Saturday, February 22, 2020

The catechism on true equality in God

As the world becomes more and more materialistic (belief in the material world over the spiritual world) and more and more occult and idolatrous, I see more and more of the ideas of materialism and occult/paganism "leaking" into concepts of Christianity.

Here is what the Catechism says on men and women:

http://www.vatican.va/archive/ccc_css/archive/catechism/p1s2c1p6.htm
369 Man and woman have been created, which is to say, willed by God: on the one hand, in perfect equality as human persons; on the other, in their respective beings as man and woman. "Being man" or "being woman" is a reality which is good and willed by God: man and woman possess an inalienable dignity which comes to them immediately from God their Creator.240 Man and woman are both with one and the same dignity "in the image of God". In their "being-man" and "being-woman", they reflect the Creator's wisdom and goodness.370 In no way is God in man's image. He is neither man nor woman. God is pure spirit in which there is no place for the difference between the sexes. But the respective "perfections" of man and woman reflect something of the infinite perfection of God: those of a mother and those of a father and husband.241


So, websites that tell women how to manipulate men or men how to manipulate and control women, are really doing the Devil's work. So too, any sources that talks about fornicating, which separates our souls from God and therefore we cannot have equality (because ultimately, the two involved in the fornicating are using one another for sex, it is not mystically in God).

If you see such a person or website, put them in God's Hands so that they do not go to Hell. Pray silently: "I put these people in Your Hands, God." And then leave whatever source is giving this information.

But it is much deeper than this. I also see pagan concepts of females being non-active. Men are the instinctual protectors, and all of this. Women are instinctually kind and compassionate and empathetic and feel loss more, and all of this, or women are closer to God.

What does our Lord say? What does He do?

Let's look at Judith in the Old Testament. God sends Judith out to cut off Holofernes head, to protect and save Israel. Would God give that command to Judith, whom He created, if it was against her nature as a woman, because He had created men to be protectors?

No; God cannot be against Himself.

Did Pontius Pilate protect Jesus from being crucified, if he is a man and therefore a protector?

No.

So what is the conclusion?

The conclusion is that the virtuous who sincerely seek God in prayer and meekness and humility, God sends out to protect and save others.

Judith was one of the many proto-christs of the Old Testament, a figure that would point towards Christ as the Savior. She was so because she was humble.

The book of Wisdom tells women to strengthen their arms so that they can help their husbands; in the New Testament, we learn much more clearly from St Paul that it is better to seek God than to seek a spouse because then we will be wrapped up with seeking to please God instead of our spouse (although he in no way condemns marriage). Therefore we can conclude that the spouse of every soul is God; applied to the book of Wisdom, strengthen your arms so you can help God (by helping other people).

Or, even more profoundly, strengthen your "spiritual arms" (your devotion to the sacraments of Confession and the Eucharist, your devotion to prayer) so that you can pray to save souls, as this will have eternal consequences.

As for women being inactive in proclaiming the Good News of salvation...

When the prophetess and virgin Anna of Phanuel, who met the Christ Child, encountered Him, she spent the rest of her life telling everyone about Him:

Luke 2:36 There was besides a prophetess named Anna, daughter to one Phanuel, of the tribe of Aser (a woman greatly advanced in age, since she had lived with a husband for seven years after her maidenhood,
37 and had now been eighty-four years a widow) who abode continually in the temple night and day, serving God with fasting and prayer.
38 She too, at that very hour, came near to give God thanks, and spoke of the child to all that patiently waited for the deliverance of Israel.

 Further, during the Passion, we see many women who followed Jesus and helped Him. There were on the frontlines of spiritual battle.

At any moment, any one of the women or Saint John could have been arrested, tortured, and publicly executed in the same manner of Christ, just for being near Him and helping Him. It was only that it was not the Will of God at that time that they did not die as martyrs, also; but certainly many many women and men would die in the future as martyrs for the Faith.

I also point to Saint John who himself addresses "Lady Elect" or the chosen woman of God and her spiritual children (those are people who are under her spiritual guidance, as we often see the heads of religious orders called "mothers", and priests "fathers") in his second epistle. http://catholicbible.online/douay_rheims?bible_part_no=2&book_no=24&chapter_no=1

But there is no higher resource than God Himself, Christ Jesus, who sat Mary of Magdala at His Feet, which is the position of a disciple, a student, which really would not have been heard of at that time. "Mary has chosen the better part and it shall not be taken from her." Luke 10:42

Secondly, I see often that "women are closer to God." God does not say that. He says He accepts anyone who comes to Him and that He created men and women equal. If there are more women than men in the line for confession, it's because they chose to be there, not that they're somehow inherently "closer" to God.

I've also seen it said that they are closer to God because they are mothers, they bring life into the world. ... Interesting, I didn't know women could asexually reproduce.

Because they carry the child in the womb, they are closer to the child and have "maternal instincts." Herodias did not, and she was a mother. She trained her daughter to be a whore, be sexy for her own stepfather, and cut off Saint John the Baptist's head.

