Saturday, December 15, 2012

A Conversation with Jesus Present in the Blessed Sacrament

I have a lot to thank Jesus and Mary for!

Taken from Christian Warfare (Pocket Edition) Page 88-89 {bolded words: my inclusion}

The Christian (You or Me): 

Speak, Lord, Thy humble servant heareth.


To please me, O my son, it is not necessary to know much, but to love much, to deeply regret having offended me, and to be truly resolved to remain faithful in the future.

Speak to me, as you would to your best friend. Tell me what is in your mind, on your heart; speak without fear, with the simplicity of a child. Expose first of all your wretchedness: How you are still selfish, proud, irritable, flippant, cowardly before sacrifice, lazy at work, inconstant, sensual ... Take courage, there are in heaven Saints who had the same weaknesses. They triumphed over them with my grace. Ask for it with confidence.

The Christian:

O Lord, Thy goodness confounds me. Yes I ask for powerful graces so as not to give in to my passions. But I have other worries too.


O Yes! I know; I have placed the cross on your shoulders and you find it very heavy. But remember that I carried it first, and that it is through the cross that you will obtain your salvation, by sharing in my sufferings. The cross, generously accepted, will merit for you an infinite reward in heaven. Meditate on my Passion, and you will have the courage to support every fatigue, sickness, abandonment, betrayal, injury, calumny, false accusation, loneliness, and interior struggles. In all of these sufferings, recall my words: "Come to me all ye who labour and are burdened and I will give you rest", and come and ask me for strength and patience.

The Christian:

But, Lord, I am not here only for myself; there are souls who are dear to me, who have asked for my prayers.


Yes, I want you to ask for many graces for those who are dear to you: For your parents, for your friends; but pray also for those whose words have offended you, who have done you some evil or desired to hurt you; for poor sinners, the misguided, and the indifferent; for all those who are afflicted or suffering.

The Christian:

Confident in Thy merciful Heart, I pray for all of these intentions. Do not look upon my sins, but upon Thy holy Wounds, and by Thy Passion; deign to hear all of my prayers.


Now my beloved son, promise me to be faithful to all your Christian duties, and go to your occupations. But return soon, return with a pure heart, emptied of the love of the world and creatures, so that I can fill it with the gifts of my love.

I give you my blessing and my peace. 

Pax tecum.


What peace and what love. I do not ever want to lose this. My Angel, please always help me.


O Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us those who have recourse to thee and for all who do not have recourse to thee, especially for the Freemasons and for those who are commended to thy care.

Jesus, Mary, Joseph, Anne, Therese, I love You; Save Souls!

Jesu mitis et humilis corde, Fac cor nostrum secundum Cor tuum. (ter)

Deus propitius esto mihi peccatori

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