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 The Lord guides me to reading the Scriptures of that day before addressing His message(s) to me.

 


The Messages of God in August 2020


14th August, received from the Adoration, Banneux  


The 1st Reading – Ezekiel 16:1-15, 60. 63; The Gospel Reading Matthew 19:3-12

The Lord says,

“My dear people! Listen, what have you done to Me? I am torturing and hurt by your iniquity. You continue closing your ears to My Voice… I am speaking to you: I want you to repent and do what is holy, as I AM your GOD, Yahweh, who is Holy. You won’t open your heart to My grace, which can help you to grow in holiness… Why are you forsaken me? How much longer shall I wait for you? Return to me now. I love you, and you are dear in My eyes, as I Am your FATHER who created you… you are Mine. Therefore, My dear little ones, be aware of My Voice calling you to repentance and live in holiness through My grace. Behold! For I will make all things new! All things will pass away, but not My Word… It will remain in you, forever.” 

The homily of today’s Friday Mass was not noted, but today’s Responsorial Psalm (Is 12:2-6.  R/ v.1) and Gospel Acclamation (1 Thess. 2:13) do answer the word of God above:


Responsorial Psalm (Is 12:2-4.  R/ v.1)
 
R/ Your anger has passed, O Lord, and You give Me comfort.

Truly, God is My salvation, I trust, I shall not fear.
For the Lord is my strength, my song, He became my Saviour. 

With joy you will draw water from the wells of salvation. 
Give thanks to the Lord, give praise to His Name! 
Make His mighty deeds known to the peoples! 

Gospel Acclamation (1 Thess. 2:13)

Alleluia, alleluia!
Accept God’s message for what it really is: 
God’s message, and not some human thinking. 
Alleluia!


26th August, received from the Adoration, Banneux  


The 1st Reading – 1 Thessalonians 3:6-10; The Gospel Reading Matthew 23:27-32. 16-18

The Lord says,

“Listen My dear people!: Turn away from your iniquity! Your self-esteem is high! I no longer want to see you go to the wrong ways… So, amend your ‘self’ now and follow Me, your God, Yahweh. My dear children, be not like hypocrites! I call you to seek the Truth from Me and live in the Truth – I AM the TRUTH…live in Me, through Me and with Me. If you seek Me….you will be saved in My Heart…that longs to save you from the beginning of your existence. My Sacred Heart never exhausts (tires out) to love you, until you find solace in Me. Listen then, if you have ears! I bless you, abundantly.” 


The homily of today’s Wednesday Mass was not noted, but today’s Responsorial Psalm (Ps 127:1-2. 4-5.  R/cf. v.1) and Gospel Acclamation (1 John 2:5) do answer the word of God above:


Responsorial Psalm (Ps 127:1-2. 4-5.  R/cf. v.1)
 
R/ O blessed are those who fear God 

O blessed are those who fear the Lord and walk in His ways!
By the labour of your hands you shall eat. You will be happy and prosper. 

Indeed thus shall be blessed the man who fears the Lord. 
May the Lord bless you from Zion all the days of your life! 

Gospel Acclamation (1 John 2:5)

Alleluia, alleluia!
When anyone obeys what Christ has said, 
God’s love comes to perfection in him. 
Alleluia!



The Messages of God in July 2020


8th July, received from the Adoration at home, Cornesse  


The 1st Reading – Hosea 10:1-3, 7-8. 12 

The Lord says,

“Understand, My children, for without My grace, you will have nothing. Therefore, seek Me first, meditate upon My life and works which I have done to you and My people. Trust Me. Will you trust Me above all things? If you do, all things will be given unto you. Hence seek Me deeply in your heart and sow the seeds of My Word in your heart and preach the Good News, which I have taught you. Therefore, you will know the grace that I will give you is an amazing grace, and that grace can heal your soul. I give you My Peace.” 


