God's Mission 1 (Tuesday, 12th April 2011) 

 Good evening brothers and sisters in Christ,

Prior to addressing God’s message to you, I will first explain why I am here in Tawau and who I am, and then I will speak about what the two purposes are to address God’s message here. I am in Tawau now as to fulfil God’s Holy mission which He has called me to do. I am Felisia Moris, and I am Marialyn youngest sister, therefore, I supposed all of you may know that Tawau was my hometown before. My spouse is Thierry Franssen and I have been married for 18 years now, and we have got two sons: Jeremiah aged 14 and Timothy is going to be 12 years old on 18th May. In Belgium, I am a member of two Catholic Charismatic Renewal Prayer groups: one is a small prayer group comprising of 5 worshippers, in which we focused on inner spirituality. We do discernment, praising and worshipping, bible contemplation and sharing. The other is the prayer and worship which resembles the catholic community called “Communauté Emmanuel”, whereby a quite number of worshippers, young and old, participating in charismatic singing, personal prayers and global prayers. This event is followed by either Eucharistic Mass or Adoration, or Group Sharing based on a selected Bible verses, or whether teaching or talks given by known Catholic speakers. In 1993 until 1995, I was involved in another Catholic Charismatic Renewal prayer group called “Communauté Maranatha” in Brussels. On top of that, I was an active church member of Catholic Charismatic Renewal in Tawau from 1984 to 1993.

In fact, I have received a quite number of messages from the Blessed Trinity and some from the Blessed Virgin Mary ever since I first encountered God’s real presence, whether as a form of receiving His Signs and Wonders, or whether as in the manner of inner spirituality experience. Such extraordinary experience, in which I myself could not describe it, it is indeed the “immense beauty” of God’s grace pouring over into my very being! God’s love and mercy is beyond human understanding – it touches not only your heart, but it penetrates one’s whole being. My real experience in God’s love and mercy ensures me profoundly that He is the “Immanuel” – the one true God, and He is “Emmanuel” that is, “God is with us”. That conviction opens my eyes to see that “God loves us unconditionally and His mercy is supreme!”

What does ‘Immanuel’ means here?

If you turn to Matthew's gospel and chapter 1 and verse 23, the scripture reads as this: "Behold, a virgin shall be with child, and shall bring forth a son, and they shall call his name Immanuel, which being interpreted is, God is with us".

Immanuel is a Hebrew name literally means Jehovah, the one true God; whilst Emmanuel is a Greek name literally means the one God united with man.

Jesus is God with us - not God the Son with us. The scriptures tell us there is only one God. This truth stated in 1 Timothy 2:5, the scripture says, “For there is one God, and there is one who brings God and mankind together, the man Christ Jesus.”

Therefore, Jesus is the one God, Jehovah (in Hebrew), Yahweh (in Jewish), Lord (in English), manifest in flesh.

In 1 Timothy 3:16, the scripture expands this truth:

And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness: God was manifest in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world, received up into glory.

God came in the form of a man to become our sacrifice. We all need salvation, but only the shed blood of an innocent man could pay the price for our sins. Only a sinless man could be our redeemer. No one could be the sacrifice for our sins that is born into sin. Since we are all born into sin, God Himself was manifest in flesh to become our sacrifice. As a man Jesus was not born into sin because He did not have a sinful father. His Father was THE Father. In His Deity (Divinity), He was THE Father manifest in flesh because the scriptures tell us that Jesus is our God, Jehovah, the one true God, Immanuel, Emmanuel, the only God there is.

Jesus bought salvation for us and He freely gives it to us. All we have to do is believe it and obey it. The gospel of Jesus Christ that He bought with His own blood is His death, burial, and resurrection. By His grace, He gives us salvation through birth of the water and Spirit.

(Adapted from http://studiesinscripture.com/immanuel-god-with-us/)

Brothers and sisters in Christ, in this coming Easter Day, let us remind ourselves that through Jesus Christ’s Resurrection, God promises us and the world for redeeming our sins – this has been fulfilled through His only Beloved Son, and thus only by believing that Jesus is the Son of God we will experience such redemption! Obviously, through this mystery, God has repeatedly speaks of His Love and Mercy to all mankind.

Ø  Now, I will speak about what the two purposes are to address God’s message here.

