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Wednesday, March 30, 2011

April 7, 2011

Wednesday, March 30, 2011:
Jesus said: “My people, I set before you the Two Great Commandments. You must love the Lord your God with your whole mind, heart, and soul, and you must love your neighbor as yourself. These are the laws of love that I have brought to fulfilment. I love all peoples so much that I brought the Kingdom of God to the earth by My Presence. I have offered up My life as a supreme sacrifice for the ransom of all the souls of humanity. I am with you all days in My Blessed Sacrament until the end of time. In this vision you see how the Old and New Testament are joined as one. I want My people to love everyone, even your enemies who persecute you because every person is made to My image and likeness. When you come to Me in judgment, I will ask you if your loved Me because I am present through the Holy Spirit in every person. If you fed, clothed, and housed the least of My people, then you did this for Me in them. But if you refused to help the least of My little ones, then you refused to help Me in them. I will judge you by your actions of love for Me and your love for your neighbor.”

Mary said: “My dear children, you have heard my Son say to you to ask the harvest master to send more workers into the vineyard. Both the priests and the nuns are in need of new entries into their orders. It is important to provide fertile ground for new vocations to this Carmelite Order. There indeed are many distractions to draw people away from the religious life. You need prayer and fasting for these intentions. You also need a means to invite people to see what this life is all about so they can have the time to see if this life is their calling. Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament is the best environment for vocations, but even this requires faithful people to support. Passing out literature at the churches may also help the people to think more of religious vocations. Do not be discouraged in seeking vocations, but trust in heaven’s help from my Son to help you.”

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