The spiritual weapons of Mary

As we know over the centuries our Blessed Mother has always provided us of what we need in the constant battle of good and evil (the Holy Rosary, Scapulars, Miraculous Medal, etc).  The countless true stories of healing and protection for example are in itself a testament of its efficacy.

In this last mission to save souls, yes – the last, the Blessed Trinity and the Blessed Mother have given us the last means to fight the adversary (ie the Holy Rosary, Divine Mercy Chaplet, Crusade Prayers, the Seal of Protection, and the Medal of Salvation). Being the last would define we are in the end time and that we are fighting the ultimate war against the principalities, against powers and against Satan himself being the chief prince of the underworld.

Whilst all the weapons are supernaturally effective in its own right, on this occasion I would like to focus on the Medal of Salvation – the last medal for the end times and why it was given to us.

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As we know from the very beginning God has sanctioned that the Blessed Mother will crush the head of satan (Gen 3).  The Blessed Mother is the conqueress of all heresy. She is the one that has to conquer modernism, the synthesis of all heresy. You only have to look at the state of the world and of the Church to understand where things are at.  To deny and say we are in a healthy state is irresponsible to say the least.

The Medal of Salvation to those who wear in these times promises:

  •  “the gift of conversion and salvation” (BOT, 18 July 2013; 14 Sept 2013)
  • “they will be shown mercy by my Son.” (BOT, 23 Aug 2013)
  • “will be given an extraordinary gift. Soon afterwards, God will instil in them a Grace, an insight into their own helplessness and an awareness of God’s Almighty Love.” (BOT,  7 Jan 2014)
  • “this final Medal, through the Mercy of God, will draw billions of souls towards Eternal Life…  many miracles will be associated with it. ” (BOT, 7 Jan 2014; 25 March 2014)
  • “the Medal of Salvation – more powerful than any other – will be your defense against the lure of the antichrist.” (BOT, 20 Feb 2014 ;  7 Feb 2014)
  • “the Seal of the Living God will protect you against the mark of the beast and the Medal of Salvation against the HERESY, which will tumble out of the mouths of My enemies, who will seize My Church on Earth.” (BOT, 5 May 2014).

Excerpts of the messages in here:   Medal of Salvation

 

That One Hour…

That great homily of our priest on Maundy Thursday has never escaped my mind. There was so much depth and how I wished I recorded it.  I saw there was a link to a message in the Book of Truth and the role we play (that in a minute).

‘The hour has come’ denoting something ominous was soon to happen.  That hour where Judas was to betray Jesus that Thursday night, the night before His Crucifixion.

As the evening began, after Jesus and His disciples had celebrated the Passover, they came to the garden. At some point, Jesus took three of them—Peter, James and John— to a place separated from the rest.  He asked them to stay with Him. “My soul is deeply grieved, to the point of death; remain here and keep watch with Me” (Matthew 26:38). He then went a little farther, fell to His face, and, in agony, asked God to find another way. His sweat fell like drops of blood; God sent an angel to comfort Him. We cannot know the depths of Jesus’ sorrow at this time. While Jesus wept in anguish, Peter, James, and John fell asleep. Jesus returned to the three and woke them up. “So, you men could not keep watch with Me for one hour? Keep watching and praying, that you may not enter into temptation; the spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak” (Matthew 26:40-41). But perhaps filled with good food and wearied from an emotional night the disciples fell asleep again. This was especially poignant because Peter did indeed fall into temptation later that very night when three times he denied even knowing Jesus.

Two things I would like to point out here:

  • The Hour – to mean something horrible was to happen, Jesus asked His three close disciples to spend an hour that they may not enter into temptation.  To spend an hour in prayer is to fortify us. It is also to avert or mitigate evil or destruction. That is why we spend an hour in Eucharistic Adoration.  This reminds me of a press release in 2017 where an increase in Adoration chapels in Mexico are reportedly leading to a stunning decline in crime rates.