God has its central purpose as to why He has chosen me to spread His message to the world; His message here is what we acknowledge is the “GOOD NEWS”. And what the “Good News” is (?), the Good News is that God wants us to see that HE LOVES US...How we know that He actually loves us (?). He loves us as He gives us His Son, JESUS, who died for our sins, but after three days, He resurrected and now He and His Father live amongst us, He is with us – He is near us. How do we know or how can we see that He is with us – the answer is, God’s presence is visibly and mysteriously seen in the form of the “Body of Christ” that we receive at weekly Masses or at Saturday/Sunday Masses. God also presence in the form of His Spirit that we receive if we open our heart to Him in prayer and worship – as a result of receiving His Spirit, we encounter peace, love, joy and all goodness of God’s grace within us. Hence the God that I am affirming you here is “A LIVING GOD” – NOT DEAD! He can never forget each one of us as He creates us and that He loves us! For this reason, God wishes us to believe in this Good News. Speaking of believing in the Good News, this is God’s message in which I received recently on 25th March 2011:

“I give you My Son, to bring the Good News...Whoever believes in Him, will have life in ME. Yet, many do not believe in the Good News. (I felt God’s heart is saddened at this moment). Be with My Son at Adoration and at the Holy Communion – so you’ll see that I AM with you.”

“My Son... is My Beloved one. He died for the sins of the world. Look! Look at the Cross – see how much I love you! Believe in the Good News, and you will be saved! My Son comes to bring life, not destruction.”

“I give you My Son, because I love you...to save you. Believe in the Good News and you’ll be saved.”

Whilst God has given us and the world another helper, that is, the Blessed Virgin Mary, so that through her, we can be assured by God that she is the Mother of OUR SAVIOUR, but also, she is our Heavenly Mother, in whom the world could believe that she incessantly prays and intercedes our petitions to God. God declares her the Queen of Heaven when she is taken up into heaven, and she unites with her Son, Jesus Christ, in the catholic calendar we called it “the Assumption Day”. In the Canticle of Magnificat – it is a hymn taken from the Bible (Luke 1:46-55); it is in fact the Virgin Mary's response to Elizabeth's greeting, glorifying God and thanking Him for choosing her to bear His Son. What does it explain here? Clearly, it explains the beginning of God’s salvation to the world, whereby the humble virgin accepts God’s mysterious plan for the redemption of the world, once and for all. Hence, God confides the world that the Blessed Virgin Mary is indeed OUR MOTHER, and God wants the world to honour, to love and to respect her. This is God’s message to the world, which I received on the same day, 25th March 2011:

“I give you Mary, your Mother – honour her. She has done great things to Me – accepting My Will to bring salvation to the world.”

The second God’s pivotal purpose is as regards the importance of obeying His commandments: God’s purpose here is not to put us into trouble by dealing with “some kind of onerous tasks”, however, His purpose is that it can be seen as “HOLY”, which means something that can render GOOD purpose to us. The question is, what is the GOOD purpose that we can expect by obeying God’s Commandments? In fact, His commandments teach us to live on the right path and that by obeying His commandments, we dare to try to imitate the image of God, that is “to be Holy”; so that through this obedience, we could then step-by-step reaching the Kingdom of God where we can find all the “possibilities” (i.e. God’s graces render to us) in which we, mere human, unable to get them here on earth. In other words, we need God’s commandments as “a guide towards heaven” and “as food for our soul”, as Jesus affirms, ““The scripture says, “Man cannot live on bread alone, but needs every word that God speaks.” (The Good News Bible, Matthew 4:4).

Brothers and sisters in Christ, may I ask you a question: what are those Commandments here that God wants us to abide to? If you take your Bible and look at the Old Testament, God the Father has called upon us and the world to obey His commandments ever since He handed it down to Moses (see Exodus 20:1-17). In Exodus chapter 20 verses 3-17, it is clear that at the beginning, God spoke to Moses at Mount Sinai as He desires that the world obey His Ten Commandments: what are those Ten Commandments like? Now let me read it out to you:

The 10 Commandments - God's Revelation in the Old Testament 

The 10 Commandments are found in the Bible's Old Testament at Exodus, Chapter 20:1-17. They were given directly by God to the people of Israel at Mount Sinai after He had delivered them from slavery in Egypt: 

"And God spoke all these words, saying: 'I am the LORD your God

ONE: 'You shall have no other gods before Me.'

TWO: 'You shall not make for yourself a carved image--any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth.

THREE: 'You shall not take the name of the LORD your God in vain.

FOUR: 'Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy.

FIVE: 'Honour your father and your mother.

SIX: 'You shall not murder.

SEVEN: 'You shall not commit adultery.

EIGHT: 'You shall not steal.

NINE: 'You shall not bear false witness against your neighbour.