I get many mothers and fathers both asking me to pray that their children become rich and get married because "what will the neighbors think?" Or complaining about their children.

They are not praying for their immortal souls, even though this is the easiest time to lose one's soul because the society has become a sin support group. But do parents ask me to pray that their children go to Heaven? No.

I think there are probably many mothers in Hell. Being a mother doesn't make you inherently good. Praying and following/obeying God makes you good, whether you are a father or a mother. Because only God is Good, as Jesus tells us.

Saint Gabriel did not come to Mary and say, "Hail Mary, full of maternal instinct!" He said, "Hail Mary, full of grace!" She is not a robot. She is not robotically good. That is what you are saying when you say "maternal instinct": sub-human. An impulse. A reaction. A robotic programming. People are not robots. This concept of instinct is very atheistic and materialistic.

Mary is virtuous. She is the strongest and most virtuous wholly human person who ever lived. She is the One Who Crushes the Skull of the Serpent.

Jesus said of her that she is blessed not because she is a woman but because she is obedient to God. Luke 11:27-8. And that all who are obedient to God will be called blessed; all who are humble will be called blessed.

She, and Her children who humbly obey and seek wholeheartedly God, crush the skull of the serpent. You can see this in exorcisms and in people's lives.

For example, my mother avoided prayer and religion, she wanted to think that she formed reality in her own thoughts (that is blasphemy; only God can form reality with His thoughts). When I was a child, she was an abusive alcoholic. She went to work and my father stayed home and took care of us. My father had, on and off in his life, prayed the rosary, and he had been transformed by grace to be a humble, honest person who did not try to show off, belittle others, or "prove" himself like narcissists and the vain. Instead, he saw that his children needed someone to take care of them, and he did, and he encouraged us and took care of me and my sister to the best of his ability. He saw us as individual people. He encouraged us for things we liked. He taught me how to do many things that he himself knew how to do. I appreciate that very much. He loved us very much. He never lied to us, he is not a liar to this day, he has always made that a point in his life, and this has helped me to believe the promises that God the Father says to me. He was also always very "clean" (chaste in thought, word and deed) and he never drank. He never manipulated us like with lies. He always treated me like a person. He was very empathetic in a sincere way.

If my mother had stayed home and raised us, I would probably be dead or in prison right now. Because of her sins. It was very difficult to be around her. Because of sin.

"It is easier for a father to have children than for children to have a father." Likewise, "it is easier for a mother to have children than for children to have a mother."

What matters is not a person's gender for how good a parent he or she will be, or how close to the children he or she will be --  that would be materialism, nature worship. It matters about how virtuous a person is; virtue is obtained only through prayer (especially the Rosary), repentance, the sacraments of confession and the Eucharist, meekness and humility and purity, chastity, modesty. My father felt he was born to take care of children; this was a great grace from God that has saved my soul and subsequently other souls whom I in turn helped.

A priest once praised my father by saying, "he is a true father!" Indeed, he is a true father.

I love my father very, very much, and every day I offer my day to God that God will bless him, because I realize from looking at my peers' lives -- they did not have any parent who cared about their souls or them as people, only about how much money they would make and the opinions of the parents' friends, the parents were extremely selfish -- that without a person like my father in my life, a person with grace, that I would have died a long time ago, like so many of my peers. And so many people in the world today. (Or, like I said, been in prison.)

My point is that if you want to be close to your children, whether you are a man or a woman, you have to wholeheartedly seek God.

It doesn't matter if you are a man or a woman, you have to seek God. If you are a parent, you called to be a good parent, but you can't be a good parent without seeking God, because only God is Good.

If you want any relationship at all to work, friendships, co-workers, neighbors, siblings, spouse, parents, children: you have to seek God and meekness and humility and holiness. That is what Jesus teaches us by His example and His words. Seek God.

Seek to give up all the false and empty fronts and constructs that we build, and seek to be a new person in Christ by repenting of your sins and narcissisms and pridefulness and worship of Mammon and all of the things that separate us from God. We all need to do this: not just that other person over there, that group of people over there -- we, individually and personally, all have to do this.

It was predicted that devotion to the Rosary would decrease among men in particular in the 20th century because it would be considered a "woman's" devotion because "a real man" would not say "Hail" to a woman (Mary). The Devil laughs at men who are so vain and shallow and impious. The Rosary is the most devastating weapon against the Devil, as Mary was given power to crush his skull.

The Devil takes advantage of people who know to say the Rosary but don't (whether they are men or women). I also wonder if it will be possible that they will be held accountable for a great number of souls that they might have otherwise saved if they had prayed? Sincere prayer -- which is how we sincerely seek God -- is what saves souls more than anything: our souls and others' souls.

Mary is an example to all Christians, not just Christian women. All Christians.

Those who seek fame and the approval of the world instead of seeking God will pay for the consequences of their choices; and those who seek God and pray for their children to go to Heaven and ask God to transform the parents themselves into good religious examples, and to treat their children like humans made in the image and likeness of God whose souls belong to God and God's Will instead of their own wills -- it is those parents who will will enjoy the benefits of their piety for all of eternity.

