Hello brothers and sisters and Heartdwellers family. May you all be open to receive our Mother’s love and God’s mercy.
During prayer this morning I had such a longing to hear from the Lord and I was up at Blessed Mother’s praying tree. I couldn’t help staring at her painting and longing to hear from her as well. Then the Lord played a song “I Sought The Lord” by John Michael Talbot, and it’s about how wisdom came to visit a soul and how wonderful wisdom is and she gives prudence to all. I knew he was talking about Blessed Mother.
This past week has definitely been a trial of deep interior suffering, for sure. I had to sit in silence for a bit upon my phone dying shortly after. When I was ready to do the Lord’s Supper, I had to get up and I said to Blessed Mother and Jesus, “Psst I’ve missed you.” I didn’t expect Jesus to respond back.
Then I heard Jesus say,
“This storm has been hard, but this too shall pass.”
When I went to sit back down, I wasn’t sure if I should continue hearing more or go right into prayers in the Lord’s Supper. Many thoughts were coming to my heart, and I felt it was Blessed Mother speaking, so I began writing.
“Good morning Mother, I felt you begin speaking to me.”
However, my heart started hurting and that is always an indication that something is amiss, so I decided to go to Bible Promises to discern if these thoughts were from the Lord and got “Mercy”.
Isaiah 30:18, So the Lord wants to show you kindness. He waits on high to have loving pity on you. For the Lord is a God of what is right and fair. And good will come to all those who hope in Him.
So as I was pondering what that could mean I heard Our Mother of Mercy begin,
“Yes, My beloved little one, thank you for responding. Continue writing without hesitation, I have missed you as well. This message is indeed about Mercy, My beloved daughter, continue to write.”
At this point, she could still see my hesitation, but I continued writing.
“I want to explain how invoking the Mercy of God through my intercession is as if invoking God’s mercy Himself, for our Sacred Hearts are one and the same. You see, the Lord gave me His Heart at My conception. Not just favored graces and blessings that I retained, but I was made from the Heart of God and given the heart of God.
“That is why his passage could not have been through any other creature than Myself. It was the highest honor I was given by the mercy of the Lord, to truly become one with Him. It was my Holy Communion, just as when you receive the Lord and you become one with him as He enters your tabernacle, dwelling in your heart. I received the living Word, the living bread from Heaven, and as I was conceived, we became one. His conception through the Holy Spirit deepened our union even more. I had been so accustomed to communing with God, being one with him, that in my womb it only became a physical manifestation of what had already been done in my heart.
“At His birth, our hearts were now knitted together in a very physical way. That is why they call me Queen of the Martyrs. Many are unaware of my hidden life and the little known to many, seems I suffered little. But My beloved children, everything Jesus suffered, I suffered as well. We were one and the same. Every scorn, contempt, blasphemy, detraction, slander that was spoken against the heart of God, I felt ever so keenly, just as He felt it. Every look of disgust, ingratitude, the many degrading, and condescending thoughts of men that Jesus bore on a daily basis, I felt.
“And during His passion, I cannot even explain the agony. In the garden, I was there although not physically, but in the spirit, I was there. I too stayed up during the wee night hours when John, Peter and James could not watch but for an hour because of their grief, I stayed by His Side. I was there interceding for My Son, My Savior and Our Messiah for much courage, for grace, for power and most importantly for mercy for his enemies.”
Matthew 26:40, Then Jesus returned to the disciples and found them sleeping. “Were you not able to keep watch with Me for one hour?” He asked Peter.
“I watched, I prayed, and I stayed. As I held my chest rocking back and forth in such anguish, I wouldn’t be able to describe it. As I too was bathed in sweat and tears in submission to the Father’s will to give Him, whom I had loved, whom I had lived for, whom I had adored, into the Father’s hands for Him to be crushed for the redemption of mankind.
Isaiah 53:5, But he was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was on him, and by his wounds we are healed.
“When He was flogged and beaten, I felt every blow. and finally when his side was pierced, my heart was priced too with a sword, and I fainted under the weight of the pain. My beloved son, John, was there to hold me up and sustain me until I came to myself and was able to Hold My Son in my arms.”
And here she is referencing when they took him down from the cross.
Our Mother of Mercy continued,
“You see, my beloved children, to be your Mother of Mercy is to take the cup, the chalice of the Lord’s blood and water that flowed from his side, and entreat the Father on His behalf, for Mercy for you, for souls and the world. It was the blood and water that gushed forth from his side that sprayed not only the centurion, but all those who remained at the foot of the cross, Myself included. As Jesus obtained the grace for those who would be martyred for love of God, I obtained the grace for you that day. For all those who would be called to white martyrdom. A life of complete self-renunciation, self-denial, sacrifice and dying to self, offering, and giving up anything the Father requested of you or from you in complete submission to his will.
“Those who live their lives in this way and are called to such a blessed life will find me at the foot of their cross to encourage, to intercede, and to comfort them. Invoke My mercy, My beloved children, not just for the world but in your own lives, in every situation. There is no amount of misery that God’s mercy cannot cover. I am here to help you and love you through your various trials. I am your Mother of Mercy.”
That was the end of Our Mother of Mercy’s message.
What a beautiful message. It even gave me a deeper understanding of our Mother’s heart. Our Mother of Mercy Devotion website is live now. And there you can find out more of the devotion, how it began through Mother Clare, and print out free prayer cards to spread this devotion and to also pray the chaplet for yourselves and loved ones. We do live Facebook prayers Mon-Sunday on Our Mother of Mercy Facebook page and you can join me on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9am mountain time to pray with me. I have three other sisters who take a day to do the live prayer. Also, we now have prayer cards in six different languages, in German, Filipino, Portuguese, Spanish, and in Hindi where you can download them and print them for free. If you don’t have access to a printer and you would like prayer cards in English, we would love to mail you, your free prayer cards. Just fill out the form on our website with your mailing name and address at https://ourmotherofmercydevotion.org/order-gifts/ or, email: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send the prayer cards out to you.
God bless you family until the next message.