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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 February 2021


12th February, received at Adoration, Banneux


The 1st Reading – Genesis 3:1-8; The Gospel Reading – Mark 7:31-37

The Lord says,

“My dear people! Where are you? I am been waiting for you for so long…but you did not turn up to My invitation. My invitation is for you…for your salvation. I invite you to listen to Me: to My teaching, to My Commandment (of love)…, to renovate (renew) your blemishes because of your sins against Me. I shall come to you and receive you with My hands and arms wide-open… I shall love you and cherish you in My bosom (My Heart); be not afraid to come to Me and listen to My Voice…of calling you to repentance, and receive My Spirit of Peace, Love and My help (salvation). My dear little ones: do not ignore My invitation, react then…because later, it is too late… to show (grant) you My Merciful love. Listen then if you have ears and be saved. I bless you.”  +  


The homily of today’s Friday Mass was not noted, but today’s Psalm (Ps 31:1-2; 7) and the Gospel Acclamation (Acts 16:37) do answer the word of God above:


Psalm (Ps 31: 1-2; 7 R/ v.1)

R/ Happy the man whose offence is forgiven.  

Happy the man whose offence is forgiven, whose sin is remitted. 
O happy the man to whom the LORD imputes no guilt, in whose spirit is no guile.

But now I have acknowledged my sins; my guilt I did not hide. 
I said: ‘I will confess my offence to the LORD.’
And you, LORD, have forgiven the guilt of my sin. 

You are my hiding place, LORD; You save Me from distress. 
You surround me with cries of deliverance.   

Gospel Acclamation (Acts 16:37) 

Alleluia, alleluia!
Open our heart, O LORD, to accept the words of your Son. 
Alleluia!


26th February, received at Adoration, Banneux

(The 1st week of Lent)


The 1st Reading – Ezekiel 18:21-28; The Gospel Reading – Matthew 5:20-26

The Lord says,

“Be near Me, My people! Bear near Me… It is time for you now to listen to My plea… to My teaching. SEEK and you shall find; KNOCK and the Door (of Heaven) will open to you; ASK and you shall receive. If you ask for pardon, I shall forgive you. I shall never abandon any one who asks for My Mercy. Repent now from your heart…renounce your ‘self’ – take up your cross and follow Me…your Saviour. I will make all things new in you, and you will abide by My Commandments. And My love will rest in you (your heart). My dear children: Healing comes from Me. Do you want to be healed? Because of your sins…you are sick… Be aware of that! Therefore, be near me and call upon My Name: JESUS! And I will come to you…to save you. Reflect upon My Word, and I am waiting for your return to Me. I bless you.      


The homily of today’s Friday Mass was not noted, but today’s Psalm (129) and the Gospel Acclamation (Ezekiel 18:31) do answer the word of God above:


Psalm (Ps 129 R/ v.3)

R/ If you, O LORD, should mark our guilt, LORD, who would survive?  

If you, O LORD, should mark our guilt, LORD, who would survive?
But with you is found forgiveness: for this we revere you. 

My soul is waiting for the LORD. I count on His Word. 
My soul is longing for the LORD more than watchman for daybreak. 

Because with the LORD there is Mercy and fullness of redemption. 
Israel indeed he will redeem from all its iniquity.   

Gospel Acclamation (Ezekiel 18:31)

Praise to You, O Christ, King of eternal glory!
Shake off all your sins – it is the LORD who speaks – 
and make yourselves a new heart and a new spirit. 
Praise to You, O Christ, King of eternal glory!



The Messages of God in January 2021


15th January, received from the (Live) Adoration at home, Cornesse  


The 1st Reading – Hebrew 4:1-5, 11

The Lord says,

“My dear children, please listen to Me: Take My yolk and follow Me; for I am humble and meek in heart. Do not worry about tomorrow (your future), because you can rely on Me, I am your Heavenly Father, your God, your Redemptor (Christ the Redeemer), your Healer and your Peace.”     

I replied: “Whom shall I go to…? You have the word of Eternal Life, LORD!

“Seek Me, My children, while I still can be found… I am near you. Will you let Me enter into your heart? I will knock on your heart, Listen! I am coming… if you open the door of your heart, you will see Me and I will give you rest (Peace). Hence spend the time with Me; My children: make your heart the temple of My Spirit who will stay with you so that you may have life… the life in abundance! Will you open your heart and invite Me to come to you? Reflect upon it. I am waiting for you… PEACE be with you; My PEACE I give to you. I bless you!”  + 

The homily of today’s Friday Mass was not noted, but today’s Gospel Acclamation (Luke 7:16) does answer the word of God above:


Gospel Acclamation (Luke 7:16)

Alleluia, alleluia!
A great prophet has appeared among us; 
God has visited His people. 
Alleluia!


29th January, received at Adoration, Banneux  

The Gospel Reading – Mark 4:26-34

The Lord says,

“I hear My people: they are crying for help! They cry for many situations which they cannot have solace. Where do you want to go? And who do you turn to? My people: seek My kingdom and turn to Me. Have faith in Me and keep your faith high through prayers and penance. Continue to walk in the just way and detach yourself from the world. If you do not do so – how then can you find peace and love…to console you? My dear small ones: I cannot bear to see, you are suffering. Can you? Come, be close to My heart (Sacred Heart) and give your heart to Me, and surrender! And I will give you rest! Blessed are those who have ears to listen to My Word and keep it. I love you. Peace be with you!”     


The homily of today’s Friday Mass was not noted, but today’s Psalm (36:39-40) and the Gospel Acclamation (Matthew 11:25) do answer the word of God above:


Psalm (Ps 36: 39-40. R/ v.39)

R/ The salvation of the just comes from the LORD.  

The salvation of the just comes from the LORD, their stronghold in time of distress.
The LORD helps them and delivers them and saves them: for their refuge is in Him.  

Gospel Acclamation (Matthew 11:25) 

Alleluia, alleluia!
Blessed are you, Father, LORD of heaven and earth, 
for revealing the mysteries of the kingdom to mere children. 
Alleluia







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