This is a message inspired by the Holy Spirit through L. when doing the Six
August 27, 2015 – Feast of St. Monica
L.: O God, having completed all of my duties today, we longed to receive a
message from St. Monica. At this time, I lift up to God the Six Kowtows; since the day the Six Kowtows were revealed to us, after each Mass, we save this moment to lift them up to God. Maybe we do
this being the pioneers, but we have done this regularly in the past months and so this is something we do, not just for ourselves but we are doing it for the people in our families, for the people
who do not yet believe, for the people who are hardened, for the sinners, and also for the stubborn people who still have not opened the eyes of faith to do what needs to be done, with soul and heart
– to ask for God’s forgiveness, to return in the months of blessings and graces. We do not know when it will be time for us to leave this world, when God calls; God, please help us mature in our
actions: to have the spirit to understand, to ask God to forgive us when we worship God with soul and heart; with the grateful heart that we have forgotten all these years and completely did not know
of – to be kindled in us in the urgent days, so that we perform with all our hearts, to lift up to God, with a heart in belief, with a heart in prostration, with the heart God wants to encounter.
I offer to God the Father the First Kowtow. I thank God the Father for giving us this day; we cannot believe the amazing graces we receive from the heavenly kingdom, through the saints in the Holy
Eucharist that I took pictures of this morning, and then to receive a message from St. Monica, a saint who has gone into history, who is now in heaven and who came to give the world lively words
through Father’s permission. At this time, I cannot stop lifting up words from our thankful and grateful hearts, with praises forever in our souls and hearts. O Father – we are the children of
Father; Father bestowed upon us so many graces, Father poured down on us so many blessings but it is only till this day that we know to kneel in prostration, which is quite late but not too late when
our hearts are still beating, for us to do what we can – without reluctance, without fear, without our ego – to learn to prostrate to worship a God whom we must worship; we must know this and we must
prostrate with all our souls, our hearts, our minds. That is something that must be done, a manifestation to remind mankind today that there is no other place for us to entrust, that there is no
other place, peaceful and happy, apart from God. Today, we lift up this kowtow with our hearts – to thank God’s love, to revere, to worship, and to repent of the daily mistakes we make in our lives;
I thank God’s grace, I praise God, and I worship God with the First Kowtow.
I offer the Second Kowtow to Jesus. I thank Jesus because He was and is present with us; though history has gone by, the things He accomplished for humanity still remain sublimely divine to this day;
particularly close and help open the eyes of faith for us to boldly kneel and bow down in prostration today. O Jesus – if without Jesus, we will not have this opportunity; if Jesus does not come, we
will not have the opportunity to recognize our imperfections. In each of our lives, we rarely say thanks, we rarely speak from a grateful heart, and we rarely understand blessings bestowed from God,
the Creator of heaven, of earth, and of everything; the Redeemer of our sinful souls – so today, we have the opportunity to speak up through the Second Kowtow reserved for Jesus Christ our God. Many
things are taught vividly in today’s world; we are experiencing so many blessings close to us and which are revealed in the world – it is the heavenly world that is present when we believe, when we
seek, when we open our hearts and open the eyes of faith. That presence is very close; it is not too far as humans think but is a liveliness that brings us joy, hope, peace, which God keeps on giving
while awaiting us. In the Holy Name of Jesus Christ, there are no words that can fully describe and express what we lift up to Him, in a spirit of worship, to a living God, a lively God, a God who is
close to us, a God who is merciful and full of love for us to meet today – the Father who is the First Person, the Son who is the Second Person, and the Holy Spirit who is the Third Person.
We offer the Third Kowtow with the sentiment that we should have done this a long time ago, that we should have known, that we should have understood a long time ago but we have only begun to
discover it in this day. They are the phases of the path that just opened up for us, but the Holy Spirit already gave us countless graces – staying close to us, to the human world – present in our
hearts, in the depth of our souls; for so long each of us has had the guidance and the protection of the Holy Spirit. Authoritatively, on the day we receive the Sacrament of Baptism, we belong to God
and to the Church; though we deny Him, though we fail to understand Him, He is still with us, still patient with us, still teaching us – those who walk in holiness, whether they are aware or not,
they still succeed with the tolerance God gives to each of us in the present role that we have.
Do not think of what we can do, do not think we are talented, do not think we are sinless: we owe it to the Holy Spirit who helps us in a divine way which we inadvertently are not aware of; we have
been indifferent countless times – we refuse, we only know how to live in the ego, in the personality, living with what we like to do only according to our preferences and our own ideas. We hardly
think of what we need to be grateful and thankful for; with the voice of the soul, with the voice of the conscience, with the voice inherent, still in our souls – with the perplexed, pondering, and
compassionate moment, it is the voice of the Holy Spirit, which is still there and within us. Whether we accept Him or not, His duty is to protect, to defend, and to lead us on the path of holiness;
when we believe then that becomes stronger, when we believe then things work more clearly – closer to us – so that our lives become more meaningful, more beautiful, more understanding, more open, and
when in our faith we know Him and we have Him, He continues to give us the opportunity.
