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(Message # 203)
What Is Your Highest Goal?

Before Mass, the song verse "In Him we live, in Him we move" came to Nancy's mind. She couldn't remember the words of the song nor the title.

Later while she was praying after Mass and thinking about her talk in Greenville, S.C, she heard Jesus say interiorly, "Begin reflecting on the word goal."

Nancy recalled what Jesus asked her one day a few minutes before a prayer meeting, "What is your highest goal?"

Jesus then said, "Union with Me forever."

[Similar words can be found on page 2 in "My Daily Bread" on "Man's Purposes on Earth"]

Then Nancy began to think about the Stations of the Cross and Jesus' words to her, "All parts converge into one. There is one goal."

Nancy asked Jesus to, "Please give me more. Please speak to me in the reading today."

As Nancy randomly opened "My Daily Bread" to page 195, "Conflicting Emotions". Jesus told Nancy to write the words, which she did, in her diary. Nancy felt a bolt of chills. Nancy later asked, "Jesus, please tell me when to stop writing."

"Continue to write and speak My words to My children," Jesus said as Nancy knelt before the Blessed Sacrament. An angel appeared. Nancy continued to write the words appearing on page 196 of "My Daily Bread".

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Rosary Novena for Nancy's Healing
August 6 to 14, 2009
August 1, 2009  | August 2, 2009  | August 6, 2009 | August 7, 2009  
August 8, 2009  | August 9, 2009 | August 11, 2009

August 7, 2009
Day 2 - Rosary Novena for Nancy's Healing

Prior to this Novena, Nancy was already praying the rosary alone.  During the rosary, she realized, however, that she was not alone, for she saw a vision of light and in this light there appeared 4 people.  Who could they be?  She did not know, for they did not speak words.  Their presence alone was eloquent enough.  They shone in resplendent light and kept Nancy company as she prayed.  What a comforting thought to know that we are never alone.  God is always with us and His Mother is also present.  Our Guardian angel always keeps watch.  We are part of the communion of saints who never cease to intercede for us and with us, so that, after the temptuous sea of this world, we may all at last reach the safe harbor of heaven.

In fact as the Catechism of the Catholic Church says:

957 Communion with the saints. "It is not merely by the title of example that we cherish the memory of those in heaven; we seek, rather, that by this devotion to the exercise of fraternal charity the union of the whole Church in the Spirit may be strengthened. Exactly as Christian communion among our fellow pilgrims brings us closer to Christ, so our communion with the saints joins us to Christ, from whom as from its fountain and head issues all grace, and the life of the People of God itself":

956 The intercession of the saints. "Being more closely united to Christ, those who dwell in heaven fix the whole Church more firmly in holiness. . . . They do not cease to intercede with the Father for us, as they proffer the merits which they acquired on earth through the one mediator between God and men, Christ Jesus. . . . So by their fraternal concern is our weakness greatly helped."

Do not weep, for I shall be more useful to you after my death and I shall help you then more effectively than during my life.

(St. Theresa, the Little Flower).


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