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November 25, 2006

November 26th Holy Spirit Novena
Scripture selection is Day 6 Period  I.

The Novena Rosary Mysteries  
for November 26th are Glorious.

         

From God's Blue Book 6 part A

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Excerpt from the Introduction of Blue Book 6:

I drew the picture in the notebook.

It looks as follows:

vision
when at Mass at the Cathedral of Saint Peter in Chains

The face was flesh colored, but I could not see the features. The gown was white with a square neck.

This vision along with another vision I had received about the same time appeared on the 17th book in January 1995.

The other vision was a church that looked similar to our church in China, Indiana, and in the front of the church was a gigantic Host with tremendous light coming forth from it.

On the cover was a Shepherd and the world.

The vision of the church looked like this:

vision

There was a message at this meeting. The message said that THE POWER is in the Eucharist.

 

From  the Blue Book Rosary 1/22/2006. 
Jesus told me to send this / Jesus and Mary appeared 11 years ago.

 Jesus:  It is in this surrender lies your peace and your joy, for nothing on the face of this earth matters if your soul does not get to Heaven with Me. I came and gave My life so that You can be with Me in Heaven. And I would give My life this day for you, My child. I love you with a burning love. I give Myself to you out of greatest love. Trust in Me! Open up your hearts! Turn everything over to Me! Surrender! Relax! Love! Be with Me!

Song after last decade:  A Song from Jesus

This rosary was prayed in the Holy Spirit Chapel. Jesus and Mary appeared. Rita said that she saw a ray of light go forth from a candle to the tabernacle.

 

 

January 20, 1995

Feast of Sts. Fabian and Sebastian

Sorrowful Mysteries

 

The Agony in the Garden

1.  R.  Be there with Jesus in the garden in the dark night as He, in such agony, sees before Him all the sufferings He is about to undergo.

2.  R.  Jesus saw before Him every wound, all the pushing, every single thing that they did to Him, and He agreed to go through everything that He would now endure.

3.  Song:  I Love You Jesus

4.  R.  But His greatest agonies were those agonies that He suffered to His Most Sacred Heart.

5.  R.  For the love that He has for each and every soul and how they treat Him with such indifference and such neglect. How it wounded His Heart to the point where He sweat blood.

6.  R.  We in our human mind cannot even comprehend the smallest amount of the love that He has for us.

7.  Luke 22: 44-45

In his anguish he prayed even more earnestly, and his sweat fell to the ground like great drops of blood. When he rose from prayer he went to the disciples and found them sleeping for sheer grief.

8.  R.  Jesus gives to us Divine Love.

9.  R.  This is what our souls crave, this Divine Love that Jesus imparts to us.

10.  R.  How great were the wounds to His Heart for all the souls that would reject Jesus' Divine Love that He wants to give so freely.

Song between decades:  A Song from Jesus

  

The Scourging at the Pillar

1.  R.  They seized Jesus, they hit Him, and they led Him away as a common criminal.

2.  R.  They tied Jesus to the pillar.

3.  R.  Several men with the angriest hearts beat Jesus to their own exhaustion.

4.  R.  Jesus' once unblemished back was now covered with deep wounds.

5.  R.  They gave Jesus so many blows to His Head and all parts to His body as Jesus, tied to the pillar, took all of this for love of us.

6.  R.  Who were these men who beat Jesus so cruelly?

7.  R.  They were the very souls that Jesus loved so much.

8.  R.  We do not understand the Divine mind. We do not understand how Jesus loves each soul so uniquely and how He suffered for the neglect, the hatred, the anger, the sins of each and every soul with His Heart filled with such immense love for each one of these who treated Him so cruelly.

9.  R.  And Jesus calls out to us this day to come and have a relationship with Him. To know Jesus' love so that we can go to the highways and byways; so that we will be the Apostles of His Most Sacred Heart to spread this Love throughout the world.

10.  R.  Jesus showed us how to love. He loved those who persecuted Him. How hard it is this day to love when the world is so cold, when men's hearts are so focused on self, when they are angry in heart and they feel that they have been violated when no one indeed has even violated them. And Jesus comes to us this day and He says:  

Jesus:  Love all men. Love them that you would give your life for them. I call out to you to spread My love to this world. If you do not love, I cannot love this world expect through you. Be My apostles to spread My love by loving all men. They are your brothers - each and every soul - so precious, so dear to Me.