The Gospel Reading – Matthew 10:1-7 

The Lord says, 

“My little ones: Be strong! And have faith in Me!  My heart is pain because you don’t have faith in Me. My dear…dear people: I love you and always want to help you. But if you don’t help yourself: to pray and amend yourself from the pleasure of the world, you will be weak… to not follow Me and My teaching. How then you find rest in My heart? And how can you find such faith in Me? How long must I wait for you to come back to Me?  Pray, and seek Me first in your life… And thus, you will find Me, and the faith that revives in you will set you free. I bless you.    +        AMEN!   


The homily of today’s Wednesday Mass was not noted, but today’s Psalm (104(105):2-5 R/ v.4) and Gospel Acclamation (Matthew 1:15) do answer the word of God above:


Psalm (104(105):2-5 R/ v.4)
 
R/ Constantly seek the Face of the LORD.

O sing to Him, sing His praise; tell all His wonderful works!
Be proud of His holy Name, let the hearts that seek the Lord, rejoice. 

Consider the LORD and His strength; constantly seek His face. 
Remember the wonders He has done, His miracles, the judgements He spoke.  

Gospel Acclamation (Matthew 1:15)

Alleluia, alleluia!
The Kingdom of God is close at hand, repent and believe the Good News.
Alleluia!


31st July, received from the Adoration at home, Cornesse  


The 1st Reading – Matthew 13:54-58

The Lord says,

“My dear people: Seek My Kingdom in your heart; seek Me in you.  I come (to you) to give you My Life, My Peace, My Joy, My Hope and My Holy Blessing. Hence, do not be afraid, for I come to save you from all your pain and sickness. Be not afraid, My small ones. Seek Me first… I love you.” 


The homily of today’s Friday Mass was not noted, but today’s Psalm (68(69):14.  R/ v.14) and Gospel Acclamation (1 Peter 1:25) do answer the word of God above:


Psalm (68(69):4 R/ v.14)
 
R/ In your great love, answer me, O God.

This is my prayer to you, my prayer for your favour.
In your great love, answer me, O God, with your help that never fails.   

Gospel Acclamation (1 Peter 1:25)

Alleluia, alleluia!
The Word of the Lord remains for ever; what is this Word? 
It is the Good News that has been brought to you. 
Alleluia!



The Message of God in June 2020


19th June, received from the Adoration at home, Cornesse  

(Friday - The Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus)

The Gospel Reading – Matthew 11:25-30 

The Lord says, 

“My dear people… Listen to Me: Come to Me… Leave your worries, your hardships and your burdens to Me, and I will give you Peace. Trust in My Mercy and Love. Return to Me and obey My Commandments of love: Love one another as I have loved you. You can only know Me when you are inspired by My Love. My Love purifies you and makes you whole (clean: new person). If you live in My Love, I will live in you. If you remain in Me, you will no longer live in the burdensome situation, because My yoke is light and you can rely on My grace. My grace suffices. My dear little children, pray with respect to the Immaculate Heart of your Mother, Mary; She will help lead you to Me – your Salvation. Love Her and honour Her. Thank you for having listened to My call. I bless you +, and I give you My wounded heart – Come and Adore Me!”     

(Come, and let us adore Him, forever! Amen!) 


The homily of today’s Friday Solemnity Mass was not noted, but today’s Psalm (102(103):3-5. 8-10. R/ v.17), the 2nd Reading (1 John 4:7-8) and Gospel Acclamation (Matthew 11:29) do answer the word of God above:


Psalm (102(103):3-5. 8-10. R/ v.17)

R/ The love of the Lord is everlasting upon those who hold Him in fear.    

It is He who forgives all your guilt, who heals every one of your ills, 
who redeems your life from the grave, who crowns you with love and compassion.

The Lord is compassion and love, slow to anger and rich in mercy.
He does not treat us according to our sins nor repay us according to our faults.
 
The 2nd Reading (1 John 4:7-8)

My dear people, let us love one another since love comes from God, and everyone who loves is begotten by God and knows God. Anyone who fails to love can never have known God, because God is love. 

