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DATE: 24TH JULY, 2002

TIME: 9.00 PM



In our prayer during this hour, I saw a vision of the Holy Agonizing Face of Jesus Christ, who calmly said:

“My children, there is hidden wisdom in love. Draw near to my love and possess this wisdom. I am calling you to fold you in my love. Draw nearer to me and taste the sweetness of my love. I am the Agonizing Jesus Christ who is languishing in agony because of you.

Love leads the heart to the one he loves. He follows the trend of his mind to make his lover happy. What the eyes of flesh cannot see, the eyes of love see and understand. What the ears of the flesh cannot hear; love hears and understands. Oh, what the carnal mind cannot interpret, love interprets and explains. Great is the power of love. Children, I am calling you to be giant lovers. Draw closer to my love. Come and enjoy the sweetness of the power of love. Come and dwell in my Wisdom.

Children, the nearer you are to my love, the clearer you see the matters of Heaven. The clearer you see, the more you understand the matters of Divine Wisdom. The understanding of Divine matters is the work of Wisdom from the Divine. The wisdom comes from the Power of Love. Children, draw nearer to my love and dwell in my wisdom.

In the days of the wicked man, the knowledge of man will go into hiding. Only the wisdom, which comes from the heart of my lovers, will lead my people at that time. Men will search for the wisdom to interpret the matters of that time and the language of the hour at that time but will find none. The more they search for wisdom from the Divine, the more they enter into the world of confusion. Only love will give you wisdom at that time. My children, I am calling you to love. I call you my lovers. Indeed, you are. Come and dwell in the wisdom of my Love.

I am the rejected Lover who freed you from the prison of death by my scourging. Oh, see how the merciless man beat me mercilessly because of you. How many parts of my flesh were pulled out? How many liters of my Blood gushed out? It is so bitter; so bitter that my Heart cried out in pain calling you my lovers who have deserted me. Children, I bore all the pains for love of you. Oh, I remember how the soldiers enlarged the wounds of my scourging with their swords and spears. They poured into my wounds a liquid that burnt my skin and inflicted much pain. I bore all for love of you. Now, where are you? Come and show me love.

The Beast is around. The taste is so bitter. Darkness has enveloped the world. The power of reasoning is at a loss. Draw closer to my love. This love will give you wisdom. The same love will strengthen your faith. I am the Agonizing Jesus Christ, who cried out to you from the Pillar of Scourging, calling you to love.

Receive my blessing; I bless you in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, Amen.”

Immediately the vision passed.


Meditation/ Catholic Catechism:

Parable of the tower, and the king going: St. Luke 14:25-32 Lesson: Man must realize what the service of God asks of him(Taken from Through Christ Our Lord, Our Quest for Happiness Book Two)

... [26] If any man come to me and hate not his father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brethren, and sisters, yea and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple. ... [27] And whosoever doth not carry his cross and come after me, cannot be my disciple. ... [28] For which of you having a mind to build a tower, doth not first sit down, and reckon the charges that are necessary, whether he have the wherewithal to finish it: ... [29] Lest, after he hath laid the foundation, and is not able to finish it, all that see it begin to mock him, ... [30] Saying: This man began to build, and was not able to finish.

[26] "Hate not": The law of Christ does not allow us to hate even our enemies, much less our parents: but the meaning of the text is, that we must be in that disposition of soul, as to be willing to renounce, and part with everything, how near or dear soever it may be to us, that would keep us from following Christ.

... [31] Or what king, about to go to make war against another king, doth not first sit down, and think whether he be able, with ten thousand, to meet him that, with twenty thousand, cometh against him? ... [32] Or else, whilst the other is yet afar off, sending an embassy, he desireth conditions of peace.