Song between decades:  A Song from Jesus

    

The Head of Jesus is Crowned with Thorns

1.  R.  They clothed Jesus in a dirty purple robe, they gave Him a scepter and into His Most Sacred Head, they pounded sharp piercing thorns that pierced His skull and made Him bleed.

2.  R.  How we care when we get a little cut. But do we realize that they pounded into His head thorns that were deep and the blood came from His head down His face and into His eyes and His ears, the Most Precious Blood that paid the price for our salvation.

3.  R.  These very souls, each soul that He loved so dearly, spit on Him and hit Him. Think of how it is when you love someone so much and they talk cruelly to you. But we do not understand the Divine Love, the infinite love of His Heart. But even with this infinite love that He had, these men persecuted Him and Jesus suffered so much to His Most Sacred Heart.

4.  R.  Jesus' Heart, immense with love for all suffered for the love of each and every soul.

5.  Jesus:  I call out to you this day, My children. Do you know that I suffered for you, that I truly was whipped at the pillar, that I was crowned with thorns, that I sat while they spit and persecuted Me. Think of this! I truly underwent this. I love you so dearly. I call out to you to come for the love that I have to give you, the Love that I give.

6.  Jesus:  I gave My life for you. I give Myself to you this day. I remain with you in every Tabernacle in this world and wait for you to come for My love.

7.  Jesus:  As I suffered for the sins of this world, I was comforted by the acts of love that you give to Me this day. I long, I thirst, I wait for your love. I love you with the most tender Heart. I want you to come and to be with Me, to share My Divine Love I outpour to you abundantly in the Eucharist.

8.  Jesus:  Does anything compare to this sharing in My life and My Divine love given so abundantly?

R.  Anything that is here on this earth is so small compared to the Divine love that Jesus has to give us if we come to Him. The Father, Son and Holy Spirit dwell within a baptized soul in the state of grace.

9.  R. Jesus comes with a Heart of love. Will we come for the love that He has to give?

10.  R.  Will we be the apostles in this cold world to spread this warm, burning, infinite, Divine love that He has, that He gives to us and radiates from us when we are united with Him?

Song between decades:  A Song from Jesus

  

Jesus Carries His Cross

1.  R.  The Father sent His only Son into this world, He died for our salvation.

2.  Jesus:  Do you know that I am here this day the same as the day that I carried My cross, that I am with you and in your midst. I am truly present in the Eucharist in My Divinity and humanity. How it wounded My Heart in My Passion for all those who receive Me in the Eucharist and walk away without a thought for the God that is inside of them. I gift you. I outpour My grace and how lightly you take this gift. My precious ones, I love you so.

3.  R.  Jesus carried His cross, heavily laden with the sins of the world as it bumped along, as His Mother watched, as His Mother heard the cross. He carried this cross and He never gave it up. He collapsed under the cross. 

4.  R.  Jesus asks us to carry the crosses that we are given this day. It is in these crosses that we are drawn to new life in Him.

5.  R.  As Jesus died and rose to new life, as we suffer, if we cooperate with the sufferings that He has allowed us to experience, we can get great grace and know more His Divine love.

6.  R.  The reality is that this is God's world. Our every breath and our every heartbeat depend on God.

7.  R.  Heaven is real. Purgatory is real. There are angels and saints. And we do not see with the eyes of God because we do not go to the Holy Spirit and ask for this Godly vision. 

8.  Jesus:  Accept all of your suffering. Accept all of those things that I allow to happen to you this day. Doing the Father's Will -- you will be the happiest.

9.  R.  Anything that does not lead you to God, does not lead you to happiness.

10.  R.  Live in the Divine Will. It is that which will lead you to the greatest happiness. When each and every soul is living in the Will of the Father, this world will be a happy place.

Jesus:  I outpour to you in abundance My Divine Love and My grace and you in your willful ways go after such foolish things when the Son of God is with you this day and in your midst waiting for you to come and to receive His grace and His love.

