The Church in Exile and The Three Days of Darkness
Mar. 3, 2022
The Blessed Virgin says:
“My children, the King will come through the Cross, that is through sorrows, because the kingdom will not yet be entirely quiet. It is only after he will have experienced sorrows to walk across the kingdom that he will receive his crown. When he will have succeeded, quiet will be re-established, but some more sorrow will be left. His faith will make him master and conqueror over all difficulties.
“Within himself the King will have a gift which no other king ever had. Saint Louis, King of France, fulfilled his duty, but this latter king will be still more wonderful through his ruling. You will see, in that man, something nobody ever saw in the other ones.”
--Blessed Mother, I do not know him, but I love him a great deal.
“And I do too, my dear child… My heart has been throbbing for you, O my King, o my son; and it is still throbbing.”
--Why is he your own king too?
“Because I love him, replies the Blessed Virgin, because he is going to be my children’s king – I am not speaking for you, – because he is going to fulfill their hope, despite the greatest difficulties.
“If you do not see the road for my King’s advent, do not be anxious about it. That road will be miraculous, just like the rest of his life. Nothing is impossible to God.”
--Yes, Blessed Mother, credo, credo. (I believe).
“Ah! Poor vain hope of blind men! They think the king will never be their own. They are mistaken.
“You shall be quite astonished, one day, at the sight of my King.
“Know that France will not be the one calling him on. Know that he will be coming for the sake of his friends. Those few in number who long for him will be well rewarded. The other ones – the larger number – will receive their just punishment.
“Ever since from his cradle, the King’s heart will have been living only in the Cross. He will have properly carried it along during the long years he will have spent in exile. His heart will not have fainted. He will be rewarded.”
(22 January 1878)
[Source: pp. 175-176, Prophecies of La Fraudais, compiled by Fr. Pierre Roberdel].
Reflection on this Prophecy:
What did the Blessed Virgin Mary say at Fatima about war? That it is a punishment for sins.
What sins our governments, our societies, have been engaging in, especially against innocent babies, infants, children and youth!
What sins our governments, our societies, have been engaging in, against purity of heart, mind, and body.
Their war against morality is really satan’s war against God Himself.
And now this worldwide depravity is being chastised by God at last… through a world war.
If we remain faithful to our daily prayers, and especially to the Holy Rosary, a great weapon given to us, then we will be purified through our sufferings.
We will be forced to NOT rely this technology of today and we will learn to trust in the Holy Trinity.
The prophesied French Monarch, who is currently suffering his exile, and thus unknown to the world, “will come through the Cross, that is through sorrows, because the kingdom will not yet be entirely quiet.”
But it is through sorrows that we gain merit before God, and so too it has also been for this great and holy king-to-be:
“It is only after he will have experienced sorrows to walk across the kingdom that he will receive his crown.”
We have much to hope for, much to rejoice over once the French Monarch begins to take France back from the Chinese, Russian, and Arab forces.
The French Monarch is God’s choice for peace.
This is why it is only “[w]hen he will have succeeded, quiet will be re-established”.
The Blessed Virgin Mother of God loves this promised monarch because “he is going to fulfill [the people’s] hope, despite the greatest difficulties.”
And in this prophecy, we learn that he will be the greatest of kings:
“Within himself the King will have a gift which no other king ever had. . . . You will see, in that man, something nobody ever saw in the other ones.”
His appearance will leave the world astonished:
“You shall be quite astonished, one day, at the sight of my King.”
Despite being a descendant of the King Louis XVI, he will not be identified as being of France, having spent his life outside of France, and in exile, which is why Marie-Julie says,
“Blessed Mother, I do not know him, but I love him a great deal.”
Perhaps her love comes from compassion, as he will have had a sad life story:
“Ever since from his cradle, the King’s heart will have been living only in the Cross.”
This king knows his duty as a thing that he was born to do, his God-given mission for his life:
“He will have properly carried it along during the long years he will have spent in exile.”
Despite all the difficulties he had to contend with for his entire life, “[h]is heart will not have fainted. He will be rewarded.”
Let us give thanks for France’s coming saviour, since, in liberating France from the forces of the Anti-Christ, he will be liberating our countries also!
To God be all the glory! Deo gratias! –May Our Lord Jesus Christ protect him always!
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