Mary has requested that the daily message be given each day to the world. It is read nightly at the prayer service from her Image Building in Clearwater, Florida, U.S.A. This is according to her request. All attempts will be made to publish this daily message to the world at 11 p.m. Eastern time, U.S.A.

We acknowledge that the final authority regarding these messages
rests with the Holy See of Rome.

I appear my children on this former bank building in Florida, Our Lady Clothed with the Sun.

January 11, 2006

January 12th Holy Spirit Novena
Scripture selection is Day 2 Period II.
The Novena Rosary Mysteries  
for January 12th are Luminous.


Retreat in China

January 10 - 13th 

January 12, 2006 - Mass 12:00 noon

January 13, 2006 - Mass 12:00 noon





January 11, 2006

Jesus' daily message was

"His Heart is bleeding."


Litany of the
Most Precious Blood of Jesus

(For public or private use.)

Lord, have mercy on us.
   Christ, have mercy on us.
Lord, have mercy on us. Christ, hear us.
   Christ, graciously hear us.
God the Father of Heaven,
   Have mercy on us.
God the Son, Redeemer of the world,
   Have mercy on us.
God the Holy Spirit,
   Have mercy on us.
Holy Trinity, One God,
   Have mercy on us.

Blood of Christ, only-begotten Son of the Eternal Father, save us.
Blood of Christ, Incarnate Word of God, save us.
Blood of Christ, of the New and Eternal Testament, save us.
Blood of Christ, falling upon the earth in the Agony, save us.
Blood of Christ, shed profusely in the Scourging, save us.
Blood of Christ, flowing forth in the Crowning with Thorns, save us.
Blood of Christ, poured out on the Cross, save us.
Blood of Christ, Price of our salvation, save us.
Blood of Christ, without which there is no forgiveness, save us.
Blood of Christ, Eucharistic drink and refreshment of souls, save us.
Blood of Christ, river of mercy, save us.
Blood of Christ, Victor over demons, save us.
Blood of Christ, Courage of martyrs, save us.
Blood of Christ, Strength of confessors, save us.
Blood of Christ, bringing forth virgins, save us.
Blood of Christ, Help of those in peril, save us.
Blood of Christ, Relief of the burdened, save us.
Blood of Christ, Solace in sorrow, save us.
Blood of Christ, Hope of the penitent, save us.
Blood of Christ, Consolation of the dying, save us.
Blood of Christ, Peace and Tenderness of hearts, save us.
Blood of Christ, Pledge of Eternal Life, save us.
Blood of Christ, freeing souls from Purgatory, save us.
Blood of Christ, most worthy of all glory and honor, save us.

Lamb of God, Who takest away the sins of the world,
    Spare us, O Lord.
Lamb of God, Who takest away the sins of the world,
    Graciously hear us, O Lord.
Lamb of God, Who takest away the sins of the world,
    Have mercy on us, O Lord.

V.  Thou hast redeemed us, O Lord, in Thy Blood,
R.  And made of us a kingdom for our God.

Let Us Pray

   Almighty and Eternal God, Thou hast appointed Thine only-begotten Son the Redeemer of the world, and willed to be appeased by His Blood. Grant, we beseech Thee, that we may worthily adore this Price of our salvation, and through its power be safeguarded from the evils of this present life, so that we may rejoice in its fruits forever in Heaven. Through the same Christ Our Lord. R.  Amen


January 11, 2006 message continues

Messenger:         Only by God's grace do we remain
                        in our vocation. God wants us to serve
                        Him in our vocation. We must pray for
                        the grace to do so.

                            Doing God's will can be so very
                        difficult, but we say --  


John 6: 68-69

Simon Peter answered, ‘Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the message of eternal life, and we believe; we have come to know that you are the Holy One of God.’


January 11, 2006 message continues

Messenger:         God give us the grace of healing.
                        Pour out to us your Holy Spirit --
                        Flush out any evil. God
                        flood us with your grace.
                        Jesus, spread Your precious Blood
                        upon us.

                            Impart to us grace to
                        love and serve you.

                            Take our feeble hearts
                        and mold them more into
                        the image of your Heart.


