~ A Message From Mother Theresa to Sister Jahvani ~
Hello Heartdwellers family.
Once again, greetings in Jesus’ name. May the Lord bless you, keep you, and shine upon you.
Dear ones, a season is coming in our lives where we seriously take the path of the cross or the world. I struggle a lot to lay down myself. I was in adoration before the Blessed Sacrament, pouring out to the Lord my miseries and my poor faith, and I suddenly heard a voice. It came to my heart. It was Mother Teresa, but I brushed it off thinking she was a great Saint and I went to the Bible Promises, and I got ‘Holy Spirit’. I took my tab and began writing.
Mother Theresa began,
“Sweet Jahnavi, you are loved, much loved, not because you have done something, for you have trusted the Lord amidst of your trials and difficulties. The Lord is wanting to- [He] has much to give to you. Time will come dear, you are moving, moving into greater faith, things are coming for you, much good is coming, please believe. My dear, I suffered too on the streets of Calcutta, it was not easy to love. I suffered interiorly, for I felt a painful separation from the Lord. I suffered a lack of His presence, His word; neither [had I] a single window open to His comfort and love.
“Jahnavi, we know how much you suffer with lack of love. Dear, this is love. You want to endure and suffer for the Lord. I was impatient too, I had much to do, I was a sari-clad simple nun, a nobody with nothing. I was left on the streets myself to tend to the wounded and the ones with leprosy – do you know how hard it was? For I faced hostility from within my order and also from outside. My joy was only to suffer in Christ. I knew nothing but this: that He suffered for me and I had to follow His path. My dear children, don’t treat your sufferings lightly. He values them.
“When I began my ministry, I was deeply humbled by own circumstances, I carried a dream like you with no means, nothing in my hand. I simply stepped out with faith with the ambition to serve Christ and serve the poor the needy and the sick. When I bandaged the lepers I bandaged Christ, when I cried for them, I wiped the tears of Christ, for I was bringing His love to them. You know nothing dear [of] what it means to serve with love. It’s not daily breakfast; it is Eucharistic love coming soon in you, broken for us to mend us.
“The Lord loves you and all His children, so be encouraged and come and bathe in His Eucharistic love. Don’t be afraid to spend much time there in His presence. The more [time] you spend, the more you will find Him. So be encouraged and come to Him, He is there waiting for you, waiting to know you and reveal Himself to you. So keep coming and bless Him by visiting Him, knowing Him, touching Him with your love.”
That was the end of the great saint’s message.
Family, I encourage you, the Lord is close to us. I am not qualified at all to receive the Saints or even the Lord Himself. However, your state is – the Lord wants you to have a deep relationship with Him. So we need to open our hearts regardless of how messy it may be. With faith, if you believe and come before His Eucharistic presence, the Lord will bless you and reveal Himself to you, as Mother Teresa said “He is waiting for us.”
This message came to me [as] I was struggling to spend time before the Lord. This message encouraged me that we will receive and will find much before the Blessed Sacrament. Those who don’t have the Monstrance don’t worry. On YouTube, there are channels with live adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. Open it and sit before Him. The Lord sees you and He will open the doors for you to have the gift of intimacy.
May you all receive His gracious presence. Amen.