Hello, Brothers, Sister, and Heartdwellers family. May you receive the peace of God over your trials and become instruments of peace to a dying world.
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I have been bearing a heavy cross this past week as I saw several five, five, five’s in succession — like seven groups of them. The Lord always reveals that to me as grace for suffering because five is the number of grace and what He is saying is, grace, grace, grace will be given to you for what you’re about to go through.
The Lord revealed to me a major change coming my way and He has been so merciful to prepare my heart for it. So when I shared my burden in confession I left feeling a peace I couldn’t explain — and in the morning a supernatural strength to endure. I now knew I wasn’t bearing my cross alone — it had lifted a bit. However, that evening, and in the following morning during my time of worship, Holy Spirit began to give me songs about suffering again, and a trial coming. He played a song, by William Mc Dowell called, “I Give Myself Away/Say Yes”. I thought, uh oh, Lord what now? Please not another sacrifice or suffering on top of what I am carrying and what you have prepared me for. That song for me almost always means He will ask me to do something or go through something with great sacrifice. I wasn’t sure if I could handle any more. So guess what, lost I my peace completely. So This morning I was a bit more anxious than usual. Then my Gospel reading during my Lord’s Supper was
On the evening of that first day of the week, when the disciples were together, with the doors locked for fear of the Jewish leaders, Jesus came and stood among them and said, “Peace be with you!” 20 After he said this, he showed them his hands and side. The disciples were overjoyed when they saw the Lord. 21 Again Jesus said, “Peace be with you! As the Father has sent me, I am sending you.”
Upon receiving the Lord I came to hear from him, Good morning Lord,
Our Mother of Mercy began immediately speaking instead,
“My sweet little daughter.”
“Yes, My beloved little one, how you have allowed the anxieties of this world and personal cares to steal the Lord’s sweet peace and distract you from His presence.”
I am so sorry Mother. I felt I got hit yesterday pretty hard.
“…And you did, Beloved. Stop fearing the sacrifices he asks of you. Anytime He asks for your consent to something it isn’t always as bad as you may think it to seem. We have made our thoughts known to you, we have prepared you for the sacrifice that is coming, and you will be given the grace to say, yes which you already have. You also will be going home to tell your family of God’s mercy.”
And as an aside, I got the Rhema a couple of days ago that says “Go and tell your family of God’s Mercy in your life” I may be paraphrasing. I haven’t had that in a while and it could have meant, you guys, family here online, but I felt a check in my gut that I would be going back home to my family before the year is over. Then my mom and my sister, at different times asked me to visit. I got on my Facebook and looked at my memories and an old post was— guess — the exact same Rhema.
So I thought to myself, I think you’re trying to tell me something, Lord. I also had a dream last year of a life change in my family and the Lord confirmed it was from Him so I was wondering if I would be going home to prepare them for that. These were some of my thoughts.
So I asked Blessed Mother,
Is that what the song, Give Myself Self Away, Saying Yes, was about? I began to have anxiety that it was something else on the horizon again. This song is always about painful suffering.
Our Mother Of Mercy continued,
“Beloved, when the Lord asks for your yes, it may seem painful at times, and many times it is a painful sacrifice, and others times it’s a simple ‘Yes’ to the Lord to use you as his instrument. So we will send you forth as His instrument to be used once again, to prepare your family, to love on them, and bring them closer to My Son. You are a carrier of His peace, and they will need much peace after your visit for the days ahead to be fully confident in the Lord despite what they go through and what happens around the world.”
“That is what I want to talk with you about, my little one, and to all the brides of Christ. You all are My very little instruments of peace. When Jesus spoke to His disciples, ‘My peace I give to you My peace I leave with you,’ He did not leave one aspect of His nature in them — He transferred himself entirely to them, on them, and in by the power of the Holy Spirit. That everywhere their feet tread they would not only walk in God’s peace, but they would be carriers of it, able to deliver the peace of God and even retrieve it from a place they left.
When you enter a house, first say, ‘Peace to this house.’ If those who live there are peaceful, the blessing will stand; if they are not, the blessing will return to you.
All of you are being trained in the school of Peace. It is oh so very important for the times ahead. We cannot have anxious brides who are fearful and hopeless like everyone else. What is God’s Peace? It’s an innate knowing in your soul that He is in control. That He lives within you, and you are not alone. It is full confidence in His ability to lead, guide, and change any situation to bring Him glory and a knowledge of His power and protection.
That no matter what you face or what it may look like no weapon formed against you will not prosper or prevail against His will. When you are in His will, His perfect will, the Peace of God will envelop you and surround you. That even those around you will be able to tangibly see it and feel it. There is no restlessness or anxiety there because you know you are in his hands.”
As she was speaking this began to ring in my ears, St. Francis’s poem, “Lord make me an instrument of Your peace.”
Lord, make me an instrument of your peace. Where there is hatred, let me sow love; where there is injury, pardon; where there is doubt, faith; where there is despair, hope; where there is darkness, light, and where there is sadness, joy.
O Divine Master, grant that I may not so much seek to be consoled as to console to be understood as to understand; to be loved as to love. For it is in giving that we receive; it is in pardoning that we are pardoned, and it is in dying that we are born to eternal life. Amen.
—St. Francis of Assisi
“My beloved brides, I am calling you to become instruments and tools of this. You can breathe in God’s peace and breathe it out everywhere you go — in your home, in your family, in your marriages, in your relationships, in your communities, in your neighborhoods, and in the world. See yourself like this more and more because that is truly who you are. Do not allow the enemy of your soul to steal from you this great gift any longer.
“When you find your peace is gone know that the devils are around and have stolen from you and want to steal more. Immediately stop, recognize their influence, and breathe in His peace saying, ‘Jesus I trust in you, Jesus I trust in you, Jesus I trust in you. Thank you for your peace.’ And then rest in that. If anxiety still continues the next antidote is strong praise and worship.
“For you cannot come before the presence of God and not be changed. It is there that He will envelop you with His profound peace when you come before His throne of mercy in thanksgiving and praise. When you hear a word from him whether it be through Rhemas, a message, or His voice please, beloved ones, cling to that and no longer dismiss the move of His Spirit and how He has come to you.
As an aside, I got this Rhema that was a bit of admonishment for my unbelief. I received a message from Jesus the day before receiving this one and realized I lost my peace because I didn’t take the Lord’s words to heart when he had already told me what would happen and what the trial was about but rather I succumbed to the enemy’s suggestions and began to doubt what Jesus said to me. The Rhema was.
Never forget my words. If you do everything I teach you. You’ll reign in life! So make Wisdom your request— search for the revelation of life’s meaning. Don’t let what I say go in one ear and out the other!
Stick with wisdom and she will stick to you. Protecting your thoughts, your days. She’ll rescue all those who passionately listen to her voice. Wisdom is the most valuable commodity.
And Wisdom, by the way, in the Bible, happens to be, Blessed Mother. What a timely Rhema and admonishment to further confirm this message.
“Many lose your peace because of your doubt and fear. So He speaks, but you do not believe — when His Words are eternal and will anchor you in profound peace in the midst of any storm.
“I breathe on you now, blessed ones, receive, retain, and release the peace of God wherever you go.”
That was the end of Our Mother of Mercy’s message.