The Crucified Jesus Inspires Us “console him’

Hello Family,

I know many are in a valley of confusion and uncertainty in our nation, but we must remember God sits on the throne and he is in control. As we wait and are so consumed in ourselves, what we’re feeling, what is going on around us and what is being said we often forget that Jesus is hurting. 

Yes, although God, He is fully man and our beloved spouse is hurting guys. He desperately needs to be loved and consoled in this hour.  He has called all of us to carry many heavy crosses of affliction not only to sanctify us but for the salvation of souls, for our President Trump and for the entire world. We are at the brink of so many things. So many lives that will be lost.  So many innocent and poor souls that will be affected and harmed.  As it is written Matthew 24:6 You will hear of wars and rumors of wars but see to it that you are not alarmed. Such things must happen, but the end is still to come.

Jesus tells us that these things must happen before the end comes upon us. We forget sometimes that He is also a Father who birthed each soul from his heart, and He is a lover who has called each soul to be his bride and He is a friend who died for love and created us for love. Yet, is left unwanted, rejected, disdained, scorned and even hated by the very souls he created. His own children who will be lost forever in the abyss of the fires of hell for all eternity. HIs heart is breaking guys, so broken by what must happen and His precious ones who will be lost. There is place in his heart that can never be repaired because it was created uniquely for a soul who chose too no longer be there. 

Jesus is suffering, yes, He too suffers on the waves of agony and looks desperately for his bride to console him. We often run to Jesus to be consoled, but because Love makes itself vulnerable who will be there when He needs consoling? When He needs encouragement? When He needs love and when He needs to be embraced and told “I love you Jesus, I am here for you Lord, I am here.” Who will it be? I pray it’s you my fellow brides. Run to your Jesus and there hold his bleeding head in your arms. Take the crown that He still wears for the scorn and contempt He faces daily and wipe the blood from his brow for the sins many commit against the Holy Spirit.

Go to the cross and stay at his feet looking up at a crucified Christ all bloody and beaten for your sins and the sins of the world who still thirst for love, your love. Then climb on the cross with him as you lay right hand on top of his and place your left hand on top of his nail pierce hands and rest your head on his heart that beats rapidly and burst out of brokenness to provide mercy for the whole world. Are you suffering gravely now? Unite every sacrifice, every trial, every tear, every prayer, every frustration, every confusion,  every delay, every inconvenience and pain you’re going thru to the cross. He needs it and He needs you.

This morning in prayer I got the reading to “Console Jesus”. I immediately saw myself sitting with Jesus on a rock on top of a high mountain. He was wearing a white robe and white prayer shawl over his head.  He was looking off in the distance with so much on his mind and I knew his heart was heavy. We didn’t have to speak to each other because I knew, I knew as I rested my head on his shoulder then slipped my right hand into his and clasped his hand. Telling him “I am here Lord, I am here”. Then when I looked down at his arms, I realized it had turned bloody and all wounded as I was now sitting with the wounded Christ. He now had the crown on and was completely covered in blood as he continued to look on in the distance and I looked at him in horror at his degenerate state. I clung to his arm even firmer telling him I wouldn’t let go that I am here, to stay and share in his suffering. I then realized are arm was becoming one. As my body began to enter into his. 

Then I was now placed at the foot of the cross as I looked up to my crucified spouse. So bloody, beaten and unrecognizable gasping for air to breath. I cried thinking what can I do, as I held on to the bottom of the cross touching his feet saying, Jesus I am here, I am here. I knew in my heart that he wanted me to climb up and be with him on the cross. So, I did, as I climbed up in my white wedding gown and laid myself on top of him and rested my head on his chest and I could hear heart beating so fast as his bloody bruised chest was going up and down. Up and down as his breath got raspier because blood was filling up his lungs. I thought to myself how I could continue to complain about my afflictions. Complain about my trials that now seemed so trivial compared with his. How could I complain with the splinters from the cross He has given me? When He did this for love of me and still suffers now for the world. I then embraced him even on the cross as if to also now embrace the crosses He has given me and will give me for love of him and love of souls.

When I came out of this, tears streamed down my cheeks as I apologized to him for my unfaithfulness the past couple of days and how I have been self-absorbed in my own sorrow, but never attending to his. Then I got a reading from Imitation of Mary and Blessed Mother was speaking to me about how the cross of Jesus should inspire us to persevere in our own trials. I felt strongly she wanted me to share this with all the Lords brides because we are all going through it and she wants us to fix our eyes on the cross and console Jesus as well. He is hurting even as we suffer. He is suffering with us and for us.

Blessed Mother began,

My beloved children, I kept before my eyes a cogent model: Jesus crucified. He spoke only words of peace; He suffered with perfect resignation to His Father’s will; He asked that His executioners might be pardoned through the merits of His sacrifice. I watched Him carefully; I entered into His heart and tried to make all His sentiments my own. As I saw Him give His life so generously for men amid the most fearful suffering. I learned to make the generous sacrifice of what was dearest to me in all the world: Jesus Himself.