Gospel Acclamation (Matthew 11:29)

Alleluia, alleluia!
Shoulder My yoke and learn from Me, for I am gentle and humble in heart. 
Alleluia!



The Messages of God in May 2020


5th May, received from the Adoration at home, Cornesse


The Gospel Reading – John 10:22-30 

The Lord says, 

“Listen! Listen My people! Listen to Me! : Be on guard! Be watchful! I am coming to You… My father and I will deliver you from your iniquity, your infidelity, your incensed behaviour (unthoughtfulness), your unchastity, your incredulity, your doubtfulness of My existence and your cruelty against the small ones. I no longer want to see these impurities in the heart of man (humanity). I want you to obey Me and My Commandments… and turn away from your sins. I shall never wait for a longer time for your conversion, as the end times is coming at the time and the day I have fixed. My children, seek the Truth… the Truth of your existence, and follow Me… know that I am your God, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Peace be with you!”    Amen!


The homily of today’s Tuesday Mass (Livestream) was not noted, but today’s Entrance Antiphon and Gospel Acclamation (John 10:27) do answer the word of God above:


Entrance Antiphon  

Let us shout out our joy and happiness, and give glory to God, the Lord of all, because He is our King, alleluia. 

Gospel Acclamation (John 10:27)

Alleluia, alleluia!
The sheep that belong to Me listen to My voice, says the Lord; 
I know them and they follow Me. 
Alleluia!


26th May, received from the Adoration at home, Cornesse  


The 1st Reading – Acts 20:17-27; The Gospel Reading – John 17:1-11 

The Lord says, 

“My People: Listen! I will come to send you the FIRE of the HOLY SPIRIT…it is My LOVE to purify you. My MERCY pours out largely onto you. Open your hearts and receive Me. And believe that I AM your SAVIOUR, Jesus Christ, who died and was risen for your salvation. I love you immensely, and I would like to give you all you need as graces…so as you will find the Truth, and the Truth will set you free! I am the Truth, I am the Way, and I am the Life. I come to you to bring this Good News, so that your heart is filled with JOY, HOPE and PEACE! My Father and I are One. One God, the only One True God: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit…Who was, Who is and Who is to come. My people: turn to Me and believe that I AM for you, and that only through Me you shall have eternal life. Listen then, if you have ears. I bless you.”   +     AMEN!


The homily of today’s Tuesday Mass (Livestream) was not noted, but today’s Entrance Antiphon (Revelation 1:17-18), Gospel Acclamation (John 14:16) and Communion Antiphon (John 14:26) do answer the word of God above:


Entrance Antiphon (Revelation 1:17-18)  

“I am the beginning and the end of all things. I have met death, but I am alive, and I shall live for eternity”, alleluia. 

Gospel Acclamation (John 14:16)

Alleluia, alleluia!
I shall ask the Father, and He will give you another Advocate to be with you for ever. 
Alleluia!

Communion Antiphon (John 14:26)

The Lord says: The Holy Spirit whom the Father will send in My Name will teach you all things, and remind you of all I have said to you, alleluia.  



The Messages of God in April 2020


14th April, received from the Adoration at home, Cornesse 

(Easter Tuesday)

The Gospel Reading – John 20:11-18 

The Lord says, 

“My children: read and listen to My Word in the Bible. My Word speaks of Me, and the history of My creations in which I created…as I am your Creator… I love you. But you rebel against Me, and no longer believe the reality of My existence. Thus I sent you My Son, My beloved Son, so that you can see who I AM, and through Him your lives have been paid on the Cross. If you believe in My Son, JESUS, you believe then in ME… your CREATOR, your GOD. Is there any doubt? Faith… let there is faith in you. I AM the Resurrection and the Life, whoever believes in Me, shall live! Thank you for having listened to My call. I bless you.”  +  


The homily of today’s Tuesday Mass (Livestream) was not noted, but today’s Entrance Antiphon and Psalm (32:4-5. 20. 22 R/ v. 5) do answer the word of God above:


Entrance Antiphon 

If men desire Wisdom, She will give them the water of knowledge to drink. They will never waver from the Truth; they will stand firm for ever, alleluia.