Prayer to St. Michael

St. Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle. Be our safeguard against the wickedness and snares of the devil. May God rebuke him, we humbly pray, and do thou, O prince of the heavenly hosts, by the power of God, cast into hell Satan and all the other evil spirits who prowl about the world seeking the ruin of souls. Amen.


January 11, 2006 message continues

Messenger:     God with us, help us.

                        God hear us.

                        God help us.


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December 26, 1996


This is the Mass. It is the greatest act of love given to man when God gives Himself to us. We will partake most fully in this love affair with God depending on how we give ourselves to God.

God proved His love for us when He came into this world a man, a helpless baby, when He took on flesh. In order to communicate His love to us, God the Father, sent His only Son, made-man, as a sacrifice to atone for our sins. Jesus, our Beloved, gave Himself, Body and Blood, on the cross. God communicates His love for us through His Son Jesus, made-man, a God-man.

This sacrifice is sacramentally made present today. At every moment all over the world this sacrifice continues through the hands of His priests. Jesus no longer walks the earth, but He is alive and present and giving Himself to us sacramentally in the Mass.

This is love: that the Almighty God loves us so much that He remains with us today and gives us His divine love. He shares Himself with us.

Love can be one-sided.

I can love someone and give and give and give myself and they may never return my love. They may treat me with bitterness and hatred, but I, because of my love for them, continue to love them when I am neglected, ignored, hated and forgotten. I love them when they are bitter, when they are blaming and when they are unloving because I love them-this is love.

God wants union with man. Union is higher than one-sided love. Union, oneness, only occurs when both parties are giving their all to the relationship.

God gives Himself to us. We know His gift and how He loves us by looking at the crucifix. The crucifix shows me the God-made man giving me His all, on the cross - loving me to the last drop of His blood and the last beat of His Heart.

The crucifix is a piece of wood with the replica of a man on it. It is a reminder of the greatest act of love, God-made-Man, giving Himself for me!

But to me what sends my heart into burning flames is the priest raising the consecrated Host high and seeing above the host the crucified Jesus dying on the cross. This is the greatest act of love ever given to man, Jesus, the Son of God, the Almighty, all powerful Savior, giving Himself as a sacrifice for man and He wants union with me. He wants me to give myself as a sacrifice to Him so I can be one with Him. He gives us His life, unreservedly. He holds nothing back and He wants union with me, a mere creature, a human person. Divinity wants union with me!

Think of how it is to love someone, to open up the greatest secrets of your heart, to give yourself, your all, to someone you love. Think of how it is to be so consumed with love for another that you continually tell them, I love you, I want union with you, I want to give my all to you. My greatest desire, my whole life is lived to give you love. You are in my every thought. You, I would die for. Think of feeling this loving toward another in your heart. The gift of your love is the gift of yourself to them and you give yourself completely to them. Every thought and action you have, every desire in your heart, is for love of them. And, so you present your gift to them. You say, "Here I am, I give you myself. I give you my heart. I want to give you myself completely." And how do they respond?

What if they ignore you, hate you, treat you with indifference, do not have time for you and do not care about your gift? They may say nothing and walk away.

Oh, how hurt you would feel inside! With my whole heart I wanted to give you the gift of myself, my whole self and you said nothing and walked away. I want to close up and never give myself again to anyone because when I finally opened myself so deeply to give myself, the gift of myself, I was treated as if it was nothing-my gift of self was nothing and you walked away and I felt bare and opened wide with my heart burning and on fire, wanting to unite and be one with you and you did not connect with me at all, and I was left wide open and raw. I was hurt beyond all hurts in my heart and I wanted to close up my wound and protect myself.

Jesus is a person. He is the Almighty God. He gives Himself. Our Divine Savior, gives Himself totally to us in every Mass. He gives Himself to us in the Eucharist-the greatest gift of love, God the Son, giving Himself completely to man. God, Who is love, wanting our love. He is longing, He is thirsting, He is waiting for our love. Think, that the Almighty, all powerful God, wants us so much-He wants union with us. He has remained alive in His Divinity and humanity on the earth, no less present than the day He walked the earth and he gives Himself completely to us in the Mass.