TEN: 'You shall not covet your neighbour's house; you shall not covet your neighbour's wife; neither his male servant, nor his female servant, nor his ox, nor his donkey, nor anything that is your neighbour's."

The 10 Commandments - Christ's Summation in the New Testament

About 1,400 years later, the 10 Commandments were summed up in the New Testament at Matthew 22, when Jesus was confronted by the religious "experts" of the day: 

"Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?" Jesus replied: "Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: Love your neighbour as yourselfAll the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments" (Matthew 22:36-40)

A reflective reading of Christ's teaching reveals that the first four commandments given to the children of Israel are contained in the statement: "Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind." It continues that the last six commandments are enclosed in the statement: "Love your neighbour as yourself."

(The abridge form of the Ten Commandments & the First and Second important commandments, see http://www.allabouttruth.org/10-commandments.htm; reviewed and edited by F. Moris)

Now concerning the 10 Commandments: Where is “the Origin of God's Law”?

The 10 Commandments are first recorded in the book of Exodus. They were given by God at Mt. Sinai following the Israelites escape from slavery in Egypt. The 10 Commandments were moral statutes given by God, through Moses, so that the Israelites could enjoy fruitful and holy lives. The Commandments were significant in that they formed the basis of Jewish life, law and faith. Inscribed on stone tablets, the 10 Commandments were initially broken by Moses in anger over the flagrant sins of the Israelites. They were then re-inscribed and kept in the Ark of the Covenant at the command of God. Four of the Commandments deal primarily with man's relationship with God and the other six deal primarily with man's relationship with one another.

In fact the 10 Commandments is God's Standard of Holiness. How this insight convinces us?

The 10 Commandments were also known as the Law. For ancient Israel, breaking the Law was a serious offense. To deviate by any degree from the 10 Commandments was to sin and fall short of God's standard of holiness. Knowing that it was impossible for any human being to perfectly follow the Law, a sacrificial system mediated by the Levitical priesthood was established. Through this system, God permitted ancient Israel to make reparations for the sins they committed. As an example, an appropriate sacrifice would involve the slaughtering of a young lamb that is found to be without any blemish. The sacrifices continued endlessly, as did the sins. This system of blood sacrifice was not meant to be barbaric, but rather, symbolic of the gravity of sin. The annual Jewish holy day of Yom Kippur is a day of atonement that is set aside for the reparation of sins. 

In response to this question, although God gave the 10 Commandments to the Israelites, they do not apply to Jews alone, but the 10 Commandments reflect God's standard of holiness for everyone. Since God is the universal authority of moral conduct, all of humanity is subject to His standards. According to the 
Bible, no one is exempt from God's Law. Some say that the 10 Commandments do not apply to them, since they did not grow up with "religion." However, the scriptures reveal that the requirements of the Law are written on our hearts (Romans 2:25), and thus, our conscience ultimately confirms our guilt. Wait a minute. Since most of us, to some degree, have tried to live good lives, contributing positive things to our families and communities, how can God fault us if we have tried our best? Based on God's standard of holiness, "all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God" (Romans 3:23). In addition, God is not only concerned with our actions, but also the condition of our hearts. In the New Testament, Jesus referred to the Law when He emphasised that hatred is tantamount to murder and lust is tantamount to adultery. We have all had these thoughts. Indeed, we have all sinned according to God's standard.

Do the 10 Commandments reveal our need for a Saviour?

After reviewing the 10 Commandments, some argue that God is unjust for imposing a standard upon humanity that He knows we can't fulfil. Doesn't it seem awfully cruel for a loving God to condemn man for the evil that is inherently part of the human condition? The response to this perplexing question lies in Jesus Christ. In fact, Jesus came to earth in order to reconcile this dilemma. Like the perfect lambs that were constantly sacrificed for the sins of Israel, Jesus was perfect and without blemish, because he was sinless. Like the lambs, He was sacrificed for the reparation of sins. Unlike the lambs, however, the sacrifice of Jesus Christ redeemed the sins of all humanity for all time. Unlike the lambs, Jesus Christ resurrected from the dead and conquered the power of sin for all humanity for all time. The Bible tells us why Christ had to become a sacrifice: in John chapter 3, verse 16, the scripture says, "For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life" (John 3:16).

Do you think that the 10 Commandments speak of “Love without Condemnation”?

