November 3, 2015
St. Martin de Porres says: “Praise be to Jesus.”
St. Martin bows when he comes. His clothes remind me of the Cure d’Ars habit – rather shabby.
“I have come as the Lord prescribes. Remember, the Lord is not particular about outward appearances – He only looks at the heart. These days lend yourself to many rosaries. The state of the heart of the world is such that there is not any portion that is not desperate for God’s intervention. Yet, when grace is offered, too often it is not acted upon or even goes unnoticed.”
“Politics have taken over hearts in an unprecedented way, turning non-issues into great matters of division. Governments and leadership roles have become black or white according to acceptance of good versus evil. People rarely place God and His Commandments first in their lives. Therefore, Satan holds sway over most decisions and situations.”
“But, the rosary is a humble, yet powerful weapon. Satan knows this, but tries to conceal the dignity of this weapon, just as he tries to negate the good of this Mission.* The enemy does not understand humility. Therefore, humility will defeat him. Pray the rosary as a humble recourse to the Heart of Our Lady. Jesus sent me to encourage this.”