Dedicated to my Lord Jesus Christ in thanks for His infinite mercy
It's so sad that many find it hard to believe.God bless.
Thanks for the link to your Wake Up post Mary. I can sure relate to your wanting to write one thing and God wanting another. If we are going to take the nails from Him and His Church, He has to win!I am going through your "Word" posts in order since some of them were before my follow time. I am also going back over some of Mark Mallet's posts. Like I told you before, when he talks, I listen and am usually driven to more prayer.Thanks for courageously speaking out.
Victor,It's due to the hardness of hearts. This image of the state of the Mystical Body of Christ was impressed upon me and it is heartbreaking.
Karin,Some of them may be on "Out of Babylon". My original intention was to publish all the words there but this site seems to be the one that was read the most so I switched over. The important aspect is not to look at the weakness of the "vehicle" but rather what is being said. God can speak through a rock if He so chooses.You know my thoughts on Mark Mallett :) I am doing the very same thing you are doing, by the way.
I am so grateful for what you're saying, Mary. Like Karinann, I'm going back through your "Word" posts.Thank you.
Nancy,Every once in a while I republish them. The Lord has been calling us "out of Babylon" for many years. Babylon symbolizes the slavery of sin. I started getting words, dreams, and warnings soon after my experience before the Divine Mercy many years ago. A number of these were personal words or words for individuals but a number of them were what I can only call warnings and the Lord pleading for us to "wake up". When I became aware of Mark Mallett's site 3 or 4 years ago I was shocked to find that he too was getting similar words ( but in FAR more detail). I would often get a witness in the spirit when I visited his site and I even got a word about Mark Mallett himself once. So, I believe he has a true prophetic gift though I know there are people out there who disagree. St. Faustina wrote it all clearly on page 333 of her diary and I have written these words on my blog so many times in hopes that people would stumble across them and accept the mercy of Jesus. But those who will not accept His mercy will have to walk in His justice. Similar to the flood in Noah's days. Many souls were saved during that flood. So I guess we could say that God's justice is still a mercy. It's all about saving souls.
Mary, have you been locked out of your blog? You've been awfully quiet.