For many, the 10 Commandments are symbols of condemnation that point to our faults and mistakes. Some feel so guilty that they believe God will never accept them. Others simply choose to reject God because His Law is impossible to obey. Ironically, the 10 Commandments were never given by God to condemn humanity, but rather, they were given to convict humanity. The 10 Commandments act as a mirror to "reflect" the condition of our souls. When we examine our life in light of the 10 Commandments, we realise our shortcomings and our need for redemption. Jesus Christ is our redeemer. Therefore, the response to the question is God gave the 10 Commandments not to condemn humanity, but to show us His love for us. For in Romans chapter 5, verse 8, the scriptures says, "While we were still sinners, Christ died for us" (Romans 5:8).

(Taken from Ten Commandments – Holy Standardhttp://www.allabouttruth.org/10-commandments-2.htmreviewed and edited by F. Moris)

Tonight I am here standing in front of you to address God’s fundamental mission which He has called me to do, so that people who hear His message can reflect upon it; God the Father also wishes those people will make amendments of their old ways and decide to ultimately return to His kingdom. What does God the Father means by returning to His Kingdom here? It means that He as our Creator and a Divine Father for all people call us to love Him; He calls us to seek, taste and see His amazing and great love and mercy! This is what God wants me to tell you and the world with regards to the fact He is God of LOVE and MERCY:

“I wish the world to come into, to adore and to love My heart – My heart full of Love and Mercy. My Mercy is for all!

“I am the God of Love, tender in heart and full of Mercy. Come, adore and love Me...”

(Message received on 04.01.2011, at the Blessed Sacrament Chapel, in Banneux, Belgium)

He wants each one of us to live with Him, through Him and in Him; if we obey the Father’s desire for us, we will be able then to “experience’ His eternal Glory! His Kingdom is near us, in our heart, this is what God wants me to tell you and the world:

“...My Kingdom is near them, in their hearts. Whoever has ears to listen to My Message will be saved; I AM your Lord, your God – I AM the Lord of the Universe. Listen to My Voice and obey ME. I AM the Way, the Truth, and the Life...” (see John 14:6a)

(Message received on 30.11.2010, at the Blessed Sacrament Chapel, in Banneux, Belgium)

Ø  My next question is “What does God desire from us?”

On Tuesday, 14th December, 2010, in Belgium, I went to Adoration and the Eucharistic Mass in the morning. I arrived in Banneux for the Adoration at 2:30 pm  After praying, praising and adoring God before the Blessed Sacrament, as usual, I asked the Lord what He wants to tell me for the world, and for me personally, which relevant to the Scripture Readings for the Mass on that day (see Zephaniah 3:1-2 & 9-10; Matthew 21:28-32; Psalms 34; Matthew 16:24[Communion Antiphon]) – I had not read them at home. Later, in silence, I listened to what the Lord’s message is; the Lord gave me this message for the world: “Obey my commandments and live with it. Many souls have gone astray...come to my Source – Source of Life! I am the Good Shepherd; I will lead you to the Source. Trust in Me and walk with Me. Ask anything in My Name and it will be given to you.”

The Lord message to me personally is to encourage me to do my mission faithfully as He guides me to walk with Him at all times, and then He thanked and blessed me.

In Zephaniah 3:1-2 & 9-10, the Lord calls upon us to obey His commandment and to put our trust in Him. The Lord is our Good Shepherd – with whom we could have the Source of Life that we desire, such as true happiness, peace, love, etc, and that He will give us the meaning of life in this world. We are created by God and for God. Therefore, any action and/or any thought which is not “holy” before the eyes of God can put us further apart from the grace of God. The questions are: Are you ready to listen to God’s commandments? Are you ready to renounce your sin, and pick up your cross (no matter how painful or burden it is) and follow Him (Matthew 16:24)? If you agree with God’s call, then you have chosen in the right path. Likewise, in Matthew 21:28-32, the Lord illustrates the parable of two kinds of sons: one, he obeys but later, he changes his mind not to; while the other (the second son), does not obey, but he eventually goes. Jesus relates the former (first son) as the tax collector and the prostitutes – who we know as the “outcasts”. However, God loves the “outcasts”, sinners, or pagans, as they are poor in their soul and weak. Hence, what is the central insight about this parable is that, God calls us to seek His Kingdom, no matter how sinful you are, He LOVES you – He simply wants you to ask for His Mercy and you will receive as well as His Love and Peace. Do you want all those? The more humble you are before the eyes of God, the more graces you will obtain from Him, as He said, “Ask anything in My Name and it will be given to you.” (Re-see His message above). In Psalms 34, again, it reminds us that “God is good” – this conviction is in congruent with what He addresses in His message above, that is, “... I am the Good Shepherd; I will lead you to the Source...” This Source is the Source of Life (Psalms 34:12): long life and happiness. In view of His goodness, God is worthy to be praised! (See Psalms 34: 1-3). AMEN!


