Walking with Jesus

For 27 years Our Lady has been inviting us to walk the path of holiness, of faith, hope and love. She never seems to tire of encouraging her children with her messages from Medjugorje, and she always thanks us for responding to her call – no matter how small or insignificant we may feel our “yes” is.

Lent always demands that extra effort in turning ourselves to God, and many of us make promises to fast and abstain and try that little bit harder to united ourselves with Jesus. Sometimes we fail to keep our good intentions. Tiredness and weakness comes to all of us at times. Even Jesus fell on three occasions when he carried his cross. Again we can look to Our Lady and her encouraging words to lift us and keep us walking on the path of holiness.

Dear children! I desire to thank you from my heart for your Lenten renunciations. I desire to inspire you to continue to live fasting with an open heart. By fasting and renunciation, little children, you will be stronger in faith. In God you will find true peace through daily prayer. I am with you and I am not tired. I desire to take you all with me to Heaven, therefore, decide daily for holiness. Thank you for having responded to my call. March 25, 2007.

Dear children! Today I call you to unite with Jesus in prayer. Open your heart to Him and give Him everything that is in it: joys, sorrows and illnesses. may this be a time of grace for you. Pray, little children, and may every moment belong to Jesus. I am with you and I intercede for you. Thank you for having responded to my call. March 25, 2002

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