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Festivity of Saint Juan Diego

The instrument: The Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of our Mother is accompanied by Saint Juan Diego. Our Lady says:

Dear children, I wish you to pray. I invite you to a life of prayer, of deep prayer, of unceasing prayer, of humble prayer. Little ones, the prayer of the humble is the prayer that God hears. The prayer of the humble is the prayer that pleases my Son. The prayer of the humble does not impose on God what he should do and when. Humble prayer only surrenders everything to Divine Providence and trusts that, in due time, God will act.

The humble one trusts. The humble one obeys. The humble one works, prays and keeps silent. The humble person recognizes the Treasure hidden in silence. The humble love silence because they know that in silence they can listen.

I invite you to imitate the example of my servant Juan Diego, who in his simplicity strove to obey me and fulfill God’s wishes. Ask his intercession, follow his example, be docile to listening and to the practice of the Word and my Calls.

Little ones, many of my children are going astray, going astray by following the prophets who do not come from God. It is true that there are many prophets, but the prophets of Heaven are very few and can be counted on the fingers of one hand. But they have not yet understood that “this” is the epilogue, the compendium, the summary and the review of the authentic Messages of God. And if they do not understand, why do they wait? Be ready to pray so that you can understand what I am teaching you.

And you, my little messenger, besides the Grace of the Incarnation of our Two Hearts in yours, mystically three thorns of the Crown of my Son will accompany you, and so, with this sorrow, also you will receive more graces.

I invite you to have peace in your Heart and not to mix any more so much noise in your interior that moves you away from my Son. I give you my Maternal Blessing, in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.

Hail Mary Most Pure conceived without original sin.


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