Some Inspiring God’s messages to the world

God’s call to desire Holiness, Thursday, 30th December 2010

“All I wish that the world change their lifestyle. Desire more to my Love rather than desire the things they see and want in the world. Those who listen to my voice will live eternally and, those who follow the world will perish eternally. I desire the world to listen to me – obey my commandments – be still, and know that I am your God!” [Pause for a moment] “Come... spend the time to adore Me in silence.”

God is Love, Tuesday, 4th January 2011

 "I Am the God of Love, tender in heart and full of Mercy. Come and adore Me...and Love Me. I love the world so much. For this reason, I sent my Son to save you – whoever believes in Him, shall have Eternal Life. I wish all souls be saved through Him. Come...love Me and adore Me. I love You!” 

God’s presence and His Glory, Wednesday, 12th January 2011

“My grace will be upon those who believe in Me...Adore Me and love Me. I Am your only true God.”

“I give you My Son; whoever believes in Him, will also in communion in Me and knows that I Am your God!”

“I give all the authority to My Son; whoever believes in Him, no matter how “scarlet” your sin is, will be forgiven by Me...Anything you ask in My Name, it will be given to you – have faith! Through My Son, your are healed.”

A call for repentance from God, Wednesday, 19th January 2011

“I wish the world to repent from their sins.”

“I Am your God, your Lord; through Me you are ‘healed’”. I asked the Lord what does ‘healed’ refers to here, he responded, “Men have encountered many problems in the world. My Love and Mercy is the Source of healing; it cannot be obtained in the world. Come and rest in Me. Tell the world...I come is to heal and not to destroy. I love them!”

God’s constant reminder to the world, Friday, 4th February 2011

Here is His initial message to the world:

“Obey all My Commandments and live according to what I have said (commanded); change your heart and remain dependent on my Source.”

Later, God advised me to read the Scripture Readings of Today’s Mass (see Hebrew 13:1-8; Mark 6:14-29; Psalms 26). After reading and contemplating the Scripture in Hebrew 13:1-8, the Lord spoke to me on the basis of the Scripture, and addressing it to the world:

“I have said...My Commandments should be abided. Many people do not obey them – I am saddened. It is the way how to live in ‘chastity’. In this way, you can find good living and which pleasing in My very eyes. Listen to Me...Obey My Commandments!”

The Lord inspired me about what He meant by ‘chastity’ here, it is “sanctity” or “holiness”. He then led me to read the Gospel Reading, in Mark 6:14-29, from which He addressed this message:

“I give you My heart – My Very Heart. I Am your Lord, Your God. Honour Me and you will be able to live forever! Do not be proud in the heart; be humbled...I order the world to listen...or will be perished, or lost forever...”

The Lord continually led me to read the Psalms 26, of which He said:

“All good men are mine; I defend them...Do not be afraid. Honour Me always...Do sacrifice with holiness and love.”

God’s warning to the world: the time is short! 18th February 2011

My name is Holy. I want the world to know that I am their Lord, their God – there is no other God before Me. Respect My commandments. Be alert for I Am coming soon! Do not be afraid, I come not to bring destructions but to bring justice. If you listen to My Voice, you will be saved!

God’s repeated appeal to the world, Tuesday, 22nd February 2011

Early in the morning, after listening to the World News on BBC on the radio this morning, I listened the News reader addressed about many calamities occurred throughout the entire world today! Listening to all the “bad” news, for example, the earthquake in New Zealand for the second time, resulting hundreds of victims lost lives and missing, complicated events in Libya, and other neighbouring countries, and problems of famine in Africa, the growing concern on the increase in unemployment in Europe, etc, etc, etc...this unfolding “bad” news never ending...every day, we can see or listen “something” unpleasant. This news really touched me. Hence, I closed my eyes to seek God’s Love and Mercy for those people that I perceive what has happened since. In my prayer, I said to God, Lord, have MERCY on your people!” I heard God’s response in my inner soul, He said:

“Tell the world, I wish them to repent from their sins. The time is short...I am coming soon. I am your Lord, your God. Those who believe in Me, will be saved! Behold,I will make all things new!”

(A few minutes pause...)

“I am not that happy to see the world have forgotten My Commandments...Behold! I will make all things new!”

(A moment of pause...)

“I wish that the world know how much I love them; I love them in My very heart. My Love and Mercy is for everyone...”

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