Psalm (32:4-5. 20. 22 R/ v. 5)  

R/ The Lord fills the earth with His love.   

The Word of the Lord is faithful and all His works to be trusted. 
The Lord loves justice and right and fills the earth with His love. 

Our soul is waiting for the Lord. The Lord is our help and our shield. 
May your love be upon us, O Lord, as we place all our hope in You. 


21st April, received from the Adoration at home, Cornesse 


The 1st Reading – Acts 4:32-37; The Gospel Reading – John 3:7-15 

The Lord says, 

“My dear little ones: Be aware of My Second Coming. But before this happens, you will see many signs. Some signs you have seen them already… There are many more to come. I will come to judge the living and the dead; all will deserve equal judgement according to the weight of your sins. Do not be afraid though, as this time, it is so crucial to amend yourselves and believe the Good News: I am, JESUS, the Son of the Living God, whom you crucified on the Cross; I was risen and I am preparing the places for My children. Whoever believes in Me, will deserve the place. My children..: as you can see, I am patiently waiting for your return… turn to Me now and be saved by My Ocean of Mercy. Do you believe in My Mercy? Like Nicodemus, no one can see who I AM, unless I come to your life when you repent from all your heart and is ready to receive Me as your Saviour. Are you ready to receive this new life? I am waiting…”    


The homily of today’s Tuesday Mass (Livestream) was not noted, but today’s Psalm (91: 2. 5. R/ v.1), Gospel Acclamation (John 3:15) and Communion Antiphon do answer the word of God above:


Psalm (91: 2. 5. R/ v.1)  

R/ The Lord is King, with majesty enrobed.    

The world You made firm, not to be moved; 
Your throne has stood firm from of old. From all eternity, O Lord, You are.  

Truly your decrees are to be trusted. 
Holiness is fitting to your house, O Lord, until the end of time. 

Gospel Acclamation (John 3:15)

Alleluia, alleluia!
The Son of Man must be lifted up, 
so that everyone who believes in Him, may have eternal life. 
Alleluia, alleluia!

Communion Antiphon

Christ had to suffer and to rise from the dead, and so enter into His glory, alleluia.  



The Messages of God in March 2020


11th March, received at Adoration, Banneux 


The Gospel Reading – Matthew 20:17-28 

The Lord says, 

“My Peace be with you, in you and among you. My dear people, listen to Me: If you renounce yourself and follow Me, you shall live in the righteous path, and that thus will draw you to Me, closer and closer every time… to meet me in your daily prayers. Renounce the world and follow Me humbly. Serve those who are in need in any situations. Pray for them and do what you can to console their heart. I bless your work with Me, in Me and through Me. Will you follow Me? May your answer is “Yes”. Do not be afraid, but trust Me…your Saviour, your Hope, your Fortress and your Light. I bless you!”   +

The homily of today’s Wednesday Mass was not noted, but today’s Gospel Acclamation (John 8:12) and the Communion Antiphon do answer the word of God above:


Gospel Acclamation (John 8:12) 

Glory to you, O Christ, you are the Word of God!
I am the Light of the world, says the Lord; 
anyone who follows Me will have the Light of life. 
Glory to you, O Christ, you are the Word of God!

Communion Antiphon

The Son of Man did not come to be served,
but to serve, and to give His life as a ransom for many.


