Tuesday, February 11, 2020

February 12, 2020

Tuesday, February 11, 2020: (Our Lady of Lourdes, France)
The Blessed Mother said: “My dear children, these little miracles that you experienced at my shrine in Lourdes, France, was my gift to you for believing in the messages given to Bernadette Soubirous. It was confirmed that I truly was immaculately conceived without original sin because I was to carry my Son for nine months. This is why one of my titles is ‘Ark of the Covenant’. The Gospel reading of the Marriage at Cana has many meanings for you today. It confirms the proper way of being married in the Church to have children. It was also the time that I told my Son that they had no more wine. I told the servants to ‘Do Whatever He Tells You’. Then my Son had the servants fill six large jars with water, and they took some to the head waiter. He remarked how they saved the best wine until now. This was my Son’s first miracle. This is fitting because the water of Lourdes has healing properties. This also refers to the Mass when the words of the priest consecrates the bread and wine into my Son’s Body and Blood. You have this miracle of transubstantiation at every Mass. Give praise and thanks to my Son who performs many miracles for his people every day at all the Masses all over the world.”

Jesus said: “My people, I have warned you before that you will be facing more persecution because of your beliefs in Me, and the rejection of My messages by others. In the Gospel I criticized the Pharisees and Scribes because they were hypocrites. They made themselves look holy on the outside, but inside they were like dead man’s bones. My Commandments are to encourage you to love Me and love your neighbor, but some people act out one life, and their intentions are evil in reality. This is why I read the intentions of your heart in your actions. It is important to love Me in all that you do, and not just to look good to people. Live a good Christian life, and really live what you believe in Me by faith. Follow My laws with love in your heart, and do not act like hypocrites.”


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