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This is a message inspired by the Holy Spirit through L.

October 3, 2015

L.: O God, it is 11:14 a.m., Saturday, October 3, 2015, at the Holy Rosary Church. Today is the First Saturday of the month; we have the opportunity to come here to attend Mass. October is the Month of the Rosary; we would like to come here to attend Mass in the coming days; this month is especially called the month of the flower (1) so that we venerate Blessed Mother with Rosaries. After attending the Mass daily, in our roles as pioneers, as witnesses to everything known and heard through the meanings of the Six Kowtows, we set apart this time to lift up to God.

O God the Father – we thank Father’s (2) grace for the love Father gave us; Father bestowed upon us countless blessings and graces, for each of our brothers and sisters all over the world. We attend this Mass celebrated for the people who belong to the Legio Mariae, the Legion of Mary association; we thank Father’s grace and on behalf of those brothers and sisters, we kowtow reverently to Father – to thank, to praise, to glorify, and to honor. Maybe our brothers and sisters do not yet know but in these sentiments in the near future and the future we will together prostrate (3) – to thank the love that Father reserves for us, for humanity in general, and for each person in particular.  This is the grace of the remaining days, so that we reverently remember, and for our lips to always glorify Father in our lives, by heart, by soul, by the implicit prostration of our hearts, to ask Father to have mercy, to ask Father to intervene for us in today’s world.  There are so many sufferings in life and so many miseries that we must face; Father, please bless us, take care of us, protect us, and forgive your children with repentant hearts – by actions, by deeds, and by our gestures in the prostration.

I would like to offer to Jesus the Second Kowtow. We thank God; because God died for us, the name of God is related to everything we lift up to God, and we become healthy through the healing from God when saying the Name of Jesus Christ.  This is the truth: in our human world, right from the beginning, from the day Father became incarnate in this world until this day, Father gave us countless sublime blessings, that Father reserved for us through abundant graces.  Today we recognize and we see that closeness, so what can we use to give in return for the affection that Father reserves for us? We offer the Second Kowtow on behalf of all the brothers and sisters with our pleas; Father, please continue to sanctify and transform each of our earthly lives, so that our souls are able to meet Father, with gratitude, thanksgiving, glorifying and praise, in the Holy Name of Jesus Christ whom we worship.

With the Third Kowtow, I bow down to thank the grace of God the Holy Spirit. Thanks to Him, the words we are saying, the words we know, the sentiments and the meaning of each kowtow come from You, from You we know the holy things in life, from You we know to choose the good things, the holy things. He is the love, He is the light, He is the life, He is the hope; please lead our human world, please lead all the brothers and sisters all over the entire world, united together in mind, in prostration and in love; so that all of us listen and act together with everything we learn from Father’s doctrine. Let us learn from the Seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit so that we act with each other in life, go forward, join together to worship Father through the guidance of the Holy Spirit; enveloped by His love, in the brilliant wisdom teaching us in our daily lives, so that we know how to control, to overcome, to conquer, with everything in the spiritual life, in our souls , which each of us has forgotten and has become familiar with in life, so that we always offer particularly to God – to God the Father, to Jesus, and to the Holy Spirit.

With the Fourth Kowtow, we give thanks for God’s love – that we can receive the Body and Blood of the Lord into our hearts.  Father, please remain with us; please give us the grace to recognize Father’s love, to recognize Father’s grace daily in our lives, nourishing our souls and our bodies through Father’s Body and Blood. Father, please sanctify us daily so that we recognize Father’s love and Father’s presence in our hearts, so that we learn from Father’s meekness and humility and Father’s presence in order to ask for protection and help for us through the tribulation, the difficulties, the sufferings in life so that we are ready to reserve a place for Father in our hearts, so that we are worthier in life when we recognize the meaning of the Holy Eucharist of Father, when we recognize Father’s Body and Blood nourishing our souls, our bodies, our minds.

Everything in our lives we surrender and we embrace the graces that Father reserves for us, which is the closeness so that Father will guard and protect; in the divine realm, Father pours down His graces upon each of us. Father, please help us to be conscious of and to reflect upon all the great mysteries from which today we hear the words and experience the Real Presence. Father, please remain with us daily; as Father said: “I am with you always, to the close of the age.” Let this be done on us; we keep this in mind forever, in faithfulness and perseverance until the last moment with Jesus Christ, our God, through the Holy Eucharist.

O God, we thank the grace of the Five Holy Wounds of God. We offer the Fifth Kowtow to God, because of the Five Holy Wounds today we exist and live in the fullness of happiness with the blessings from Father. Father’s words still remain in us and we understand the meanings when we take possession of the Five Holy Wounds of Father, when we receive the everlasting mark of love in our hearts, in the depths of the soul just as we always have Father as the mark that will never forsake us. Even though we are unworthy, even though there is so much we do not yet know and do not know or we have become accustomed to and become indifferent, cold, but that love always invites in order to help us; the Divine Mercy of Father forever waits to give us life  to give us a new life, and to give us a source of new life.