How is He received? Love is giving. Union occurs only when both parties give their all. If one person holds back, if they do not trust the other, there is not union. Oneness or union occurs according to how completely each person gives of themselves to the other.

Jesus gives Himself in the most perfect act of love to us in the Mass. He gives Himself completely. He is a Divine Person. He is Love. He is giving Himself to us and He is ignored, rejected, and treated with indifference by man.

The Divine God created us to share His divine love. We are humans, we have human capabilities. He gives to us a sharing in His divine life in Baptism. Our human nature is elevated to such heights to share in His divine life, to share in His divine love. This is the reason we were created - to love God and love one another. We are creatures of love. Only love makes us happy. Only His love satisfies us. What will feed us? We are only fed by Him. All other things we feed ourselves with do not satisfy us. Many try to satisfy the craving in the soul for God with other things: food, sex, possessive love of others.

Only God's love will satisfy us. This is how we are created-to love God and love one another according to His will. There will be peace and harmony on the earth only when men are loving God and loving one another according to His will. This will come soon in the great era of peace, promised by Our Lady at Fatima. In order to bring this about, we must give ourselves as a sacrifice to God, a sacrifice, an offering: I give myself to God just as I am, my faults and failings and my good qualities. I give God myself, all of myself-this is what He wants.

At Fatima, Mary tells us how to give ourselves to God. We are sinners, tainted by original sin. Mary is the pure, immaculate one. I am a sinner. I cannot unite in great depths to the all-holy God by myself. I must go through the pure and sinless one, in order to unite deeply to God. She is the only way to have deep union with Him. I go to her pure and immaculate, sinless heart and she places me deeply in the Heart of her Son. I have a deep union with Him because I am surrounded by her Immaculate Heart. It is there, in her pure heart, her Spouse, the Holy Spirit, dwells. It is through His permeating action He makes me more holy, to unite more deeply to God.

It makes perfect sense. God shows us the way. The Father sends His Son in the world in the womb of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the pure and sinless one. In her womb, the Christ Child is formed. God comes as a baby, the Almighty God, the Son of the Father.

In order to unite with Divinity as Jesus desires, we must go through her. He came as a baby in the womb of Mary. He is the Light of the World.

If we go through the womb of Mary as a little baby, she will bring us forth as her children of light through the permeating action of the Holy Spirit. We will become more holy and we will thus unite more to our all-holy God.

Of ourselves, in our sin, we cannot unite as we should unless we go through her Immaculate Heart.

So what do I do to have union with God? I must go through the pure and Immaculate Heart of Mary. This is the greatest act of love - God gives Himself in the Mass. In order to be united more deeply to Him, I want to offer a holy sacrifice. When I go through the pure heart of Mary, the Holy Spirit sanctifies me and makes me more holy. My union with Him is dependent upon my purity. I tell Him I am sorry for my sins and go to confession regularly. Before Mass, I consecrate my heart to Mary and Jesus and pray to the Holy Spirit. I want to be a pure, holy sacrifice. I ask for His help and her help for His grace to do this.

He gives Himself completely as a sacrifice. I give myself as perfectly as I can as a sacrifice to Him.

The Mass is the greatest act of love given-God, gives Himself to man. The greatest act we can do on this earth is to love God.

God gives Himself to me. I give myself to God. We become one. The most complete way I can give myself to God is to give myself completely to Mary, to unite as completely to her, the pure and sinless one, in her Immaculate Heart and to give myself completely to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

This is what the Mass is. It is a love affair with God. God wants love. God wants our whole selves. God wants us to caress every word spoken in the Mass as a lover would caress every word the loved one speaks to them.

The Mass is God's greatest act of love given to us. This is in no way a complete study in the Mass. The words of the Mass I long to caress and I feel them deep within my heart and my heart burns with love for Him as they are spoken. I am not a theologian, I am a housewife and teacher. My dear Lord has moved me to write about the Mass I love so much.

In the Mass, the priest says, "As we prepare to celebrate the mystery of Christ's love, let us acknowledge our failures and ask the Lord for pardon and strength."