My children, you find at the foot of the cross as I did, comfort in bitter suffering, strength when you are beaten down, and courageous resignation in sacrifices God ask of you. When you are afflicted, do not go looking to men for comfort; their compassion is barren and soon wearies. After giving you their sympathy, they finally become bored by the narrative of your sufferings and, in the end, by your very presence.

Then you will be left to yourself and your thoughts, and you will find the burden of grief ever heavier to carry. The effort you will make to pull out the arrow that wounds you will often serve only to push it deeper into your flesh.

 In the hour of battle, my children, arm yourself with the image of Jesus on His cross. Let the crucifix be your first source of help on the days of darkness and misfortune. However, slack your courage may be, you will find strength there. However strong the bitter taste in your heart, you will find consolation there. Do you suffer because of what men do to you? Behold on the cross the most outraged of fathers, the most scorned of masters, the most abandoned of friends, the most persecuted of just men. Do you suffer from hell’s attack? Contemplate Jesus on the cross as He is buffeted by hell’s wrath. Will you dare complain that heaven treats you too severely when you see the sternest of the Heavenly Father toward His beloved Son? To punish you for your sins God sends you some temporal trials; but what are these when compared to what Jesus suffered in order to rescue you from eternal punishment? As you gaze at your crucifix, say; “I was redeemed by the extreme suffering of God. It is only right that the redeemed soul should attain some likeness to is redeemer through suffering. 

My children, if you cannot have the consolation of resembling Jesus in virtue, at least have the consolation (your crucifix will say to you) of resembling Him somewhat in suffering. Have recourse to Him in every evil, anguish, and temptation.

Kiss your crucifix affectionally, bathe it in your tears, slap it lovingly to your breast. Imagine that you are on Calvary and are allowed to embrace the feet of your God who is suffering and dying for you. Tell Him of you’re afflictions, unite them to His, and ask Him to help you find them easier to bear. Ask this merciful Savior to let you hear from His cross some strengthening words that will help you endure your anguish of soul. Tell Him you will not let Him go until He has restored your peace and tranquility and strengthened you with His grace. If you are faithful to this holy exercise, your tears will be dried up, you will have peace again, courage will replace weakness, the cross will no longer be so heavy for you and bitterness will be changed into joy.

If you still have much to suffer, try to stir up in yourself the patience, resignation and love which made the Apostle say; “I rejoice when I endure weakness, insults, hardships, persecutions, and distress for the sake of Christ (2 Corinthians 12:10)”

That was the end of Blessed Mother message to us.

So, my fellow brides will you console your Jesus tonight?

Mercy Chino- “Oh Jesus”

When You Mess Up, Don’t Run From Him But Too Him

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I found myself this weekend kind of avoiding my alone time with the Lord as my heart and mind were swarming with thoughts of discouragement, frustration, weariness, discontent, and confusion. For the past couple of days I have been having difficulty in hearing from the Lord clearly and I would seek him for a rhema word  yet not really understand what he was directing me to do. I was getting words from him about “Laziness” twice in a row (eeeh I hate getting that besides sin and pride, makes me cringe) The rhema book provided scriptures on slothfulness so anytime the Holy Spirit gives me laziness it definitively not a good thing. He then also gave me rhemas about specifically being given priceless gifts from heaven and I need to use them or on that day before the Lord I will have many sorrows. So I felt the Holy Spirit telling me  I am being passive or lazy about work, ministry work to be exact. Not utilizing my gifts for the kingdom with the time he has given me. The confusion came because I am not working at this time which I strongly believe was a commission from the Lord to trust him to open the door to the place he wants me at and not just any job.  Then he gave me another rhema of “Submitting to Authority” I began to see how serious he was thinking what have I missed because I have been patiently waiting for 8 months, so getting this word twice threw me in a spat of confusion. Which of course opened the door to the enemies oppression.

James 4:7
Submit yourselves, then, to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you.

I began to entertain lies from the enemy and get in my flesh. I found myself complaining and honestly being frustrated with the Lord ( I know) but, I was. It has been difficult this season being back home believing it was God’s will. Babysitting watching my nieces pretty mush the whole half of the day whiles my sister works. Then trying to squeeze ministry work in late at night even staying up way into the AM just to get things done. So as I began to resist the Lords admonishments I opened my heart to receive all the arrows of the enemy saying ” I missed God”, “whats the point”, “everything I am doing is in vain anyway” “what I am doing is not good enough”, “He was the one who told you to come here so how can he expect you to be focused in this environment”. Yes I began to entertain all these thoughts and lies, as I did I began to run to food for comfort as well in the midst of my fast, just feeling like throwing in the towel to give up already. Thoughts of overwhelming sadness, my heart hurting, disappointment grief, and condemnation came over me. So I knew I had to rush into prayer to repent, ask the Lord to clean my heart but I had been avoiding this the whole day. I knew Jesus doesn’t condemn but, I kept thinking oh how I bet he will be disappointment and I deserve this oppression and to be honest I just didn’t feel like praying .