I've been watching a CCTV show from England. They point out how depressingly common it is for women to use their children to shoplift because the children can't be subjected to prison because they're too young, and because they think it will look like an "innocent mother and child outing." Oftentimes if they're going to get caught, the mother hands the stolen goods off to the children and blames them, throws them under the bus. They are hurting their children's lives in this life, and also destroying their souls for the next life, through these sins. It is very tragic.

I think of all the people I know who are dead from working to death and drinking to death and immodesty and blasphemy to death and sexing to death, dead from their sins, so they could be rich and successful and famous in their little circles, as their parents encouraged them to be. It is too bad either their father or their mother did not pray for their soul every day and lead a good religious example for them. It is true that you are responsible for your own sins and they themselves certainly chose to reject God and to follow all the sins the world encourages; however, they might have stood a better chance if they had not had parents who only cared about them getting married or having sex and getting rich and being successful in their careers. Poor parents, where will they stand on Judgement Day? They already lost their children in this life to sin, sin that they encouraged.

What a difficult and tragic road they have taken in life! The road of sin! Let us always pray not for worldly success, but rather for Heaven, for God, to love one another sincerely in Christ, and pray especially every day to not have any sin.

There's a lot of talk of "I'm blessed because I have a family and big income and huge house," but when you pray the Rosary, you'll notice that we hail Jesus and Mary as most blessed even when they are suffering on Calvary, have no money, either no one knows them or they're only known infamously, when they are suffering and poor and in pain.

So why are they blessed?

Because they do not have sin in them. Therefore, God is pleased with them. Therefore, they are in a blessed state.

The fruit of those who worship the "prosperity Gospel", which is so obviously from the Devil as Jesus tells us over and over again in various ways that we cannot worship Mammon, will be very great number of evils in their souls. That is very much too bad. We all need to seek God sincerely for Himself, not for what we think He will give us. We need to pray to be able to hear Him and love Him sincerely, because the things of the world are passing away, and only our relationship with God will follow us into eternity.

God Himself hailed Mary as most blessed among all the people of humanity, in all of history, when He sent His angel to say to her: "Hail, Mary, full of grace." Luke 1:28. If you think you are above saying that, also, then you are putting yourself above God Himself. That's rather arrogant.

There is also a lot of bad language. When you use bad language against another person, you are cursing yourself. You are also scourging Christ, as He was scourged tied to the pillar. You are heaping upon yourself God's Judgement, as well, as Christ warns us not to so that we can avoid severe punishments by God. Matthew 5:22: http://catholicbible.online/2/4/212/10234/234099#vers234099

You need to repent to God, you should not even think these words in your head and avoid the company of those who use them so that you do not develop bad habits.

When someone uses these words against you, they are cursing themselves so put them in God's Hands so that they will lose their souls, as Christ taught us to pray for our enemies so that we can be like Him. But avoid such persons who use these words against you, it is not from God. Even against the Devil Himself, God and His Saints do not utter reviling words, but rather command the Devil in Jesus' Name to leave.

If you are going to Hail Mary and Jesus, you should not use your mouth also to curse. Go to confession and pray to God that He make you clean and give you a new mind that does not think such language. He will answer this prayer. He loves you and wants to save you by helping you not sin and by taking away the punishment due you for your sins in the Confessional.

... Saint Therese also had her father raise her. Unlike my situation, her mother was physically dead (my mother was spiritually dead in her sins). Both of Saint Therese's parents are Saints! They were extremely holy, wise, and smart from their sincere devotion to God.

A very wonderful priest who is very sincerely pious and humble said the religious wisdom figure in his life was his grandmother. She must have been a very awe-inspiring person; I am very impressed with her already because this priest is like a spiritual father to me. He is so wonderful and holy and leads souls out of the mouth of Hell and into the Arms of their Heavenly Father.

There is way too much talk about instinct in religious articles online. That is not part of our religion. Whereas in the past they would have said that "so-and-so was inspired by the spirit of God to do such-and-such," now they say "by instinct, he reached out his hand and blessed so-and-so," or "by instinct, she went up the holy mountain."

That is not our religion. That is atheism. That is taking the credit away from God and giving it to nature (a sort of non-existent nature).

It is one thing for pagans and secular people who have never known God to refer to instinct because God has not yet been revealed to them; it is another, and very bad, thing for people presenting themselves as Catholics to do it.

We have to lead people to God, especially through prayer for all souls, not let the godless lead us away from our faith -- but if we don't take the time to read about our faith, how will we be able to do this? If you do not read the catechism, or the Bible, how will you know what your faith is?

I suggested that you read three sentences of the catechism every day. It is very easy. It is a beautiful document because it is about Jesus, Who is very beautiful and profound because He is God. You will be enlightened if you do this. And if you read from the Bible every day as well. (but not the protestant Bible which cut out so many books, taking the number from 73 to 66, yes, the sign of the Devil, and also cut out the Book of Wisdom and the book of Judith... just because it would cost less to print!)