I love this part, when he says, "…prepare to celebrate the mystery of Christ's love…"

To me this is the greatest act of love. Oh, my heart burns to share this great act of love with my Divine God. I love Him. I love Him. I love Him. and I love the Mass. It is the greatest expression of His love for us. God gives Himself to man in the Mass.

God knows that we are imperfect. To offer a holy sacrifice, to unite most deeply with Our Divine Lord, we must be most holy. The more pure we are, the more we can unite with Him. We then "…acknowledge our failures and ask for pardon and strength…" We want to be so pure so we can be one with Him and partake in the greatest degree in His love. My purity is a determining factor to this union. That is why I give myself to Mary. I go to His Heart, surrounded by her pure heart, and offer the sacrifice. The more I am one in Their Hearts, I partake more fully in His love and experience an abundant outpouring of His grace. The Mass and the sacraments are the richest sources of His grace. Grace is a gift from God. Grace is His life. He gives us a sharing of His divine life. The fountain of His grace is outpoured in the Mass. The more the priests' hearts are consecrated to the Hearts of Jesus and Mary, the more he is one with Christ, the more the grace is outpoured in the Mass.

The greatest gift is sharing in His divine life. It all comes down to grace. To know, love, and serve God, it is a grace He gives us. I want grace to flow in me so I can be one in Him. This is my greatest desire. I want grace and mercy to flow in me and in all souls. I want to be the purest sacrifice that the grace will flow in me and through me.



Come to me, Lord, and possess my soul. Come into my heart and permeate my soul. Help me to sit in silence with You and let You work in my heart.

I am Yours to possess. I am Yours to use. I want to be selfless and only exist in You. Help me to spoon out all that is me and be an empty vessel ready to be filled by You. Help me to die to myself and live only for You. Use me as You will. Let me never draw my attention back to myself. I only want to operate as You do, dwelling within me.

I am Yours, Lord. I want to have my life in You. I want to do the will of the Father. Give me the strength to put aside the world and let You operate my very being. Help me to act as You desire. Strengthen me against the distractions of the devil to take me from Your work.

When I worry, I have taken my focus off of You and placed it on myself. Help me not to give in to the promptings of others to change what in my heart You are making very clear to me. I worship You, I adore You and I love You. Come and dwell in me now.


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26 de Diciembre de 1996

Unión con Jesús

    Esto es la Misa. Es el acto de amor más grande que se le da al hombre cuando Dios se entrega a nosotros. Tomaremos parte más completamente en esta relación de amor de Dios dependiendo de cuanto nos entreguemos a él.

    Dios demostró su amor por nosotros cuando vino a este mundo un hombre, un inofensivo bebé, cuando se encarnó. Para poder comunicarnos su amor, Dios Padre, envió a su Hijo único, hecho hombre, como un sacrificio para expiar nuestros pecados. Jesús, nuestro Amado, se entregó, Cuerpo y Sangre en la cruz. Dios comunica su amor por nosotros a través de su Hijo Jesús, hecho hombre. Un Dios-hombre.

    Este sacrificio es sacramentalmente hecho presente hoy. A cada momento en todo el mundo este sacrificio continúa a través de las manos de sus sacerdotes. Jesús ya no camina más en la tierra, pero el está vivo, presente y entregándose sacramentalmente a nosotros en la Misa.

    Esto es amor: que el Dios Omnipotente nos ama tanto que permanece con nosotros hoy y nos da su amor divino. El se comparte con nosotros.

    El amor puede ser unilateral.

    Yo puedo amar a alguien y dar y dar y entregarme yo misma y quizá nunca correspondan a mi amor. Quizá me traten con odio y amargura, pero yo, por mi amor hacia ellos, sigo amándolos cuando soy rechazada, ignorada, odiada y olvidada. Los quiero cuando están amargados, cuando están reprochando y son poco cariñosos porque los amo - esto es amor.

    Dios quiere unión con el hombre. La unión es más grande que el amor unilateral. La unión, la unidad, ocurre solamente cuando ambas partes están entregando su todo a la relación.

    Dios se entrega a nosotros. Conocemos Su regalo y cuánto nos ama al ver el crucifijo. El crucifijo me muestra al Dios-hecho hombre dándome su todo, en la cruz - amándome hasta la última gota de su sangre y hasta el último latido de su Corazón.

