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June 20 2017

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Tuesday June 20, 2017

We prayed The Joyful Mystery this evening

In the middle of the 3rd decade

Our Blessed Mother as " Our Lady of All Nations " spoke    

Michael said: I bow down only to Jesus Christ. 

BLESSED MOTHER REPLIED:  MY SON YOUR LORD AND SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST LOVES AND PROTECTS YOU.   

-now over the picture of The Sacred Heart St Padre Pio has appeared and he is celebrating mass. 

-and now on the wall is a very large brown cross and at the bottom of the cross I see a very large brown anchor.  

-And now The Holy Spirit has appeared as a Dove and It’s coming from the wall and it’s going around the room and is going through everyone’s heart.  And I am told – It’s going through everyone’s heart who’s listening now at this time on the You Tube.

 Now once again I see … 

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A Reflection From Lisa S

I think sometimes we forget who Jesus is, especially when we sin. We feel ourselves so unworthy to approach Him, which in human standards makes sense. When family and friends come over do we not clean up the house to make it appear organized and perfect? Is that not sometimes how we approach God? We must be perfect before Him, then we can receive His love. But oh how the very opposite is true!
God wants us, all of us. He wants our shame, our brokenness, our sin. He wants every part of us that we feel is unlovable. It is there that Christ proves His love for us, that He loves our unlovableness. This is the very grace of the sacrament of Reconciliation! It is where we come before Jesus, broken yet again, and He says,"I'll have ALL of you." 

It is there that we find our identity again, as we kiss the feet of Him who chose not to condemn us (John 8) but who took the condemnation Himself. So yes, my friend, He will have ALL of you, every last bit of you, because where sin abounds, grace abounds all the more (Romans 5:20).

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