Catechism: http://www.vatican.va/archive/ccc_css/archive/catechism/ccc_toc.htm
(I start at the prologue or #1 if you want.)

Therefore, go out and seek God, in prayer, especially the Rosary, and in Holy Reading, including the Bible and Catechism.
Secret of the Rosary by St Louis de Montfort and also "Come to Me in the Blessed Sacrament" by the Missionaries of the Blessed Sacrament are two very good Rosary and meditation books for seeking God.

I think for any relationship to work, whether it is parent to child, child to parent, friends, siblings, or spouses, there has to be humility in God.

So here is the litany of humility; if you and your family and friends pray this, then you will have good relationships with one another. You will be able to help one another, take turns helping one another, as God tells us to, instead of fighting and envying and trying to control each other.

The Devil fell from pride; that is what causes us to fall, and our relationships and families to fall, also. (Requires both parties to pray for a relationship to be equal.)

Because the Devil hates humility, this is also a very good deliverance prayer.

Remember also that God exalts the humble. He casts down the prideful from their thrones. Therefore, if you become humble so that you consider that your existence matters only in the eyes of God and not in the eyes of others, God Himself will exult you, whereas if you strive to exist in the eyes of others (and ultimately end up manipulating and trying to control them to make them adore you), then you will become weak, prideful, and will be cast down. Ex social media and selfies, bragging, narcissism, controlling others, not helping others, envying, gossip, backstabbing, discouraging, or encouraging sin, mean comments, worship of Mammon and fame, etc.

Be humble, seek God, repent, pray, love God, pray to become sincere, and God Himself will exult you.

God bless you!

O Jesus, meek and humble of heart, Hear me.
From the desire of being esteemed, Deliver me, O Jesus.
From the desire of being loved, Deliver me, O Jesus.
From the desire of being extolled, Deliver me, O Jesus.
From the desire of being honored, Deliver me, O Jesus.
From the desire of being praised, Deliver me, O Jesus.
From the desire of being preferred to others, Deliver me, O Jesus.
From the desire of being consulted, Deliver me, O Jesus.
From the desire of being approved, Deliver me, O Jesus.
From the fear of being humiliated, Deliver me, O Jesus.
From the fear of being despised, Deliver me, O Jesus.
From the fear of suffering rebukes, Deliver me, O Jesus.
From the fear of being calumniated, Deliver me, O Jesus.
From the fear of being forgotten, Deliver me, O Jesus.
From the fear of being ridiculed, Deliver me, O Jesus.
From the fear of being wronged, Deliver me, O Jesus.
From the fear of being suspected, Deliver me, O Jesus.
That others may be loved more than I, Jesus, grant me the grace to desire it.
That others may be esteemed more than I, Jesus, grant me the grace to desire it.
That, in the opinion of the world, others may increase and I may decrease, Jesus, grant me the grace to desire it.
That others may be chosen and I set aside, Jesus, grant me the grace to desire it.
That others may be praised and I go unnoticed, Jesus, grant me the grace to desire it.
 That others may be preferred to me in everything, Jesus, grant me the grace to desire it.
That others may become holier than I, provided that I may become as holy as I should, Jesus, grant me the grace to desire it.

Prayer for humility written by Saint Therese (another powerful deliverance prayer that will also help your relationships and families to be happy together and loving together if you all pray this, will obtain much grace from God for your souls) (original prayer written in French of course; translated into English, and then my dad cleaned up the wording a little bit because he's extremely good at editing, was an English major and read many books on how to write, and because he's very devoted to Saint Therese, so it's a little easier to read than the original translation, and this translation/cleaned up version is copyright BoldRadish):
O loving and gracious Infant Jesus, Your divine heart is full of love for us poor mortals!

The fire of Your love is burning day and night, emitting sparks of grace in the shape of countless benefits, showered on all men, even the greatest sinners.

In order to comprehend the greatness of Your heart, one would have to possess the love and wisdom of Your dear Mother, of St. Joseph, or of Your most devoted worshiper Father Cyril.

How cold is my heart toward You; filled as it is with temporal and earthly concerns and the greatest self-love, there is no room left for a heroic love of God and my neighbor.

What a miserable and wretched being I am!

You, infinite majesty itself, most holy and most perfect, are most humble of heart; I, wretchedness and sin, am proud and conceited, and therefore also without peace of heart.

You should turn away Your beautiful countenance from me because I possess so little virtue and yet I consider myself better than others, and even venture to criticize and belittle them.

I know my own misery and still I expect to be esteemed and praised, and even preferred to others.

The least humiliation and neglect on the part of others pains me, and You are so humble, so forbearing, and so patient with the children of men!

Divine Heart of my most loving Jesus infuse into me true humility and a right knowledge of myself, so that I may deserve to find one day favor in Your sight.

Give me grace to be humble and simple like a child, if I wish to go to the Father.
Amen.

May God bless you and keep you in His peace and mercy! 

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Very Easy Daily Prayers to Save Souls, Countries, the World.