Today with the Third Kowtow, on behalf of all the brothers and sisters around the world (2), on behalf of my family, of my children, of the people who do not yet believe, of the people who do not yet
know, of the people who are hardened, of the people who are rejecting, and of the people who are living in sin, we lift up to God with a grateful heart and with repentance for the realities that we
do not yet know, that we do not yet understand. God, please give us the opportunity in this world where there is not much time left so that we can promptly return; God, please continue to touch each
one of us, so that we know our duties, know what we still do not know, do what we still have not done, return soon to know what is needed in preparation for our souls and to prepare for the coming
days in which we cannot overcome, the days of purification, facing justice before God. There are no words for us to say it all; we do not know what can be said to repay God’s love, we only know to
bow down to thank, to praise a God who was and who is present – only He can understand and teach us the good and holy things. That is the reason for us today to prostrate, to bow our heads in worship
to one God in Three Persons, to the Trinity, in the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.
I offer the Fourth Kowtow to the Body and Blood of Christ who allows me to receive on this day; we may not know but in the divine realm, God shelters, shields, guards, and looks out for us; He always
gives us special graces, protects us from tribulations, from dangers. In the life of each person, there are certain phases that are life-threatening, but in the end we are still alive, we still have
the moments to be able to gather together to do things with our hands, with our feet, with our breathing. That is the Eucharist of Christ whom people have forgotten about, have failed to understand
the sublimity of Jesus offering Himself – His Body, His Blood – to humanity. The days are lonely and miserable when there is no Eucharist of Christ in the earthly world to nurture us spiritually, to
nurture the entire human world – in debauchery, in suffering, in sin – but God still continues to persevere in remaining, God still continues to give, God still continues to wait.
That is the love through the Eucharist, with the Blood received through the Body and the Blood of Christ in the Holy Mass; the significance of the nourishment of the soul — which continues to enable
us to see the Gospel, to see the closeness of God, whom we are able to receive whenever we attend the Holy Mass – is extremely important. Please help us to treasure, revere, and understand the
meaning when we receive the Body and Blood of Christ, so that we know this is an encounter with an omnipotent God who was and is, so that we may lift up the words to pray for realities we need to be
worthy to receive His Body and Blood in our hearts. We lift up countless words of thanks and gratitude in recognition of the humility of a God, who, because of love, dwells in each of our hearts
every single time we receive Him, so that we respond with our minds, with our hearts. Let us not continue on heartlessly or remain stubborn and lose the opportunity to meet and to be grateful to our
God through His own Body and Blood.
With the Fifth Kowtow, we cannot forget that today, thanks to the Five Holy Wounds of Jesus, we are still alive, we still exist in this world, we still have the days and the months for us to repent.
He died; He died for humanity; He accepted death to bring us out of sins, and returned in triumphant glory, with hope and a new light. That is what God had done, and God continues to wait for us to
understand, for us to be touched; to meet us through our actions – spiritually, physically – with the determination to believe; God is waiting for each one of us to answer. Our souls are withered
because we close shut our hearts, because in our selfishness we only know of what is in the present but we do not look at history, we do not look into the future; we do not look at the inherent,
sublime realities, deeply immersed in our souls with the imprint of love, for which we are indebted to Jesus through His Five Holy Wounds. He died so we might live; we are alive thanks to the grace
of a God who still is and forever remains with us through the words that we lift up to the Persons (3), to really comprehend the Persons to whom today we personally bow our heads to worship, to
praise. We kneel in prostration to our God; we cannot refuse His love through the Five Holy Wounds; we cannot be indifferent to all that God has done for us to have a happy future in this world and
for our souls to have eternal life in the next life.
Today, the saints also testified to all the works done in the world (4); if we know the way, we will only let it be within God’s providence – we can manage it, we can do it because we have the mark
of love through the Five Holy Wounds that Jesus placed deep in the depth of the soul. We need to have gratitude inherent in the heart – a thankful heart to lift up to Him. Today, all these words do
not come from humans but from the Holy Spirit who opens up for us to understand the words teaching and reminding each one of us; each Christian person, each sheep of God, each person who looks at the
Cross and understands the meaning of being a child of God. We lift up countless praises, thanksgiving, and praise on behalf of all the people around the world; to thank, to praise God, to glorify God
through the Five Holy Wounds. God, please help us, please have mercy on us; lead us in the days that are at a standstill in the world today, with the chaos and so many things surrounded by evil. We
have no one else to rely on; we just know to run to God to ask for help with the tribulations in the world today; to prepare for the days of purification, to prepare for the days we have to
encounter. God, please help open our souls, open our hearts, open our minds, so that we do what needs to be done and what should be done, so that we understand one another, in the unity of love; to
have peace and harmony in the world . Amen.