Song between decades:  A Song from Jesus

 

Jesus is Crucified and Dies on the Cross

1.  R.  Jesus was battered, bruised and bloodied. He carried His cross to the hill and there at the hill, were all the instruments that were to be used to put our Beloved Savior to His death.

2.  R.  Mary watched as they nailed His Most Precious Hands and Feet to the cross.

3.  R.  High on a hill they raised the cross and He hung, His arms outstretched. He had given His all. He gave His Blood. His Body was battered. And He hung, the Son of God! The Savior of the world hung to save us that we might inherit eternal salvation. This is the love that He has for us, that He truly gave His life because He loved us so much.

4.  R.  And Jesus says over and over (I hear Him say):

Jesus:  I gave Myself, I gave My Life for you! What more do you want to know? I love you! I tell you so.

5.  R.  And Jesus says:

Jesus:  I give Myself to you this day in the Eucharist and you take it so lightly, and I love so much. I Love. I wait. I long for you to come.

6.  R.  Jesus hung for three agonizing hours on the cross. His Mother at the foot of the cross held up by her beloved John. The love that Mary had and Jesus had for each one of us, this immense love that They suffered: Jesus to His death on the cross...His Mother, always by His side!

7.  R.  Mary conceived her child in her womb. She watched Him grow and the culmination of this as she now stands under the cross as He hangs, to His very death. And she comes to us this day and she says:

Mary:  To know the love of My Son that He gave His very life for you. And He calls out to you this day to spread this love that He has for you to this world. For it is only through you that this world will know His Love.

8.  R.  See through her eyes the love He has for us.

Song:  See the Eyes that Look at Mary

9.  R.  And they took Him down from the cross and they laid Him in His Mother's arms.

10.  R.  And the prophecy of Simeon that said: And a sword, too, shall pierce your Heart, O Mary. And Jesus' Heart was pierced with a lance through to the other side.

How deep were the wounds that He suffered. How deep is the love that He has and suffered to His Most Sacred Heart because He loves each and every soul so dearly.

Song after last decade:  A Song from Jesus

 

The Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary

1.  The Prophecy of Simeon.   R.  Simeon tells Mary and Joseph of the sufferings that Jesus and Mary will undergo. From that point on whenever Mary looked at her Beloved Son, she knew He would undergo suffering. And a sword, too, shall pierce your Heart O Mary!

  

2.  The Flight into Egypt.   R.  In the night, Mary and Joseph are forced to flee with the child Jesus. And a sword, too, shall pierce your Heart O Mary!

  

3.  The Loss of the Child Jesus in the Temple.   R.  How they searched for the child Jesus when He was lost in the temple. And a sword, too, shall pierce your Heart O Mary!

  

4.  And the Eyes of Jesus and Mary Meet on the Way to Calvary.   R.  And They peer into each other's eyes. The sharing of the love of the Two Hearts! The whole life that she knew Jesus. The whole life that He knew His Beloved Mother. And now she peers into His eyes and sees His face covered with blood, His body covered with wounds, with a heavy cross on His back. In that look, intimacy of the Two Hearts, the love between Jesus and Mary. The love of these Two Hearts that will lead us to such union with the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. And a sword, too, shall pierce your Heart O Mary!

  

 

5.  Jesus Dies on the Cross.  R.  And a sword, too, shall pierce your Heart O Mary!

  

6.  Mary receives the lifeless body of her Son in her arms under the cross.  R.  The child that she once held, now she holds Him totally lifeless. The sorrow in her Heart so immense that no words could ever say. Her Heart torn so deeply in her chest. To hold her Beloved Son in such a state. And her tears as she weeps drips on her Son, His lifeless body. And a sword, too, shall pierce your Heart O Mary!

  

7.  Jesus is Locked in the Tomb.   R.  And His Mother weeps outside bitterly as they roll the stone up to the tomb. And a sword, too, shall pierce your Heart O Mary!

 

Mary and Jesus appeared to Me. This rosary was prayed just prior to the Friday evening Prayer Meeting. Many people were present.

 

 

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