, 2023

“The future is at a crossroads, because modern…”

 

Modesty.

 

“…modern man does not want God. That is why mankind is heading to perdition…”

 

This is a message of Medjugorje.

 

And then, right after that, Our Lady says,

 

“…Pray with me, that what I began in Fatima and here may be realized…”

 

We’re suffering today, in the whole world, of a denying of sins.

 

Going back to Fatima, Our Lady says this:

 

“I have come to warn the faithful to amend their lives and ask pardon for their sins…”

 

The sins have a solution. That’s Jesus on the Cross.

 

But we don’t want that. We don’t accept that. We don’t recognize we sin.

 

“I have come to warn the faithful to amend their lives and ask pardon for their sins…”

 

Then, it’s done. You just go to Confession.

 

“…They must not continue to offend our Lord Who is already too much offended.”

 

The denying of our sins is what’s wrong with the world today. Anybody, no matter how bad they are, Hitler, Napoleon, Pilate even, couldn’t be forgiven.

 

Did you know most men, by majority, don’t like what the girls are dressing now in this modern time?

 

One man from New York was asked the question, “What do you think about the woman’s dress today?”

 

“Not modest enough. Even when they are covered completely, they are immodest, because the clothes are skin-tight, suggestive and revealing.”

 

That’s all these spandex and all these things.

 

Just look at the people. It ain’t the men. It’s the women. And you can only describe it as gross.

 

Another man said, from Minnesota, said,

 

“They are degrading themselves. It’s how little can I wear. Ridiculous. It’s skimpy, and they think that’s what is attractive.”

 

Our culture wants to be more sensuous in everything, even children. Our society influences women in this way. People in the past had more faith and more modest clothing. They cared about how they were presenting themselves.

 

If you do a study on this thing with women and modesty, what comes up is ego! They want attention.

 

Our Lady said,

 

January 25, 2017

“…fight against materialism, modernism and egoism, which the world offers to you…”

 

March 25, 2015, Our Lady said, in Medjugorje,

 

“…fight against temptation and all the evil plans which the devil offers you through modernism…”

 

October 25, 2017, Our Lady says,

“…You all have problems, afflictions, sufferings and lack of peace…”

 

And then, Our Lady says, “…be models…”

 

That word can parallel modesty, “modest.”

 

“…May saints be models to you and an encouragement for holiness…”

 

Who’s the biggest Model in Heaven for the human race, is Our Lady, and She wants to relate to us. She says,

 

“…Pray and be a model to others because through you I want to lead people towards the light.”

 

What is She modeling to us, us modern man and societies and which way we are going, why we want to do what we do?

 

And She comes down to the earth, June 24, 1981, dressed like that? You old fogey!

 

Is that what you think of Our Lady?

 

You say, “Well, that’s 2,000 years ago.”

 

No, She’s the model.

 

Isn’t it interesting that five hundred years ago, in Guadalupe, Our Lady had a dress to relate to the natives. And they related to that. Do you think Our Lady’s saying something to us? And when She appears in Medjugorje, by Her waist, you see some of Her hair. It’s black. All the way down to Her waist. Why is She showing that?

 

The Bible talks about, New Testament, the adornment of a woman’s hair. It’s not just words She’s saying. She’s a model of modesty.

 

We’re going to play a clip of a young woman who’s gone through immodesty and where she is now.

 

[CLIP]

[WOMAN]

Growing up, I went to public school, and I lived in the South. And I was raised in a family that didn’t have convictions about Biblical modesty.

 

I went every week to a very liberal church. And it was a very loving place to grow up. It was a wonderful community. But the Gospel was not taught. I didn’t even know the basics of salvation as I grew up.

 

And so…and in public school, there’s definitely a pecking order of popularity. It has to do with how you look. It has to do with your clothes.

 

And so, I knew that looks mattered. And it mattered to me to be liked, to be popular.

 

And so, I remember the very first time that I realized that it would be important for me to wear designer clothes. It was in the fifth grade. And always before, mom had bought my jeans at K-Mart. They were Lee jeans. And all of a sudden, that was not good enough. I was ten. I wanted something better.

 

And so, my mom and I went to store after store, and I kept trying on jeans, and I would say, “No, these don’t fit right. These don’t fit right.” Of course, they all fit fine. It was really that I wanted a particular brand.

 

So, finally, we got to a store that had the Guess jeans. I tried those on. I told my mom, “Oh, yes. These are the ones. These fit me,” because I was too embarrassed to say, from the beginning that that was what I wanted. It was that little triangle on the back pocket that would give me a little leg up in fifth grade popularity.

