Tragedy of Realization


 

by A Friend of Medjugorje


Following is Our Lady’s message of December 2, 2014, given on the day of prayer for non-believers:
 

“Dear children, Remember - for I am telling you that love will win. I know that many of you are losing hope because around you, you see suffering, pain, jealousy, envy... But, I am your mother. I am in the Kingdom but am also here with you. My Son is sending me anew to help you. Therefore, do not lose hope, instead, follow me - because the victory of my heart is in the name of God. My beloved Son is thinking of you as He has always thought of you. Believe Him and live Him. He is the Life of the world. My children, to live my Son means to live the Gospel. This is not easy. This means love, forgiveness and sacrifice. This purifies and it opens the Kingdom. Sincere prayer, which is not only words but is a prayer which the heart speaks, will help you. Likewise fasting (will help you), because it is still more of love, forgiveness and sacrifice. Therefore, do not lose hope but follow me. I am imploring you anew to pray for your shepherds so that they may always look to my Son who was the first Shepherd of the world and whose family was the entire world. Thank you.”

 



Our Lady said today the words “jealousy and envy”. There is a great deal of envy against Medjugorje. The definitions follow:


Jealousy:

1. Suspicious; apprehensive of rivalship; uneasy through fear that another has withdrawn or may withdraw from one the affections of a person he loves, or enjoy some good which he desires to obtain.

2. Suspicious that we do not enjoy the affection or respect of others, or that another is more loved and respected than ourselves.

3. Emulous; full of competition.

4. Solicitous to defend the honor of; concerned for the character of.

5. Suspiciously vigilant; anxiously careful and concerned for.

6. Suspiciously fearful.

 

Envy:

1. To feel uneasiness, mortification or discontent, at the sight of superior excellence, reputation or happiness enjoyed by another; to repine at another’s prosperity; to fret or grieve one’s self at the real or supposed superiority of another, and to hate him on that account.

2. To grudge; to withhold maliciously.

3. Pain, uneasiness, mortification or discontent excited by the sight of another’s superiority or success, accompanied with some degree of hatred or malignity, and often or usually with a desire or an effort to depreciate the person, and with pleasure in seeing him depressed. Envy springs from pride, ambition or love, mortified that another has obtained what one has a strong desire to possess.

4. Rivalry; competition.

5. Malice; malignity.

6. Public odium; ill repute; invidiousness.

 

 

Tragedy of Realization

by A Friend of Medjugorje

 

Christine Weick was scared to death. She had been driving for hours. Christine wanted to chicken-out on what she was planning on November 14, 2014, but she drove on to what she intended to do. She arrived and snuck past security…just as the 911 terrorists had passed through security – one after another. She felt she was invisible. She could not believe she had made it this far past checkpoints. She was intent on what she was about to do, yet she was very scared, full well knowing she would be arrested for what she was planning. She found herself in a perfect spot to act on what she was committed to do. She was certain she would be detained immediately. She planned not to even try to escape. Her planning went no further than to accomplish her actions.




The stage was set – security, people, media everywhere – and she had planted herself right in the perfect spot to take action. Then she did it. Security immediately scrambled in, grabbing her. She had stated very clearly and loudly:
 

“Jesus Christ died on that Cross. He is the reason we are to worship only Him. Jesus Christ is our Lord and Savior. We have built…allowed you your mosques in this country. Why don’t you worship in your mosques and leave our churches alone? We are a country founded on Christian principles.”


Christine was standing before the large Cross hanging in the U.S. National Cathedral in Washington, D.C. Around the altar, Muslim men on rugs bowed down, praying toward Mecca, with their backs toward the Cross. It wasn’t the Muslims, before a packed cathedral, who demanded to be there. It was the Christians who accepted them to come. There was no priest, bishop, Christian layman who objected, only one woman who was courageous enough to stand up and profess what one woman professed today:
 

“…Believe Him (Christ) and live Him. He is the Life of the world…to live my Son means to live the Gospel. This is not easy…”


It was not easy for Christine Weick, but she lived the Gospel. While not one Christian anywhere voiced any objection. The Muslims did what they were invited to do. One cannot say they are guilty, rather the Christians who are the apostates are guilty, the deniers of who they are! A stronger principled people (Muslims) prevailed in their belief because a weaker principled people (Christians) failed in their belief. It was the Woman of Revelation today who said:
 

“…I am imploring you anew to pray for your shepherds so that they may always look to my Son who was the first Shepherd of the world and whose family was the entire world…”


And not a peep was mentioned over this incident at the National Cathedral. We have hand-wringing meetings going on with our shepherds about what to do in this time, and we have a frail, powerless, scared-to-death woman standing amidst a strongly principled people, professing:
 

“Jesus Christ died on that Cross. He is the reason we are to worship only Him. Jesus Christ is our Lord and Savior…We are a country founded on Christian principles.”