In the Book of Truth, message 1213 , Jesus says “Spend at least one hour a day in prayer so that the impact of such trials may be reduced and, in some cases, eradicated.”   Message 892 “those of you who pray My Crusade Prayers diligently, know that I bring relief to the world from the snares of the devil.  The old serpent falls and stumbles losing much power when you strive to say My Crusade Prayers, daily. And while the times of great trials continue, your prayers will create many setbacks in the plans created by Masonic powers in the world, which are designed to create havoc in order to control the weak and vulnerable. Just one Crusade Prayer, said from the heart, is enough for Me to destroy the power of arrogant political leaders, who do not have a conscience.”

  • The second point I would like to draw your attention to is the angel who provides comfort to Jesus as he agonises and sweats blood (caused by extreme anguish that pores burst). angel consoling Jesus

The 19th Century nun and mystic Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich describes Jesus’ grief in harrowing detail in the book The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ. In her visions we see Jesus overwhelmed by visions of humanity’s sins (2,000+ years worth of sins and all kinds of it till the end), as well by as the ingratitude of so many of those for whom He would be crucified!   According to Sister Emmerich “angels presented to him all the bands of saints of future ages, who, joining their labors to the merits of his Passion, were, through him, to be united to his Heavenly Father. Most beautiful and consoling was this vision, in which he beheld the salvation and sanctification flowing forth in ceaseless streams from the fountain of redemption opened by his death… The army of the future saints passed before the soul of our Lord… This most affecting and consoling spectacle bestowed a degree of strength and comfort upon the soul of Jesus.”

I surely would like to believe that the ‘army of future saints’ not only included the past saints, martyrs, popes and other holy people but also include all the faithful and the Remnant Army in the end times that brought consolation to Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane.

We are an Easter people, we fight, we hope and we pray.  Happy Easter!

God bless.

 

 

 

Thinking of Ireland on St Patrick’s Day

Ireland came to mind as we celebrated on the 17th of March,  the Feast of St Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland.  He wasn’t Irish but he brought conversion to Ireland. It was a one man job. We need his zeal, his patience and courage.  St Patrick, pray for us!

Still on Ireland, I went back to my notes of last year, October 2017 when Joseph (Maria’s representative) visited Sydney, and noticed how hurriedly there were taken – mostly in shorthand, grasping every word I can as Joseph was giving a mind blowing analysis of the image of Knock, the apparition that took place in 1879 and witnessed by local villagers at that time.  It lasted for approximately three hours or so with no words spoken.  There stood the Blessed Virgin, St Joseph, St John the Evangelist and an altar with a lamb and a cross on it. Flying around the altar were several angels.

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The Analysis 

If you search through internet many sites will tell you its story and interpretation of the apparition.  But the image on the apparition of Knock, Joseph believes, is a prophetic image of the end time and here’s why:

a)   It is at this Church where Maria got her first call to the Mission.

b)  On the left hand side is St Joseph, the patriarch of the Church, is seen bowing in prayer –  praying for the Church as it goes through its crucifixion, and as patron saint of the Family, is interceding for us at this time when the definition of family is much under attack with same sex marriage on the rise and the threat of abortion.

c) St John the Evangelist with a book and appears to be preaching.   In the end time, the Gospels (the Truth) will be proclaimed to the ends of the earth with the Remnant Army taking charge. Could that book perhaps also be the Book of Revelation?

d) The Blessed Mother – the image of the Blessed Mother as you can see appears the tallest and wears a crown.  As ordained by God, she will crush the head of satan.

e)  The Lamb – It is Jesus, the Lamb that overcame the world. It is the Lamb mentioned in Revelation Chapter 5 that is worthy to open the Seals.  It is also the Lamb (the Blessed Sacrament on the Altar) that would be the ultimate attack of the enemy in the end time.

My 2 cents:  There is a lot to take in in this image but it brings hope. God gave us the Book of Truth as He promised and it is no coincidence that the last messenger, the end time prophet of God is from that side of the planet!   If this analysis is correct, then we surely are in the right place and in the right time, and we should all the more devout our time, our energy, our last breathe in fighting for the Mission – the mission to save souls.  I believe they all tie up together.