 

So, for me, that was the first instance of many of seeking expensive clothes and designer clothes to fit the in-crowd.

 

So, I wore exactly what everybody else did. Whatever was the fashion when I was in high school or college, that was what I wore.

 

So, that pattern of seeking fashionable clothes to fit in continued, and my parents had the money, and they had the willingness to support me in that.

 

And so, every season, Fall and Spring, I would spend an exorbitant amount of money on clothes and shoes. By the time this all ended, I probably had forty pairs of shoes labeled in plastic boxes to be able to find them all.

 

And as time went on, fashions became more and more revealing. I remember when, like, spandex became like normal in clothes.

 

And so, my clothes became more revealing too, and I became less and less modest.

 

And there was a point in which my oldest brother, who’s one of few Christians in my family, said to me, “Laura, I’m worried for you. You don’t know what men think. You don’t know how their minds work, and this is not safe.”

 

And I thought he was just being overly-protective, and so, I ignored him.

 

I had a boyfriend who told me my dress was too low-cut, and I just kind of shrugged it off. I didn’t really believe him.

 

[END CLIP]

[FRIEND OF MEDJUGORJE]

Many of you know about the masons.

 

One of the things the masonic plans were is to destroy the Church. They say,

 

“Religion does not fear the dagger’s point. But it can’t vanish under corruptions. Let us not grow tired of corruption. We may use a pretext such as sport, hygiene, health resorts. It is necessary to corrupt that our girls practice nudism in dress.

 

“To avoid too much reaction, one would have to progress in a slow manner. First, undress up to the elbow. Then, up to the knees, then arms and legs. Completely uncovered. Later, the upper part of the chest and the shoulders, etc., etc.”

 

Itsy bitsy, teeny weeny, tiny polka-dot bikini.

 

When it came out, people were modest. Still long dresses. And from there, the masons go, quickly change through the 60s.

 

There was nobody at that time, when the song came out, wearing bikinis, and it quickly spread like fire.

 

And so, I finish this with about July 1st through July 5th. We’ve got dress codes. Don’t come here anything above your knees, no low-cut tops or sleeveless shirts. No tank tops. You’re going to be in front of the Woman Who is the definition of modesty.

 

Do you know, before Marija goes in an apparition, even at home—I’ve been with her, just me and her—she changes clothes—and she’s already modest—often put on a long dress.

 

Spread to everybody for July 1-5 for Our Lady coming. This is critical. You are Paul Revere. Pass to everybody.

 

We’ve got a special mailing with a lot more information coming. We need donations. We need volunteers, even if you come here on the weekends. We’ve got a lot of work in preparation for this.

 

[THEME MUSIC]

[MUSIC PLAYS]

[NARRATOR]

Prayed from within cloistered convents, to inside the Pentagon,

 

From dangerous military fields around the globe, to the quietness of the Bedroom and Field where Our Lady appeared to the Medjugorje visionary, Marija, here in Caritas.

 

The Patriotic Rosary: a powerful prayer for Divine protection and mercy for our nation and its rebirth.

 

Gather your family and friends and pray the Patriotic Rosary together, consecrating our nation back to God.

 

Once you’ve heard this Rosary, you’ll long to pray it often, praying that our nation remains one nation, under God.

 

Order the Patriotic Rosary on mej.com, spelled, M-E-J.com, and click on “Mejmart.” Or call in the U.S. 205-672-2000.

 

[NARRATOR]

Society today is driven by atheistic patterns who say that they do not need God; yet, Our Lady tells us, “…without God you can do nothing…”

 

Are we to stand idle and watch society and culture crumble around us?

 

What can we do?

 

We no longer have to stand still. We can take action.

 

July 1-5 at Caritas, Alabama. Gather with others from across the United States to reconsecrate the United States of America back to God.

 

Five days, July 1-5, at Caritas, Alabama.

 

For more information, visit mej.com, spelled, M-E-J.com. Or call Caritas in the U.S. 205-672-2000. 205-672-2000.

 

July 1-5 at Caritas of Birmingham.

 

[THEME MUSIC]

[COC]

You’re listening to Radio WAVE with a Friend of Medjugorje.

 

[FRIEND OF MEDJUGORJE]

Be praying every day, all day, because Our Lady said, “Even if an intention is granted, the more prayer attached to it, greater will be the grace.” You can make that increase.

 

We wish you Our Lady. We love you. Good night.

 

[THEME MUSIC]

[ANNOUNCER]

This ends the Mejanomics broadcast with a Friend of Medjugorje. These broadcasts are available as CDs, which are sent directly to your doorstep on a monthly subscription. For information, contact Caritas in the U.S. at 205-672-2000.

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