Father, please help us recognize; we especially reserve the Fifth Kowtow to forever venerate the Five Holy Wounds that Father reserves for us, on behalf of all the brothers and sisters around the world – people who do not yet know, those who do not yet believe, those who reject, and those who are living in sin, those who grieve Father’s Heart daily. Let us console you, Father, by what we are doing today, bowing down to worship, to prostrate, and saying to Father: “Father, I am sorry; I apologize on behalf of the brothers and sisters who do not yet know, who do not yet recognize Father. Father’s love has become the mark on each of us; may they realize Father’s love for us in order to repent and do penance, and return, with the invitation that Father’s Divine Mercy has come and given to us.” This is the gratitude and the appreciation that I lift up to the Five Holy Wounds.

 

We offer to Father the Sixth Kowtow, to thank the Immaculate Heart of Mother Mary. We honor Mother; we reserve this special kowtow to offer to Mother. Today we know how to bow down to worship – with heart, with soul, with all the body – thanks to Mother who taught us; Mother revealed to the world. (4) This is a new practice but we definitely must recognize because this is an urgent time in which we are able to hear and to receive the teaching from Mother. Especially today, especially in October which is the month commemorating Blessed Mother, we would like to continue to listen to Mother’s words teaching us, in a spirit of prostration – with heart, with soul, with repentance so that we recognize the wrongdoings in life, so that we become righteous as in the doctrine Father taught.

Beside us, we have Mother; we cannot be without our Mother – every second, every minute in life – we ask Mother: Mother, please continue to teach us, to guide us, and to always intercede for us to our God.  Mother is also the advocate to intercede with God for us; because of our weak flesh we have still have many falls, and there is still much that the world cannot comprehend, such as the love and the graces that God bestows in the time period of blessings and graces. Mother, please teach us; Mother, please show us how to come close to God in order to understand what God bestows upon us in this time period. We stand in for the people around the world – with the voice, with the heart, with the return, with the prostration to ask for Mother’s intervention, to ask for Mother to lead us to God’s love, to win the final battle in the remaining days of the last century and the days of purification. With everything that happened and is happening, we will be the people who will always nestle ourselves in Mother’s mantle, relying on Mother’s army, uniting with Mother’s army and Mother’s intervention, for our human world not to step into the chaos of the darkness and sins of today’s world.

I am grateful for everything that we offer to God on behalf of the brothers and sisters around the world. It is also our pioneering role to continue to quietly go anywhere the altar is, anywhere the Cross is, anywhere the Divine Mercy image is, anywhere the holy image of the Sacred Heart of Jesus is (5) – we definitely must prostrate to lift up to God sentiments on behalf of the people who are indifferent and cold, on behalf of the people who do not know, so that they also unite with us in the remaining days to prepare for everything that we see in the world today, waiting for Jesus’ return.

And I cannot forget to thank Saint Joseph who, silently, always intercedes for the Church, for us, and for each family, when we run to him. Today the Pope comes to especially talk about family life; I firmly believe that Saint Joseph was the patriarch in the past, and today he continues to silently pray for the world and for our families. Today we also thank his grace and we ask him to continue to intercede with God for our human world, for our humanity, for every role, for every family, for every individual to belong to God, to recognize God, to return with a life of repentance, to ask God to forgive the world in general, and each individual in particular.

We cannot forget to thank the angels, the saints, and the archangels who always protect us in a special way, in a spiritual way.  In the mystery, in the divine realm, we do not see, but they work dutifully to protect us daily; please continue to intercede with God for us and continue to lead us, so that we recognize the graces that God granted abundantly to the human world, so that we return together with unity to prostrate, to worship, to thank, to praise. In the Holy Name of our only God, in the Name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. Amen. Amen.

L. completes this message at exactly 11:26 a.m. on Saturday, October 3, 2015, regarding the meaning of the Six Kowtows and the words we pray and beseech at every Holy Mass; then after Mass, we spend time to lift up to God our hearts, our souls, on behalf of all the brothers and sisters all over the world – the people who do not know, the people who do not believe, the people who do not yet understand, the people who have not heard, and even the sinners. May God have mercy on our humanity; may God have mercy on each of us; may God have mercy on the people who are indifferent and cold so that we may recognize God’s love, so that we return with repentance, so that we are prepared to welcome Jesus at the Second Coming (6), as well as overcoming the days of purification that each of us face in life – with the holy things, with the things we choose for our souls, with our hearts lifted up toward God. Amen. Amen. Amen.

  1. L. is Vietnamese American; among Vietnamese, May is celebrated as the “flower month” of the Virgin Mary.
  2. In this paragraph, “Father” does not refer to Jesus, as usual, but rather to the First Person of the Trinity.
  3. “Prostrate” and “prostration” in these messages always refers to kowtowing. Please see “The Six Kowtows” message of August 19, 2014. The basics of kowtowing are there, but as this short message shows there is a lot to be “fleshed out” in the Six Kowtows in both meaning and intentions. They are not supposed to be a short recitation but rather: praying with the heart, giving thanks, honoring, worshipping God, praising, understanding, and interceding to God and Blessed Mother.
  4. The Six Kowtows were revealed first by Blessed Mother and they are Her gift to the world in these urgent times.
  5. Before the Eucharist remains the most important “place” where we are to kowtow.
  6. The Second Coming is not imminent. Much must still happen, including the period of roughly “a thousand years” mentioned in Revelation 20:2-3.

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