There are many devotions to save the world and souls. A compilation of some very goods ones is found in “Prayers and Heavenly Promises” compiled by Joan Carol Cruz with a nihil obstat. You will like that book; it will teach you of God’s mercy and the power of praying.

The following prayers are not listed in that book. They are two very easy devotions, approved of by the Church (nihil obstat), originating from Heaven and revealed to specific souls in the United States of America and the Netherlands, in the 1990s and the 1940-50s respectively. They are from the “Jesus, King of All Nations” devotion and the “Lady of All Nations” devotion.

You can say these every day. They do not take much time yet the promises associated with them are tremendous and joyful.

These devotions do not replace the daily recitation of the Rosary which was requested by Heaven for the salvation of the world 6 times at the Fatima apparitions, apparitions which have been approved of by the Church. St Louis de Monfort’s “Secret of the Rosary” is among the best places to learn to say the Rosary daily. The Saint recommends daily praying “for the purpose of knowing the truth and receiving contrition and pardon for your sins.” … God bless you.

First Devotion: Jesus, King of All Nations

This devotion has a nihil obstat. It is free from doctrinal error. I have received many graces from praying the Chaplet. The Chaplet from the Jesus, King of All Nations devotion is much longer than the following prayer. The following prayer is short and easy to say and has many wonderful promises associated with it. You can say it daily to win souls for Heaven.

In James 5:20, we can read: My brethren, if any of you err from the truth, and one convert him: he must know that he who causeth a sinner to be converted from the error of his way, shall save his soul from death, and shall cover a multitude of sins.

We can do that through this prayer. If we give up sin, God will hear our prayers. We don’t chose the soul who converts; we might not even know him or her. (Or maybe it will be our own soul.) But this is a holy work of our’s to do in God, a work which is pleasing to God and impresses unto us the great value of prayer; and as Saint James writes: “faith without works is dead.” James 2:26 http://catholicbible.online/2/4/231/10387/238446#vers238446 and prayer itself is a very great work, even the greatest of the works, as prayer can save souls from eternal death. That is the greatest act of love and charity, both of God and of neighbor!

God will remember our good works; our works of charity for souls will help our own souls very much. “One act of charity [(sometimes translated as love)] covers a multitude of sins.” 1Peter 4:8 ( http://catholicbible.online/2/4/232/10394/238581#vers238581 ) And how easy is this little prayer! Even though it has such great promises associated with it!

How can we know that these promises are true, except by faith in the Divine Mercy of Christ? … I have prayed the chaplet associated with this devotion and received many great graces and even impossible miracles that were for healing and resulted in a closer devotion to the Sacraments and God. I was healed of many symptoms of ADHD, including sleep disturbances associated with it (waking up in the middle of the night). I am very thankful. Therefore, I can personally conclude that this devotion and the promises associated with all the prayers of this devotion are true, because I have experienced it firsthand. Because I experienced this firsthand from the Chaplet, I can personally reason that the prayer for the conversion of souls will be true, as well. I know that blessings and conversions of a country are a longterm goal, one I may not live to see, but that all prayers will help achieve that goal, and no prayer is unimportant in this regard.

When you pray this, you will experience it firsthand. You can also pray the chaplet to experience firsthand the mercy of God through this devotion. Chaplet found here on official apostolate website: http://jkmi.wsiefusion.net/the-prayers

Here are the promises associated with this the short prayer you can say daily (perhaps even more than daily, there is no specification, really) for souls and for God’s blessing on your own country:

What Jesus will do when you say this prayer:
  • will convert ten sinners
  • bring ten souls into the One True Faith
  • release ten souls from Purgatory
  • be less severe in My Judgment of your nation
  • mitigate the severity of the chastisements upon your country

Wouldn’t it be so nice if every devoted Christian said these prayers? Think of how many sinners would be converted, and how many brought into the True Faith. I wish all Catholics in my country daily said the following little prayers so that Jesus’ most loving Sacred Heart would reign in all hearts and in all homes, and we could have great peace on earth! Please share this post with your friends and family who are practicing Christians and we can all help save souls and our country together!

The following is the prayer for the daily conversion of souls.

Prayer
O Lord our God, 
You alone are 
the Most Holy King and Ruler of all nations. 
We pray to You, Lord, 
in the great expectation of receiving from You,
O Divine King, 
Mercy, peace, justice & all good things.

Protect, O Lord our King, our families 
and the land of our birth. 
Guard us, we pray, 
Most Faithful One! 
Protect us from our enemies 
and from Your Just Judgment.

Forgive us, O Sovereign King, 
our sins against You. 
Jesus, You are a King of Mercy. 
We have deserved Your Just Judgment. 
Have mercy on us, Lord, 
and forgive us. 
We trust in Your Great Mercy.

O most awe-inspiring King, 
we bow before You 
and pray: 
may Your Reign, Your Kingdom, 
be recognized on earth! AMEN.

Our Father in Heaven,
hallowed is Your Name.
Your Kingdom come
Your Will be done
on earth as it is in Heaven.
Give us today
our daily bread
and forgive us the wrong we have done
as we forgive those who wrong us.
Subject us not to the trial
but deliver us from the evil one. AMEN.

