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April 4, 2006

She arises…message bold!

Filed under: Morning Star — Bruce @ 11:54 am

Yet she arises as foretold,
crowned countenance bright, message bold,
from mother fires strength to change,
ancient fervor growing cold.

Mary is with us today as never before in history. Her appearances in modern history, over the past 100 or so years and before, demonstrate the seriousness of the times. A day is as a 1000 years to God Scripture says, and a 1000 years as a day. It is not different with Mary who abides now in God. Her appearances in modern history can all be taken as one, and the most recent one coming is Medjugorje.

She came there as a woman crowned with 12 stars just as is foretold in the Book of Revelation. “A great sign appeared in the sky, a woman clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet, and on her head a crown of twelve stars.”
(RV 12:1) That is not an accident. We are in the ‘end times’! She has said it. Whatever that is to mean to us it is serious. She is not being meek. She is boldly calling us all. Go to www.Medjugorje.com and read the messages. They are powerful! Yes, it is true, that these apparitions are not yet approved, but that is partly because they cannot be approved until they are over and they are not over! When they are over Mary has said they will be approved, but in the words of Our Lady herself, too late for what is coming! Too late for some to convert! So she always boldly states: “Convert now!”.

And she doesn’t tell us to do that without affording her motherly strength and promise to help us. If we convert she will help us. As in all things, we must act first. We have free will. We need to exercise that free will and make a choice for God! Having made the choice, and as we work to begin to do what Mary, and the Gospel, asks of us, she is with us. She will give us the strength to change. She will draw us away from being cold and indifferent to God to being on fire with love of God and neighbor and ready for what is coming. Thank you Mary! Thank you Mother! Blessed be the Lord!

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