25th March, received from the Adoration at home, Cornesse 

(Solemnity Feast: The Annunciation Of The LORD)

The Gospel Reading – Luke 1:26-38 

The Lord says, 

“My dear people! Listen to Me! Open your heart to My grace. Listen to My cry in the desert. Listen to My call to conversion, and do penance. Put your life right with Me; for I am your God, holy and compassion. Do not worry about your situation now, but do not cease your prayer, and trust in My Mercy….and be ready to do My will with a contrite heart and humility. My people, I come to console you! I console you when you call My Name, JESUS, EMMANUEL; I am with you now and always. Be not afraid! My hands  lead you day after day towards heaven; take courage! Do not be afraid of suffering… but take it with love and patience. Hence be near me, My people, and ask Me for the source of strength. Listen then, and may My Peace be upon you! (…) My dear people, love My Mother, your Mother…and constantly pray with her for your salvation. Thank you.”   

The homily of today’s Wednesday Mass (Livestream) was not noted, but today’s Psalm (39:7-8. R/ v. 7) and the Communion Antiphon do answer the word of God above:


Psalm (39:7-8. R/ v. 7)  

R/ Here I am, Lord! I come to do your will.   

In the scroll of the book it stands written that I should do your will. 
My God, I delight in your law in the depth of my heart. 

Communion Antiphon

The Virgin is with child and shall bear a son, and she will call him Emmanuel. 


31st March, received from the Adoration at home, Cornesse 


The Gospel Reading – John 8:21-30 

The Lord says, 

“PEACE be with you!”
 
“I have told you many times, My children: do you believe the One who sent me to you and to the world? If you believe in Me, you do believe too…the One who sent Me… SEEK your God, and He will let you find Him. Be strong and take courage! Do have HOPE in Me when trials come to your life. For I am with you; and I will help enlighten your burden. My Mother, Mary, is your Mother. If you love Me, you love Her, too. She will lead you to Me and help you to find Me.     

The homily of today’s Tuesday Mass (Livestream) was not noted, but today’s Entrance Antiphon (Psalm 26:13-14), Psalm (101:1-2. 17. 19-20 R/ v. 7) and the Gospel Acclamation (Luke 8:4-15) do answer the word of God above:


Entrance Antiphon (26:13-14): Put your hope in the Lord. Take courage and be strong! 

Psalm (101:1-2. 17. 19-20 R/ v. 7)  

R/ O Lord, listen to my prayer and let my cry for help reach you.   

O Lord, listen to my prayer and let my cry for help reach you. 
Do not hide your face from me in the day of my distress. 
Turn your ears towards me and answer me quickly when I call. 

Then He will turn to the prayers of the helpless; 
He will not despise their prayers. 

He looked down from heaven to the earth
That he might hear the groans of the prisoners
And free those who condemned to die.  

Gospel Acclamation (Luke 8:4-15) 

Praise to you, O Christ, king of eternal glory!
The seed is the word of God, Christ the sower;
whoever finds this seed will remain for ever.
Praise to you, O Christ, king of eternal glory!  



The Messages of God in February 2020


4th February, received at Adoration, Banneux 


The 1st Reading – Samuel 18:9-10. 14. 24-25. 30 – 19:3; The Gospel Reading – Mark 5:21-43  

The Lord says, 

“Listen to Me, My little ones: I come to save you! I am the Resurrection and the Life! If you believe in Me, you shall live! Death…no more; but believe that I am your Saviour. Do you believe? My dear children: have faith in Me, because only faith can make you well. Life is just a passing time, and thus, what will you see in the future? I am you Future; I am your Way… I am the Truth that you can follow to and, I am the Joy of your life. Repent and have faith in Me, and you shall be healed. I love you.”   

The homily of today’s Tuesday Mass was not noted, but today’s Psalm (85:1. 6.) and the Gospel Acclamation (Mt 8:17) do answer the word of God above:


Psalm (85:1. 6.) 

R/ Turn your ear, O Lord, and give answer.   

O Lord, You are good and forgiving, full of love to all who call. 
Give heed, O Lord, to my prayer and attend to the sound of my voice. 

Gospel Acclamation (Mt 8:17)

Alleluia, alleluia!
HE took our sicknesses away, and carried our diseases for us. 
Alleluia!


