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(Message # 891)
10/8/1993
Go and Sit and Be with Me There

Nancy was preparing for her upcoming talks in South America. Jesus appeared and said, "No greater graces exist than the graces of one Holy Mass. I invite My children to come to Me in the Holy Mass."

Nancy then saw a vision of the outline of the continent of South America.



"No greater graces exist than the graces of one Holy Mass."



Jesus continued, "To all My children in South America, you have many beautiful churches. Go and sit and be with Me there.

"As you stop and greet a friend, I invite you to stop in My home and talk to Me. My arms are outstretched and I am waiting to embrace each one of you.

"You say you can not hear Me. I invite you to come and sit with Me and, in the silence of your heart, you will hear Me. Come often, precious children.

"Many of you are rejected by your parents. I will never reject you. You are seeking guidance and direction, then come to Me. I will help you.

"Love Me, dear children, as I love you."

Nancy asked George, who was writing down the message, "How can we do that? How can we love as God loves?"

George replied, "God's love is a love of sacrificing Himself for us and so we should sacrifice ourselves for others for His sake in love."

George turned to page 25 in the pamphlet I Wait for You - Jesus' Lament Over Man's Indifference published by Tan Books and Publishers, Inc., Rockford, Il 61105. The pamphlet presents some of the spoken revelations of Jesus to Sister Josefa Menendez. George read the following words of Jesus:

"Love gives Itself as food to Its own and this food is the substance which gives them their life and sustains them."

George gave the pamphlet to Nancy and Nancy saw the above words glow in mystical light. George said, "Jesus' Eucharistic love gives Himself as food. This food, love, is the substance which gives them their life and sustains them. Love is life; life is love."

Nancy said, "If God can



"Look at what I give you in every Mass:
My love completely,
My Body, My Blood, My Soul, My Divinity."



change food in your body into living cells within you, then why can He not change bread into Himself?"

Jesus then said, "Look at what I give you in every Mass: My love completely, My Body, My Blood, My Soul, My Divinity."

George said, "Wow!"

Jesus replied, "If only My youth would say the same thing."



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August 15, 2009
Feast of the Assumption


Many of Nancy's mystical experiences occur within the context of the Mass.  Although God is present everywhere, the Mass is the moment in time when she is most in touch with the Divine.  Again, it is the peak of our prayer-life. 

This day was the Feast of the Assumption, a solemnity in the Catholic Church.  On this day, the Church contemplates the Virgin Mary being taken up to heaven by the power of God in both body and soul.  In her, the Church foresees what will happen to us at the end of time when Jesus will return a second time to judge both the living and the dead.  We shall rise from the dead and if we have been faithful to the end, we shall, like our Lady, share fully in the resurrection of Jesus Christ. 

During today's Mass, as we were saying the "Gloria"...Glory to God in the Highest and Peace to His people on earth..." and when we reached the words that refer to Jesus as "You alone are the Holy One, You alone are the Lord; You alone are the Most High Jesus Christ..." at that very moment, Jesus manifested himself to Nancy all in dazzling white with a cross of white light shining in front of Him.  

Then, during the first reading, Nancy could see angels in attendance, taking an adoring stance as they listened to the Word being read.  When she heard the words that Mt. Zion was chosen by the Lord, a cross of white shone up above suspended in the air. But, why Mt. Zion?  What is the significance of this mount?

We know from the bible (2 Samuel 5:7) that after King David seized the fortress of Mt. Zion, it became known as the "City of David" (1 Kings 8:1).  When his son, Solomon, became king, Zion became synonymous with the city of Jerusalem and the people of God.  By New Testament times, its meaning expanded to mean the Kingdom of God and the Holy Edifice of which Jesus is the cornerstone (1 Peter 2:6).  Mt Zion is also the exact location where Jesus celebrated the last supper and instituted the sacrament of the Eucharist and Priesthood.  Plus, in that same area of Mt. Zion around the building of the last supper, were many houses that belonged to the early Christians among whom was Mary, the Mother of the Christ.

Later on at the Mass, Jesus spoke to Nancy and gave her a private message regarding her terminal illness.  A light was present at the Mass.  Two lights flashed.before her and.a cross of white light shone, reminding her that through the cross Jesus saved and redeemed the world.

Nancy asked, "Are these words for me?"

Jesus answered, "They are indeed for you."

A beautiful Catholic Family was present at the Mass with their children; they were into karate as part of their hobbies.  The priest knew this.  As he was talking about heaven, he was inspired to ask one of the children, "So tell me, when we go to heaven will there be any Karate up there?" 

The 10 year old did not hesitate to answer, saying, "No, Father, in heaven there will be no karate!"

"Why is that?" The Priest asked amused by the child gregariousness.

"Because in Heaven everything is peaceful", the boy answered with a smile.  As soon as the child said that, Nancy saw once again a beautiful Cross of white light appear again, for the way of the cross leads to the glory of Heaven.  The boy was right!  We were all glad with his response.  All the material things we do on earth, especially for self defense will no longer be necessary in the Kingdom of God where we will enjoy perfect security, love, and peace.

After the Mass, Nancy was talking with friends about the prospect of receiving treatment for her illness when the image of Christ all in light appeared again to reassure us that we are not alone when facing illness.  God may allow sickness for a reason, but he is surely there at our side to carry our cross.  All we have to do is call upon Him and His sweet Mother and they will encourage us along the way.

 


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