Hail Mary,
full of grace,
our Lord is with you!
Blessed are you among women
and blessed is the Fruit of your womb
our Lord Jesus Christ, King of all nations.
O Virgin Saint Mary,
Mother of God,
pray for us sinners now and at all times
and at the hour of our death. AMEN.

Glory be
to the Father
and to the Son
and to the Holy Ghost
as it was in the beginning
is now
and ever shall be,
world without end. AMEN.



… That is all you have to pray! Isn’t that so easy and nice? God is so merciful to us!! Jesus wants to save all souls! Pray, every day! Please share with your friends and family who are Catholics, and if you do not know anyone who is a Catholic, do not be discouraged: you can still pray and God will use your prayer to convert many who will be able to pray for the salvation of others souls. God will be very happy. He is ready to pour out His grace, He only needs us to ask Him!

The following is the image associated with the Jesus, King of All Nations devotion. In my daily prayers, I put this image above the prayer and look at it before praying. It is a very nice image, so I thought I would include it in case you want to look at it while praying the above little prayer, also:

Jesus, King of All Nations Image


This is the image of Jesus, King of All Nations. The staff with what looks like an atom represents the Holy Trinity. It makes sense that God would put references to the Holy Trinity in all aspects of His creation (even the most basic, the atom) so that we may be drawn close to Him to honor and thank Him, and because He loves His creation which He has made holy.

Religious scholars refer to a “christocentric universe.” This means that all cultures, all people, all thought has some reference or foreshadowing to Christ, Who is the center of the universe (being that He is God and our redeemer). I remember seeing a traditional native american dance (of which tribe, I am afraid I do not remember) of three rings, or hoops, in the Captiol for a historic archival video for the country’s national library (USA). When the rings are put together, they form what looks like an atom diagram – as well as a reference to the Holy Trinity. This dance is very old, before an atom diagram was constructed and also before the Holy Trinity was revealed to them through missionaries. It is an example of a Christocentric universe, and the preparation God makes for souls to receive Him and His true Church. This is a very beautiful thing, God is so merciful to His creation!

It is true that the Catholic Church invented a great deal of science (the scientific method, the big bang theory, contemporary heliography – the study of the sun, which NASA uses almost exactly as was first recorded by a Catholic bishop in the late 1800s, discovery of genetics, etc etc etc the list is really endless) and that a great part of the very beginning of the Catechism is devoted to science as the study of God’s creation, praising scientists and their knowledge as wisdom from God, comparing them to King Solomon. However, because of heretics and atheists (who make a false idol out of everything and use science to pervert God’s creation rather than praise God), contemporary popular culture wrongly pits science and religion against one another, even though they are so compatible that science springs from religion as an act of devotion to God. … Therefore, the atom diagram as a reference to the Holy Trinity could also be an example of the christocentric universe in our atheistic culture to prepare atheists for God and to understand the relation between God’s creation, science, and God Himself.

The blue orb with the cross on it on top of Jesus’ heart represents the world. The world is also represented by the globe diagram. This is saying that God’s Mercy is poured out onto the world and that the world also rests in God’s Heart and rightfully belongs to Him and His Merciful rule, not the false mercy of people and their oppressive rule. Therefore, this could also be considered an anti-Globalist/communist/socialist/New World Order/whatever-new-title-they’ll-try-to-hide-sin-under devotion.

Some Notes on the Chaplet of Unity from the Jesus, King of All Nations Devotion
The above short prayer is not the Chaplet of Unity. The Chaplet of Unity is another prayer which is longer to pray. It is said on ordinary Rosary beads while meditating on God and all His Kingdom and work. It can be found on this page: http://jkmi.wsiefusion.net/the-prayers

Jesus also promises to protect those who say the chaplet from plagues: “I, Jesus, Son of the Most High God… promise to hold out to the souls who pray My Chaplet of Unity the Scepter of My Kingship and grant them mercy, pardon, and protection in times of severe weather and plagues. I extend this promise not only for yourselves, but also for individuals for whom you pray. Any harm or danger, spiritual or physical, whether it be to soul, mind or body, will I protect these souls against, and clothe them over with My Own mantle of Kingly Mercy.”

I’m sure in 1990 when people read that, they thought, what plagues? (Well, I guess I’m not sure, but that is probably what I would have thought.) We were a very sanitized country back then. Now, of course, it seems rather obvious that we could have plagues because of the uncleanness of people. (There is even a large population that does not brush their teeth and their teeth rot out of their heads, that is how unclean we are. They will not even shower every day, that is how clean we have become.) This physical uncleanness is a spiritual plague brought about by the increase of sin (I think probably especially blasphemy and sins of the flesh). It is interesting to note that bacterial plagues can spread very easily and quickly by flies. Therefore the fact that humanity wasn’t wiped out long ago from plagues shows a constant act of mercy from God.

