Aug. 28, 2020

THE DETACHMENT OF MARIE-JULIE

“My children, I have spoken to you of everything, and I keep you in my heart. Now, my child, my maternal heart and yours will understand each other better.”

--I want all that You would want, my Good Mother.

“Think that Heaven is not far away and a mission that is long enough will receive its reward.”

--When you would wish it, Good Mother.

“My dear child, it will beautiful, this day, without a cloud, when, in your tight cell, angels will come to respond to prayers which, from this place, will rise to Heaven.”

--Oh, tell me… and, when I think upon it, it will be even harder for me to await this day of wild joy. But hope is a balm.

“My child, a stop is brought. These times which exist now, will lose the rest of its charms; impiety is going to leap, like a sea in fury, throwing its waves up to the extreme limit of France, blessed but defiled also.”

--Look, my Mother, I am not attached here below since, if there is a pleasure for me, it is to suffer, to love and practice Charity. That is all.

“My dear child…”

--My Mother, I feel the time has come to be humble and small.

“Dear child, tender flower of my heart… You have given all to Me, I have taken all for me. You will leave your friends with Me. I will come and pass well the hours in your heart.”

--Oh! In my heart, Good Mother, there is nothing but miseries and pains. You will not be able remain there.

“It is however where I want to come, among the flowers.”

--The flowers, my Mother, are tarnished. My heart is like winter. There is little love in it… I do not want to pass these final times of my life in sweetness nor among the flowers. I want to pass them among the thorns. I want to die in the garden of suffering.

 [Source: pp. 91-2, Le Ciel en Colloque avec Marie-Julie Jahenny, by Fr. Pierre Roberdel. In translation].

Reflection on this Prophecy :

This week’s prophecy gives us an intimate look at the soul of Marie-Julie Jahenny, and it teaches us the secret of suffering well.

Ultimately, this prophecy is a reminder of how vitally important it is to pray, to establish a sincere and intimate relationship with God through our prayers.

If we do not keep up our daily prayers and spontaneous conversations with Jesus Christ and Our Blessed Mother, then we will be drowned by all the worries that surround us:

1)    The re-awakening of COVID-19.

2)    Political conflicts and bombings continue and would have us believe that we are already in a yet-to-be-declared world war.

3)    Nuclear weapons and/or asteroids could be the prophesied fire falling from the sky.

4)    The COVID vaccine, made using murdered babies, if made mandatory, would be the Mark of the Beast.

5)    The 3 Days of Darkness could be soon, as it would destroy the evil-doers.

Worldly events look bleak!

Oh! if we only had the detachment of Marie-Julie:

“Look, my Mother, I am not attached here below since, if there is a pleasure for me, it is to suffer, to love and practice Charity. That is all.”

If we would pray, and pray always, then we would become detached also.

We would be ready for anything, even death!

But here is the problem: We are afraid to suffer.

This is absurd, because we do suffer, now, already, but we do not know the secret of suffering well, so that it can become a pleasure to us.

Suffering can be a joy?!

Yes, the Blessed Virgin Mary, ever our Good Mother, tells us the secret to suffering with joy:

“Think that Heaven is not far away and a mission that is long enough will receive its reward.”

And Marie-Julie leads us further, as if she is speaking to each one of us today:

“I feel the time has come to be humble and small.”

What an excellent strategy to become humble and small when the world around us becomes violent and evil!

In this way we can survive, corporally, yes, but more importantly, spiritually!

You see, if we become humble and small, then we will focus on prayers and welcome all sufferings!

Consider what our Good Mother tells us:

“You will leave your friends with Me. I will come and pass well the hours in your heart.”

Alone-ness may be how we will spend this next lockdown. And when the Mark of the Beast appears in this world, we will certainly be living very much alone, very much self-isolated.

We are not to worry about friends and family, co-workers or neighbours. We are to give them to our Good Mother in prayer.

And how wonderful, if we do this, then She will come into our hearts and we will feel our Good Mother’s most sweet companionship!

Like Marie-Julie, our hearts are full of “miseries and pains”.

But look at how our Good Mother considers these blessings, calling miseries and pains flowers:

“It is however where I want to come, among the flowers.”

She wants to share our sufferings!

We are being told to share our miseries and pains with our Good Mother. She wants to be with us through all that we suffer now, truly, and through all that we will go through in the future.

But Marie-Julie, oh… she is a super-soldier of suffering! She does not refuse our Good Mother’s company, but she clearly expresses her wish for no lessening of her sufferings, whatever they may be:

“I want to pass [these final times of my life] among the thorns. I want to die in the garden of suffering.”

 Really, this prophecy’s rightful title is THE GARDEN OF SUFFERING.

It is our reality every single day, and it is where we need to go for our joy.

Today’s joy is that Heaven is coming soon.

Today’s joy is that our life’s mission receives a greater reward the longer it is lived.

And we must trust this counsel, for it is our Good Mother’s own instruction on how to suffer well:

“Think that Heaven is not far away and a mission that is long enough will receive its reward.”

Oh Good Mother, keep us in Thy Sorrowful Heart so that we may learn daily how to suffer our life’s mission with the joy of our eternal salvation!

Deo gratias!

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