And we have a Woman, who though in the Kingdom, is upon the earth, walking the earth, professing “…He ‘is’ the Life of the world…follow me…” And we are waiting on our shepherds’ conferences to give us more methods that don’t work. It is one thing to believe, as a shepherd, that Christ was the first Shepherd, it is a whole ‘nother world to profess it publicly, amidst a group who are not followers of the Christ. Shame upon the weakness of what we have become in the name of, ‘Let’s just get along.’ Pope Francis very recently told a bishop, “I don’t want to see more of the same.” Francis said, “I am willing to take risk.” Whoa…the pope is willing to be bold, “take risk.” Who took risks in the National Cathedral? It is not that we see, or many of the shepherds see themselves as apostates; it is that they should think, does God see their silence as varying degrees of being an apostate?


We will not ‘conference’ ourselves, through our shepherds, out of the mess the Church is in, and, therefore, the world is wandering towards disaster. Rather, it is time to boldly step out like Christine Weick and follow her example. You think that what she did was radical, fanatical? Christine followed Peter and John, whose Gospel witness showed after being lashed for professing Christ, were told not to do it again, went out immediately and began professing the Christ. Their action is no more radical and fanatical than what Christine did, who followed Peter and John in doing exactly what Our Lady is saying,
 

“…follow me…” 12/02/2014


The shepherds need to look beyond answers in the conferences. It is much simpler. The solution resides in God and His Son. It is His Son who has sent the solution for the entire world. That solution is “me.” Who is the solution that is ‘me’?
 

December 2, 2014

“…My Son is sending me anew to help you…”

Why? To:
 

December 2, 2014

“…not lose hope…”


How? To bring:

“…victory of my heart is in the name of God…”


Our Lady is here for the victorious triumph of Her Immaculate Heart. In Christine’s heart, she felt strongly to go out and profess in the name of God! She was victorious as she was helped by the angels to walk unnoticed to the perfect spot to witness, to profess Christ. It was ‘not easy’ for her. No one is advocating being against any people. The call is to evangelization. It first must happen among the Christians.

The solution, the only solution is what Our Lady is being sent for. It will not be found in formulating or studying more theology – it will be found where Jesus’ first earthly home was – in the womb of a brave woman. It is She who said:


March 25, 1990

“…As I bore Jesus in my womb, so also, dear children, do I wish to bear you unto holiness…”


Shepherds of the Church: This Christmas* follow the Shepherd of 2000 years ago, who found the Christ in Her arms. She again is here. She will appear this year for the “33rd” Christmas, holding the real Baby Jesus, just as He was 2000 years ago.


Shepherds, you do not have to believe in Medjugorje. This letter is not an appeal asking you to, rather it is a profession – to all of you who restrict, who stymie, who place obstacles or who keep silent, allowing others in your diocese to do these things – that you are making a terrible, terrible, terrible mistake that you will see in a coming time of what Our Lady said:
 

August 25, 2013

“…you, dear children, to have to repent for everything that you could have done but did not want to…”


What will it be like for you as a bishop of the Church during this future time? Our Lady said:


August 2, 1997

“…now you do not comprehend this grace, but soon a time will come when you will lament for these messages…”


Lament because you would have allowed a time of grace to pass when you could have at least allowed the messages of Our Lady to prosper in holiness in your diocese. What will it be like? You will pull your hair out. Your lamentation will torture you for the rest of your lives of what you could have done but did not want to.
 

I, as an individual, make a profession:

Medjugorje is real.

The Holy Virgin Mary has appeared for 33 years continuously, everyday.

It is not Guadalupe, Lourdes, Fatima.

It is what all previous apparitions have prepared the world for; the time when:

“…I am in the Kingdom but am also here with you…” Our Lady 12/02/14

It is public revelation of Revelation 12 come to life, while Her words from Heaven are given as private revelation.

She has come to save us, to save the world that has captivated man and led him away from Her Son.

Our Lady is here to stop the prodigies of satan’s powers, the gates of hell, from prevailing against the Church because we cannot do it alone.

These are the last apparitions on earth.

Our Lady revealed after these, Her apparitions will no longer be necessary.

These apparitions will give everything necessary until Christ comes back.

In a conscience, formed by the Church teachings, I am at peace that in this particular time of Mary, Christ has redeemed me. Mary has saved me.


O Shepherds – this Christmas give your diocese a gift. Free Medjugorje – allow it to flourish. You do not have to believe it or even encourage it, just allow it. Its birth is from the Womb who bore us our Savior. It will be a 'tragedy of realization', that you stood in the way, even if only by your silence, in not allowing the Queen of Peace to prosper her work in your diocese.

This is written in the hope of saving you from the lamentation that will come from hearing the wailing of the Rachels’ of Bethlehem – and that instead you can see the fruit of Her Womb in the holiness birthed in the children of your diocese, through Our Lady’s call.

With Love,

A Friend of Medjugorje


P.S. The following are Pope Francis’ words. I have no doubt he is reading Our Lady’s messages and using them. Our Lady said November 25, 2014, “…comprehend who you are and where you need to go. Be carriers of the good news and be people of hope…” Pope Francis stated four days later, on November 29, 2014, for the Year of the Consecrated Life, at the Basilica of St. Mary Major, “Leave your nests and go out to the peripheries.” This is not the first time. One can find Pope Francis with the same verbiage Our Lady has said only days before his.

 

* Originally published on December 2, 2014