I think most news is scare tactics, “click bait” if you will, and I take it all with a grain of salt (a whole canister of salt, actually). But the BBC did an analysis on the movement of germs through our connected culture in comparison to the spread of the Spanish flu which spread to 500 million people in 1918 and killed up to 100 million people. The Spanish flu is rarely talked about but if the amount of deaths worldwide was 100 million, that is how many Russians the Soviets killed during the USSR. So that is a really significantly huge number. Even people in the Arctic and on remote Pacific Islands were affected (according to wiki).

I don’t mean this as a scare tactic to get you to pray. I think that the BBC documentary was a scare tactic, I’m not sure what they were aiming for (possibly more government control over the people, if I remember the article I read correctly; which won’t save). But it is interesting that there was this large plague and also it is interesting and a good and awe-inspiring, amazing act of Mercy from Christ that He promises to protect us.

I worry if there were a plague that it may easily come from California. They have typhus and typhoid fever and the bubonic plague because of their feces and flea problem from their drug addictions (which causes their homelessness problems). Even third world countries do not have the feces problem that CA has, because third world countries are just very poor and oppressed, they are not so viciously blasphemous and drug addled and porn-fed and… whatever else causes their feces problems. And also who knows what other diseases could come from such very unclean conditions, new ones that have never been heard of. It would be sad if the very dirty state caused a worldwide problem, and a great shame to me about my country.

I’m sure that Jesus will help you overcome sin if you are having a problem with sin through the Chaplet of Unity, as well as other prayers, because Jesus promises to heal us in soul, mind, body, and heal our lives, if we say the Chaplet of Unity. And as I said, with the shorter daily prayer, maybe the conversion that will take place will be your own conversion! Which would save you from the yolk of the tyranny of sin.

I had swine flu (originating from China) back in early 2010s (I think maybe it was 2010, I don’t remember; whenever it was a problem where I live). I did not die because only children and elderly died, or those who had weak immune systems. However, it was an extremely bad flu. I went to sleep and woke up. Only when I woke up, 2 weeks had passed and I did not remember anything. I am glad to still be here.

I think if there was an outbreak of some sort of very infectious disease, I would start praying the Chaplet of Unity daily for me and my family (as Jesus promises to extend His Protection over those for whom we pray). I am relieved to know that I have protection. I wish I had known about this prayer when Swine Flu was on the rampage. … I also wish that many people had known about it, it would have spared the few children and elderly who had died. It is good to be aware of Jesus’ promises and be ready to flock to Him and take advantage of those problems, should a disease break out. (So let family and friends know, if they are practicing Catholics.) May you be blessed in God’s Mercy!

I lived through Hurricane Harvey, the most water dropped on a single place in earth in an estimated 1 million years. After the end of 2016, the local witches stole many Eucharists and desecrated them, which was a sin so tremendous that God punished us with the greatest Hurricane (I believe). Because of an efficient response on a state level and federal level, as well as neighbors helping out neighbors (we don’t riot in these parts during a Hurricane! And we help our neighbors!), much disaster that could have happened, did not happen. It’s true, there was a lot of property damage, and if the local governments had responded better, it is possible that there would have been even few lives lost, but I think most people did a historically excellent job helping one another and being charitable to one another.

My house did not sustain any damage even when my neighbors’ houses did; sometimes thousands and thousands of dollars worth of damage. It does pay to pray, God can work many miracles.

(I did not know about this devotion of the Chaplet of Unity during Hurricane Harvey, I prayed various Precious Blood devotions in which Christ promised to protect us from storms. The Consolation and Adoration prayers, which He promises to protect us from weather. https://www.preciousbloodinternational.com/prayers.html

Even if we have the prayer in the house, He will protect us. If I had known about the Chaplet of Unity, I would have prayed for the protection of my neighbors’ houses. … I also prayed the Chaplet of the Precious Blood during Harvey, but not until the last day, for an end to the storm… and then the storm ended. From my experiences, I believe that Christ can and will protect us from weather if He has promised to do so in association with a legitimate, Church-approved devotion, which the Chaplet of Unity is.)

Jesus also promises to extend protection over the souls who say this prayer. General protection.

There is so much that we need to be protected from in our day to day lives in today’s very sinful world. Abuse, exposure to sin, exposure to temptation, … more abuse…

Jesus said He will heal us, our lives, through the Chaplet of Unity. He is extremely benevolent and merciful; let us use our time and all of our lives to seek out His grace.



Second Devotion: Lady of All Nations
(Also known as, “Mother of All Nations.”)

This is a very, very short and easy prayer. Easier than the Jesus, King of All Nations little prayer. There is a beautiful image associated with the devotion. But first, the prayer:


Prayer:
Lord Jesus Christ, Son of the Father, 
send now Your Spirit over the earth. 
Let the Holy Ghost live 
in the hearts of all nations 
that they may be preserved from 
degeneration, disaster, & war. 
May the Lady of All Nations, 
the Blessed Virgin Mary, 
be our advocate. AMEN.

Our Lady said, “Child, this [prayer] is so simple and short that everyone can say it in one’s own language, before one’s own crucifix; and those who have no crucifix say it to themselves.”