    El crucifijo es un pedazo de madera con la réplica de un hombre sobre ésta. Es un recuerdo del acto más grande de amor, ¡Dios hecho hombre entregándose por mí!

    Pero para mí, lo que lleva mi corazón a las llamas ardientes es el sacerdote levantando en alto la Hostia consagrada y viendo sobre ésta a Jesús crucificado, muriendo en la cruz. Este es el acto de amor más grande que jamás le haya sido dado al hombre. Jesús, el Hijo de Dios, el Omnipotente, el Salvador todopoderoso, entregándose por el hombre y él quiere unión conmigo. Quiere que me entregue a él como un sacrificio para poder ser uno con él. Jesús nos da su vida, sin reservas. No se queda con nada y quiere unión conmigo, una simple criatura, una persona humana. ¡La Divinidad quiere unión conmigo!

    Piense en lo que es amar a alguien, revelar los secretos más grandiosos de su corazón y entregar su todo a alguien que usted ama. Piense en lo que es estar consumido por amor a otro y que usted continuamente le dice, te amo, quiero unirme a ti, quiero entregarme completamente a ti. Mi más grande deseo, es vivir mi vida entera para darte amor. Tu estás en cada uno de mis pensamientos. Moriría por ti. Imagínese sentirse así de amoroso en su corazón hacia otra persona. El regalo de su amor es el regalo de sí mismo y se entrega completamente a esa persona. Cada pensamiento y acción que usted tiene, cada deseo en su corazón, es por amor a esa persona. Entonces, usted le presenta su regalo. Le dice, "Aquí estoy, me entrego a ti. Te entrego mi corazón. Quiero entregarme a ti completamente." ¿Y como responden ellos?

    ¿Qué si lo ignoran, lo odian, lo tratan con indiferencia, o no tienen tiempo para usted y no les importa su regalo? Puede ser que no le digan nada y se vayan.

    ¡Oh, qué lastimado te sentirías interiormente! Con todo mi corazón yo quería darte el regalo de mí mismo, todo mi ser, pero tú no dijiste nada y te fuiste. Quiero cerrarme y nunca entregarme de nuevo a nadie, porque cuando finalmente me abrí a fondo para entregarme, el regalo de mí mismo, fui tratado como si éste no fuera nada - el regalo de mí mismo no fue nada y te fuiste y me sentí vacío, con mi corazón abierto y en llamas, queriendo unirme a ti y tú no te relacionaste conmigo en absoluto y me heriste. Mi corazón fue lastimado más allá de todo el dolor y quise cerrar mi herida y protegerme.

    Jesús es una persona. Es el Dios Todopoderoso. El se entrega a sí mismo. Nuestro Divino Salvador, se entrega totalmente a nosotros en cada Misa. Se entrega a nosotros en la Eucaristía - el regalo más grande de amor, Dios el Hijo, entregándose completamente al hombre. Dios, quién es amor, queriendo nuestro amor. El está añorando, está sediento, está esperando nuestro amor. Piensen, que el Dios omnipotente, todopoderoso, nos quiere tanto - El quiere unión con nosotros. El ha permanecido vivo en su Divinidad y humanidad en la tierra, no menos presente que cuando caminó sobre la tierra y se entrega completamente a nosotros en la Misa.

    ¿Cómo es recibido Jesús? El amor es dar. La unión ocurre sólo cuando las dos partes lo entregan todo. Si una persona se resiste, si no se tienen confianza mutuamente, no hay unión. La unidad o la unión ocurre de acuerdo a qué tan completamente cada persona de de sí mismo a la otra.

    Jesús se entrega a nosotros en el acto de amor más perfecto, en la Misa. Se entrega completamente. Es una Persona Divina. El es amor. Se está entregando a nosotros y es ignorado, rechazado y tratado con indiferencia por el hombre.