21st February, received at Adoration, Banneux 


The 1st Reading – James 2:14-24. 26 

The Lord says, 

“My children, bear in mind that without faith, you are just a piece of an object. And, without good deeds, you do not bear fruit in my goodness. Therefore, take time to pray for these virtues and live with them. Life without faith is dead, because you tend to search more what is for mortal necessities. It does not remain forever, but by cherishing my commands of love, you shall have faith, charity and work of good deeds. My children, I call you to live in holiness and in the truth. Thus, you shall bear fruit in plenty. Thank you for having listened to my call.”   

The homily of today’s Friday Mass was not noted, but today’s Psalm (111:1-6. R/cf. v.1) does answer the word of God above:


Psalm (111:1-6. R/cf. v.1) 

R/ Happy the man who takes delight in the commands of the Lord.   

Happy the man who fears the Lord, who takes delight in His commands. 
His sons will be powerful on earth; the children of the upright are blessed. 

Riches and wealth are in his house; his justice stands firm forever.
He is a light in the darkness for the upright: he is generous, merciful and just. 

The good man takes pity and lends; he conducts his affairs with honour. 
The just man will never waver: he will be remembered for ever. 



The Messages of God in January 2020


10th January, received at Adoration, Banneux 

(Friday After Epiphany)

The 1st Reading – 1 John 5:5-13; The Gospel Reading – Luke 5:12-16

The Lord says, 

“I am The Light of your life. My dear children, look at Me and listen to My Word daily. I am The Word of Life. Those who listen to My Word, shall not die but live… I have come to you so that you may have life. If you choose Me, you may have the Light in Me. You shall never be afraid of the uncertainties of your life (earthly life), but you rely on My grace that leads you to the right path and I shall be your God forever who loves you from the very beginning. Will you accept My invitation? I bless you!”   +    AMEN!


I attended the Friday Mass today, and here is the priest’s prayer during the homily at the Eucharistic celebration: “… LORD, Your Word is the light of our lives. Help us to listen to your Word that leads us to eternal life.  Amen.”

Also, today’s Scripture (1 John 5:11-13) and the Psalm (147:19-20) do answer the Word of God above:


The scripture says:

“This is the testimony: God has given us eternal life and this life is in His Son; anyone who has the Son has life, anyone who does not have the Son does not have life. …you who believe in the name of the Son of God may be sure that you have eternal life.”

Psalm (147:19-20)

R/ O Praise the Lord, Jerusalem!  

He established peace on your borders; he feeds you with finest wheat. 
He sends out His Word to the earth and swiftly runs His command. 

He makes His Word known to Jacob, to Israel His laws and decrees. 
He has not dealt thus with other nations; he has not taught them His decrees. 


21st January, received at Adoration, Banneux 


The 1st Reading – Samuel 16:1-13 

The Lord says, 

“My dear people, I am JESUS, the Son of God. I call you to renounce your ‘self’ and follow Me. Do not be wearied: choose the life of Hope and not destruction. I know you everything… not even a single hair that is uncounted in my sight. For I am your Father, whom must be worshipped, adored and loved, forever. I bless you! ”   +    AMEN!


The Gospel Reading – Mark 2:23-28 

The Lord says, 

“My dear people: REMEMBER the Sabbath Day and keep it holy; come and worship Me on the Sabbath Day. Be reverence to me, my children, and I will bless your day and your life. My dear children, be faithful in the prayer and seek Me deeply in your heart in silence. Be still and know that… I am your Father who loves you! Do you accept My invitation? PEACE be with you!”     Alleluia! 


The homily of today’s Tuesday Mass was not noted, but today’s Gospel Acclamation (Eph 1:17. 18) does answer the word of God above:


Gospel Acclamation (Eph 1:17. 18)

Alleluia, alleluia!
May the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ enlighten the eyes of our mind, 
so that we can see what hope His call holds for us.    
Alleluia!







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