This prayer is to prepare the world for the gift of the Holy Spirit.

Mary promises that if we say this prayer, the world, our nation, will be converted. (Sooner or later.) It will happen.

Also at the apparitions at Fatima, Our Lady said “my Immaculate Heart will triumph.” (My emphasis on the word “will.”)

And in the Jesus, King of All Nations devotion, Jesus again repeats that Mary’s Heart will triumph and that the devils are working furiously against Jesus’ coming reign on earth through the devotion to Mary, as Mary will lead us perfectly to Jesus (as she alone has received the power and mission from God to crush the skull of the serpent and destroy all heresies).

So this Lady of All Nations devotional prayer is so easy to say and you can easily say it every day.

You can read very much about this devotion here (pick a language): https://www.de-vrouwe.info/

I recommend going to the website. On the left side is the words highlighted in blue “The Prayer”. I recommend reading the links under that – they are short but very profound and beautiful.

Testimony from their website https://www.de-vrouwe.info/en/testimony-prayer

At the Third International Day of Prayer for Pentecost 1999, His Excellency Sooza Pakiam, Archbishop of Trivandrum, India made an impressive speech. This wonderful example is an excerpt taken from it.
Today, the devotion to the Lady of All Nations is spreading in different parts of my diocese. I wonder how I myself came into this movement? What attracted me most was the prayer taught by Our Lady. It is a meaningful, short and profound prayer. It is essentially an invocation of the Holy Spirit.
Now it has been ten years since I was ordained a bishop. During these past ten years, I initiated a number of activities and introduced a series of renewal programs in my diocese. As a result of all these, we now have a beautiful structure appreciated by all. But today what I realize is this: the greatest need of today is not structures and buildings, not methods and techniques, not machinery and blue prints. All these, without the Holy Spirit, are nothing but dead bodies without a soul. That is why in her prayer the Lady of All Nations teaches us to invoke the Holy Spirit so that the Spirit of God may come upon and live in the hearts of all nations, that they may be preserved from degeneration, disaster and war.
For this reason, I wrote a pastoral letter and asked all my priests to learn this beautiful prayer by heart and to teach it to all their parishioners. I myself recite this prayer several times a day, because what we need today is not mainly new legislation, new theologies and new liturgies, but above all a fresh outpouring of the Holy Spirit, so that the Spirit may take our hearts of stone and give us a heart of flesh. (Cf. Ezek 36:26-27)…
May the veneration of Mary as the Lady of All Nations inspire each and every one of us and all of humanity to imitate the example of Mary’s total surrender to God who “casts the mighty from the throne and exalts the lowly …” (Lk 1:52)

Image of Lady of All Nations
There is a beautiful, serene image associated with this devotion.

This is the image of the Lady of All Nations.

The sheep represent the nations of the earth, and the people of earth. She then says that we “...will not find true rest “until they lie down and in tranquility look up at the Cross, the center of this world” (May 31, 1951). https://www.de-vrouwe.info/en/the-image

Laying down tranquilly sounds like, to me, having a great trust in the Divine Mercy and repenting of one’s sins and reforming the way of life, as well as giving one’s heart over to God in a sincere way. This can be achieved through meditating on the scripture of the Passion of Jesus (which is what the Rosary is), as well as devoting oneself to the Eucharist and His presence on the Sacrament of Confession.


How I came to know about this prayer is that I was making the Stations of the Cross in a chapel, and a woman came over to me to give me a small pamphlet, almost like a prayer card, about it. She was very excited. She said a very holy priest (I can’t remember if an exorcist or not) had blessed the prayer card. I took it home.

Even when very distressed, if I looked on the image, I found great spiritual relief. I laminated the little pamphlet.

I think one of the reasons I believe in this devotion is that, throughout the years I have suffered from a number of crippling mental or psychological disabilities which have, at various times, rendered me usually incapable of remember anything. It is not just, “oh I have a bad memory”; at times it was so bad, I sincerely did not know what I had done one second earlier. Prayer seemed almost impossible (although I prayed anyway, in my mental poverty) because I wasn’t meditating or contemplating, I didn’t know what I was doing at all. Not only for prayer, but ever. “Completely out of it” does not begin. It was immensely frustrating. A very difficult way to live, I depended very much on God for everything because I was so poor and weak. (Thanks be to God, He has healed me, particularly through confessions, which were also quite difficult because I had to remember sins, at least long enough to write them down, but He helped me in this regard as well and over my time going to confessions monthly I have been greatly, miraculously and impossibly greatly healed, and I believe it is God’s desire to one day fully heal me, although if it had been His Will that I remained forever a cripple, I would have submitted to it; but He wants to heal.)

But, my point is, that no matter how completely 100% messed up I was, where I didn’t know where I was or what the date was or what medicine I had taken or not taken or literally couldn’t remember or even know ANYTHING,
……. I always remembered to say this prayer.
Every day.
And I remembered that I had said it when I had said it, and that I needed to say it when I hadn’t.

That’s very powerful. I believe there is something truly special about this little prayer.