    El Dios Divino nos creó para compartir Su amor divino. Nosotros somos humanos, tenemos capacidades humanas. En el bautismo él nos hace partícipes en su vida divina. Nuestra naturaleza humana es elevada a semejantes alturas para participar en su vida divina, para compartir de su amor divino. Esta es la razón para la que fuimos creados - para amar a Dios y para amarnos los unos a los otros. Somos criaturas de amor. Sólo el amor nos hace felices. Sólo su amor nos satisface. ¿Qué nos alimentará? Nosotros somos alimentados solamente por él. Todas las otras cosas con las cuales nos alimentamos no nos satisfacen. Muchos tratan de satisfacer el anhelo de Dios que hay en su alma con otras cosas: comida, sexo, o el amor posesivo hacia los demás.

    Solamente el amor de Dios nos satisfacerá. Así fuimos creados, para amar a Dios y al prójimo de acuerdo a su voluntad. Habrá paz y armonía en la tierra sólo cuando los hombres estén amando a Dios y amando al prójimo de acuerdo a la voluntad de Dios. Esto vendrá pronto, en la gran era de paz, prometida por Nuestra Señora en Fátima. Para dar lugar a esto, debemos entregarnos como un sacrificio a Dios, un sacrificio, una ofrenda: Yo me entrego a Dios como soy, con mis errores y mis faltas y mis buenas cualidades. Yo me entrego a Dios con todo mi ser - esto es lo que él quiere.

    En Fátima, María nos dice como entregarnos a Dios. Somos pecadores, manchados por el pecado original. María es la única pura e inmaculada. Yo soy una pecadora. No puedo unirme en grandes profundidades con el santísimo Dios por mí misma. Tengo que ir a través de la única que es pura e inmaculada, para poder unirme profundamente con Dios. Ella es el único camino para tener una profunda unión con Dios. Yo voy a su corazón puro, inmaculado y sin pecado y ella me coloca profundamente en el Corazón de su Hijo. Yo tengo una profunda unión con Jesús porque estoy rodeada por el Inmaculado Corazón de María. Es ahí, en su corazón puro, que su Esposo, el Espíritu Santo, permanece. A través de su penetrante acción él me hace más santa, para unirme más profundamente a Dios.

    Todo ésto tiene un sentido perfecto. Dios nos enseña el camino. El Padre envía a su Hijo al mundo en el vientre de la Bendita Virgen María, la única pura e inmaculada. El Niño Cristo se formó en su vientre. Dios viene como un bebé, el Dios Todopoderoso, el Hijo del Padre.

    Para unirme con la Divinidad como Jesús lo desea, debemos ir por medio de ella. Jesús vino como un bebé en el vientre de María. El es la Luz del Mundo.

    Si nosotros vamos por medio del vientre de María como un pequeño bebé, ella nos dará a luz como sus hijos de la luz a través de la penetrante acción del Espíritu Santo. Nos haremos más santos y así nos uniremos más a nuestro Santísimo Dios.

    Nosotros por sí mismos, en nuestro pecado, no podemos unirnos como deberíamos a menos que vayamos por medio del Inmaculado Corazón de María.

    ¿Entonces qué hago para tener unión con Dios? Tengo que ir por medio del Corazón puro e Inmaculado de María. Este es el acto más grande de amor - Dios se entrega en la Misa. Para estar más profundamente unida a él, yo quiero ofrecer un sacrificio santo. Cuando voy a través del corazón puro de María, el Espíritu Santo me santifica más. Mi unión con él depende de mi pureza. Yo le digo que lo siento por mis pecados y voy a la confesión regularmente. Antes de Misa, consagro mi Corazón a María y a Jesús y le rezo al Espíritu Santo. Quiero ser un sacrificio puro y santo. Pido la ayuda de Jesús y María y su gracia para hacer esto.

    Jesús se entrega completamente como un sacrificio. Yo me entrego lo más perfectamente que puedo como un sacrificio a él.

    La Misa es el acto más grande de amor que se ha dado -- Dios, se entrega al hombre. El acto más grande que podemos hacer en esta tierra es amar a Dios.

    Dios se entrega a mí. Yo me entrego a Dios. Nos hacemos uno. La manera más completa de entregarme a Dios es entregándome enteramente a María, unirme lo más enteramente a ella, la única pura y sin pecado, en su Inmaculado Corazón y entregarme enteramente al Sagrado Corazón de Jesús.

