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    A Gem of Blessed Mother's Prayer For Anyone - from the Notebook of 1944

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    A Gem of Blessed Mother's Prayer For Anyone - from the Notebook of 1944

    Post by Poem on Tue Sep 01, 2009 8:01 pm


    Page 156, 1944, February 14

    "Our Most Tender Mother, reveal to us the secrets of Your Immaculate Heart. Make one of Your very sweet, pure rays penetrate into our hearts and transform them and prepare them for the divine visits of the Holy Spirit"

    "Yes, Mother of Jesus and my Mother, reveal to me the secrets of your Heart and prepare mine with your light."

    Explanation:

    "When asking the Holy Mother this, She responds, Yes, to pierce your heart with a ray of charity to make you capable of comprehending the Voice of Jesus, Her Son, and the lights of the Divine Spirit."

    "For without the lights of the Paraclete, darkness and silence remain in hearts. It is always the Spirit, whose Bride She Is, who makes you comprehend the Truth and sanctifies you for God. The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit must be in your hearts in order for you to comprehend the secrets of God in his threefold manifestations as Power, Redemption, and Love. The Father is always present in His true children with His Goodness; the Son, with His Doctrine; and the Spirit, with His Light, for He is never absent where there is sanctification, and the word of My Jesus is sanctification permitted by the will of the Father, who loves you."



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    Re: A Gem of Blessed Mother's Prayer For Anyone - from the Notebook of 1944

    Post by Poem on Thu Jul 28, 2011 1:36 am



    Mary's Spouse, From Book 5

    And then the Light, the Fire, the Holy Spirit enters, with a last melodious loud noise, in the form of a very shining burning globe, into the closed room, without any door or window being moved, and remains hovering for a minute over Mary's head, about three palms above Her head, which is now uncovered, because Mary, upon seeing the Fire Paraclete, has raised Her arms to invoke Him and has thrown Her head back with a cry of joy, with a smile of boundless love. And, after that moment in which all the Fire of the Holy Spirit, all the Love, is collected in His Spouse, the Most Holy Globe splits into thirteen canorous very bright flames, of so bright a light that no earthy comparison can describe, and it descends to kiss the forehead of each apostle.

    But the flame that descends upon Mary is not a tongue of a straight flame on Her forehead that it kisses, but it is a crown that embraces and encircles the virginal head like a wreath, crowning as Queen the Daughter, the Mother, the Spouse of God, the Incorruptible Virgin, the Wholly Beautiful, the Eternally Loved, the Eternally Maiden Whom nothing can humiliate, and in nothing, Whom sorrow had aged but Who has revived in the joy of the Resurrection, sharing with Her Son an accentuation of beauty and freshness of bodies, of looks, of vitality… having already an advance of the beauty of Her glorious Body received into Heaven to be the flower of Paradise.

    The Holy Spirit makes His flames shine round the head of His Beloved. Which words does He speak to Her? Mystery! Her blessed face is transfigured with supernatural joy and smiles with the smiles of Seraphim, while blissful tears shine like diamonds on the cheeks of the Blessed Virgin, struck as they are by the Light of the Holy Spirit.

    The Fire remains so for some time… Then it vanishes… In memory of its descent there remains a fragrance that no earthly flower can exhale… The Perfume of Paradise…

    Peace be with you always


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