(SIDE NOTE: SPIRITUAL WARFARE 101 Whenever in your walk with the Lord you don’t feel like praying that’s when you NEED TO PRAY all that the more!)

However, when I finally stop fighting my flesh and got into prayer so I can pour my heart out before the Lord in tears. I saw a picture impression upon my heart, of course it wasnt a mad God who had his finger pointing at me saying “how could you”, I am mad at you, or even disappointment. No, I saw Jesus with the sweetest smile just waiting and before I could say or do anything I felt him say “Come hear” and he held me ever so tightly so close to his heart as my head was under his chin. All I could do was began to cry and cry. After a few of him holding me I wanted to let go and look him in the face and he wouldn’t let me as if to say. Its okay, just rest hear don’t be so quick to do anything but just stay right here and He held me even more tightly with the greatest compassion and love. I was like Jesus I don’t deserve this, and he said your right you don’t but its my mercy and love for you, that will never change. We had the sweetest communion and of course the Holy Spirit picked the best songs about falling short, stumbling into sin and the last to not give up!

I realized in prayer that I had been walking in a posture of entitlement before the Lord which the root is all pride. That in giving my whole life to the Lord and upon walking in obedience in the midst of this suffering I deserved some things and If they were not coming I had every right to be frustrated. I couldn’t believe how nasty my heart was, wow that I felt entitled. I felt the holy spirit tell me “We don’t deserve his goodness or his judgment”. Wow, we don’t deserve neither, when the Lord saves us, transforms us and even reveals himself to us its all by his mercy. We don’t deserve any of that and when we walk in condemnation, guilt or shame and we believe or the enemy tells us we deserve consequences that’s a lie because we don’t deserve that either. Jesus took upon the cross all of these things so we can walk free freedom as a son or daughter of God without condemnation. How many Christians feel that way in their hearts sometimes and both thoughts make us run away from God rather than too him. The beautiful thing is what we are entitled too as Christians is Free grace, mercy, love, compassion, and companionship because of the sacrifice and blood of our sweet Jesus! SO RUN TO HIM NOT FROM HIM, YOU ARE FORGIVEN!

-From Jesus with Love

 

 

 

 

Jesus says “Console Me”

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I have come to know the Lord in the most intimate way through suffering. The dreaded word many Christians don’t want to hear or go through but very much apart of a believers life. The Lord never said that this world would be perfect full of love, peace  and joy no he actually warned us that we would have trials and tribulation but to take heart because He has already overcome! Were called to be overcomers in a ever increasing dark, angry, deteriorating world. The times were living in our treacherous when many are looking for answer’s, protection, hope and love in  all the wrong places which can only be found in Jesus! He is indeed coming back very soon!

John 16:33
I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.”

There is a mystery in suffering, that our God suffers with us too. Suffering is caused because of sin and  we live in a fallen world. Jesus took the sins of he world upon him on the cross yet still suffers with us and will continue too until the world is restored to righteousness at the end of the age. We serve a God who is very human and many times we forget. As many go about there day business as usual and act as if God is so far away from all that is going on in the world blaming him but, oh how very present he is and near to the brokenhearted. His heart grieves for the many souls who lose their lives, who go through trials, who are hurting and especially the ones who don’t know him. His heart grieves for the many who still blaspheme his name, who reject him, mock him, who love wickedness and hate truth. He hears the cries of all in this fallen world and when one tear drops those are his tears he cries through them, therefore not one tear hits the ground unnoticed by Jesus. How his heart breaks desperately for his children every day and when you lay down your life to suffer with Jesus he will let you in on whats on his heart.  Now more than ever Jesus desires consolement, yes our God desires to be comforted by his creation, by his children, by none other than his bride. Which is a sweet consolation to his wounded heart. Will you console Jesus in this hour?

With great suffering comes great intimacy, trust and understanding

Jesus what’s on your heart? 

“These are turbulent times my beloved, turbulent times. I am hurting and suffering with the world. Many of my children are doing things for me but, very few are WITH me. I desire to be with my bride in this hour don’t wander off in doing things for me my beloved but, stay close to me. Console me, my beloved console me. Heal the wounded heart of your king, your Lord with worship, with your time and with you praise. Your prayers are a sweet incense that draws me out of the pain of this dying world into the chambers of my bride’s heart where I am strengthen and comforted by your response to my call. Console me my beloved console me. Many desire to pitch their tents on the mountain of prosperity but, so very few….very few will pitch their tents in the Garden of Gethsemane with me. Where my heart resides still making intercession for souls to come to me. Will you suffer with me my bride? Will you drink the cup of bitterness as I did and still tasting until all is return to me? Will you pitch your tent in Gethsemane? I am lonely my beloved, I long for my brides affection, her attention to detach from all the distractions and business of this world and be with me. Will you watch and pray? Console me, my beloved Console me.”

Your suffering King and Bridegroom-Jesus