    Esto es la Misa. Es una relación de amor con Dios. Dios quiere amor. Dios quiere todo nuestro ser. Dios quiere que acariciemos cada palabra dicha en la Misa como si una enamorada acariciara cada palabra que su amado le dice.

    La Misa es el acto más grande de amor que Dios nos ha dado. Esto de ninguna manera es un estudio completo de la Misa. Yo anhelo acariciar las palabras de la Misa y las siento profundamente en mi corazón y éste arde de amor por Jesús al ser dichas. Yo no soy Teóloga, soy ama de casa y maestra. Mi querido Señor me ha conmovido a escribir acerca de la Misa que tanto amo.

    En Misa, el sacerdote dice, "Preparémonos para celebrar el misterio del amor de Cristo, reconozcamos nuestros pecados y pidamos perdón y fortaleza"

    Amo esta parte, cuando el sacerdote dice, "preparémonos para celebrar el misterio del amor de CristoŠ."

    Para mí este es el acto más grande de amor. Oh, mi corazón arde por compartir este gran acto de amor con mi Dios Divino. Lo amo. Lo amo. Lo amo. Y amo la Misa. Es la expresión más grande de su amor por nosotros. Dios se entrega al hombre en la Misa.

    Dios sabe que somos imperfectos. Para ofrecer un sacrificio santo, para unirnos lo más profundamente con Nuestro Divino Señor, debemos ser muy santos. Cuanto más puros seamos, más podremos unirnos a él. Entonces nosotros "... reconozcamos nuestros pecados y pidamos perdón y fortaleza..." Queremos ser muy puros para poder ser uno con él y participar en mayor grado en su amor. Mi pureza es un factor determinante para esta unión. Por eso me entrego a María. Yo voy al Corazón de Jesús, rodeada del corazón puro de María, y ofrezco el sacrificio. Cuanto más sea uno en sus Corazones, participo más completamente de su amor y experimento su gracia derramarse abundantemente. La Misa y los sacramentos son la fuente más rica de su gracia. La gracia es un regalo de Dios. La gracia es la vida de Dios. El nos da una participación en su vida divina. La fuente de su gracia es derramada en la Misa. Cuanto más consagrados estén los corazones de los sacerdotes a los Corazones de Jesús y María, cuanto más sea él uno con Cristo, más gracia es derramada en la Misa.

    El mayor regalo es participar en la vida divina de Dios. El punto final es la gracia. El conocer, amar y servir a Dios, es una gracia que él nos da. Yo quiero que la gracia fluya en mí para poder ser uno con él. Este es mi más grande deseo. Yo quiero que la gracia y la misericordia fluyan en mí y en todas las almas. Quiero ser el sacrificio más puro para que la gracia fluya en mí y a través de mí.


Oración Para Unión con Jesús

    Ven a mí, Señor, y toma posesión de mi alma. Ven a mi corazón y empapa mi alma. Ayúdame a sentarme en silencio y permitirte que actúes en mi corazón.

Yo soy tuyo para que tomes posesión de mí. Soy tuyo para que te valgas de mí. Quiero ser generoso y existir sólo en ti. Ayúdame a vaciar todo lo que soy, y a convertirme en una vasija vacía, lista para ser llenada por ti. Ayúdame a morir a mí mismo, y vivir sólo para ti. Utilízame según tus deseos. No permitas que mi atención vuelva a posarse en mí. Solamente deseo actuar como tú lo haces, haciendo morada en mí.

Yo soy tuyo, Señor. Quiero que mi vida esté en ti. Quiero cumplir la voluntad del Padre. Dame la fuerza para hacer a un lado este mundo, y dejar que tú manejes lo más infinito de mi ser. Ayúdame a actuar según tus deseos. Fortaléceme contra las distracciones del demonio que tratan de apartarme de tu obra.

Cuando estoy preocupado, es porque he puesto mi atención fuera de ti, y la he colocado sobre mí. Ayúdame a no entregarme a las insinuaciones de otros que traten de cambiar lo que en mi corazón tu estás aconsejandome con claridad. Yo te alabo, te adoro y te amo. Ven vive ya en mí.



Call Morrow 


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