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“When you meditate today on the miracle of My birth in the manger, I invite you to contemplate the Benevolent Heart of My Eternal Father. For it is in one magnificent act of Divine Love and Divine Mercy combined, that the Eternal Word was made flesh for the salvation of all generations. Yet, I tell you, if there had been but one soul in the world in need of redemption, My Father in His Eternal Compassion, still would have brought Me into the world. His Will is perfect and is One with Mercy and Love.”
“Who can choose which is greater then–His Mercy or His Love. These two are inseparable and united, and comprise His Divine Will. So you see, in all things and in every event is His Divine Plan–His Divine Will, His Mercy and His Love.”
“Let today, this Christmas Day, be a celebration of My Father’s Divine Will. Carry your thanksgiving to His Eternal Heart–the Heart which chooses to engulf Our United Hearts in Divine Mercy and Divine Love. Let us rejoice together in this truth.”
Christmas DayBlessed Mother says: “Praise be to Jesus.””My children, realize that the importance of My Son’s Birth in Bethlehem was not known or understood by much of the world’s population at that time. Even in His Public Ministry, the ones whom He came to save did not accept Him.””These days, the Messages and the Mission here receive no worldly acclaim nor approvals either. But this Mission remains a gift to humanity in many ways – just as My Son’s Birth was the most wondrous of gifts that has ever or will ever be given.””Today, I wish each and every one a Holy Christmas that will last in their hearts throughout the year.”
Christmas DayOur Lady comes, holding the Infant Jesus. He has Two Fingers raised as though in a blessing. He says: I am your Jesus, born Incarnate.””Make peace in the womb and you will have peace in the world.”They fade, and a luminous cross is in the air. Many angels are around it.
St. Francis de Sales says: “Praise be to Jesus.”
“During this present day, the meaning of Christmas has become a paradox. While it should be a celebration of the Birth of the Lord – the Word made Flesh – many celebrate only in a material way. Giving no longer holds the meaning of generosity and thanksgiving for favors rendered over the past year. Giving has been met with a greed for material things and the gifts that are passing have become the focus of celebration.”
“In all of this frenzy for the things of this world, the King of this world – Jesus – has been forgotten. Jesus was born in the humblest of settings – a manger. He did not come with pomp, but with humility. Yet, the powers and rulers of the world feared Him. He came to proclaim the Truth – not to appear important. He came to challenge error – not to appease it. He did not wish to impress, but to convict consciences. In the end, He was stripped of all dignity and yet His Mission was successful.”
“His life points the way past the frivolous and unnecessary goods of the world. His life highlights the importance of love in the heart.”
“This Christmas let the Savior come into your heart – a heart emptied of worldly concerns. Allow Him to rest there in the manger of Holy Love that has transformed your heart.”
Read Titus 2:11-14 *
Synopsis: Jesus came as our Savior, teaching us to reject all ungodly, worldly concerns and to live with Holy Love in our hearts, looking to Christ’s example, Who gave Himself for our redemption.
For the grace of God has appeared for the salvation of all men, training us to renounce irreligion and worldly passions, and to live sober, upright, and godly lives in this world, awaiting our blessed hope, the appearing of the glory of our great God and Savior Jesus Christ, Who gave Himself for us to redeem us from all iniquity and to purify for Himself a people of His own who are zealous for good deeds.
* -Scripture verses asked to be read by St. Francis de Sales.
-Scripture taken from the Ignatius Bible.
-Synopsis of Scripture provided by spiritual advisor.