With the Sixth Kowtow, we cannot forget to offer words of thanksgiving to God the Father. God the Father chose Mother; Mother is the Person who gives to the human world by Mother’s virtues and
actions, by Mother’s deeds in the days on earth. Today we lift up to God with a reverent heart reserved for Mother, for the Immaculate Heart of Mary – the Mother of the Eucharist, the Mother of the
Divine Mercy, the Mother of the Heart of Love. Mother is the Queen of Heaven, Mother of Perpetual Help; please help us with the situations in the world today, with sins that have gone to the extent
where we cannot even forgive ourselves. How can God easily forgive us when we fail to return, when we fail to listen to Mother’s words? Because people are surrounded by the evil spirits, they reject
God, they fail to recognize God, they continue to offend, they continue with immorality, and they continue to be the cause of everything.
People in the world today have distanced themselves from God in an alarming way; faith has decreased in an unimaginable way, the world rejects all the commandments, things that need to be done and
should be recognized. Mother is the Person who can see that if we do not really hurry, if we do not really accept, if we do not really return with heart, if we do not really do what needs to be done
to ask God for mercy and forgiveness, then we must face the justice that nobody can avoid before God. If He is not a loving Supreme Being, if He is not full of love, then we must die because we have
fallen into the snares of the evil spirits, we opened the door for them to enter, we cooperated with them, and we let our flesh be satisfied. The earthly realities dimmed our life of faith; there
were times we committed offenses and violations intentionally and unintentionally, but we have not quite risen up yet.
What we know today helps us not to forget what Mother teaches, what Mother unveils, because the world today is entering into these extremes; if without Mother’s help, if Mother does not help us know
the meaning of the Six Kowtows so that we prostrate and return in these urgent days, then we still continue to be indifferent, we still continue to let everything be normal and banal. The day that
God the Father comes to complete everything: then no one would be able to continue to survive in the new world or be saved to return to the heavenly kingdom (5); so with all that is heard and known
we definitely need Mother in life, we greatly need Mother in everyday life to ask Mother to continue to guide and help us, because only Mother’s voice can obtain acceptance; Mother’s voice is the
voice helping us remain till this day – to have more time, to give us more time to repent, to recognize the moments of the remaining days.
God, indeed, is very sublime. God looks for all kinds of ways to bestow, and we do have Mother; Mother, please continue to intercede for our world, continue to lead each one of us when we run to
Mother, continue to teach us what needs to be done and what must be done according to the Will of God so that we may be saved in the remaining days – with the tribulations, the terror, the panic that
people cannot overcome, in the days of purification. This is what we know today. There are many things to be taught. Mother will help and assist us so that together we unite to return to God; that
will be the unfolding of divine realities that can be seen, felt, and are close in today’s world thanks to Mother’s help. There are no other words that could be said besides saying thanks to Mother –
with gratitude, with thanksgiving – honoring Mother as our Mother; Mother, please continue to support and lead us in the days that we have a hard time overcoming because of the tribulations that are
like a snare that the evil people set up for the battle to snatch the souls, the bodies of those who are weak and immature like us. Mother, please prevent this, please remove that snare of darkness,
and give us the light, so that we hold onto Mother’s mantle, hold onto the cover from Mother’s dress to lead us through the trappings of the earthly world – in the dying days, in the miserable days,
in the chaotic days that humans are experiencing in the world today, masquerading as living in a sophisticated and civilized way but actually living in sins and dying in sins.
There are no other words we can further express but to simply offer praises of gratitude and thanksgiving, in the Holy Name of Jesus Christ our Lord. I do not forget to thank father St. Joseph (he is
a quiet being but always intercedes to God for the world; those who come to him do not return empty-handed), along with the heavenly divine kingdom and the three Archangels who still continue to help
us in the earthly world; please help us open our eyes of faith to see that what God gives and arranges comes from a mighty God, a King above all kings. All those blessings are arranged in a schedule
that mankind is allowed to see unveiled in the world today so that we never forget the favors of the saints, of the angels, and the heavenly kingdom helping us in today’s generation. Let us lift up
thanks and ask them to continue to help us in prayers, with beseeching words to God the Father to lessen the chastisement for the world in sin, and to help us open the eyes of faith, open our hearts
to embrace realities we have not yet known, so that we may see, may hear, may know – with united hearts – and together prostrate and return to God to receive the grace of forgiveness and the grace of
salvation in the remaining days of the end of the century.
In the Holy Name of Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen, Amen, Amen. L. completed all the words to be lifted up to God before the tabernacle at this moment; it is exactly 1:56 p.m. on Thursday, August 27,
2015, at St. Lawrence Church where L., A., and my nephew T. have the opportunity to bow our heads to prostrate with the Six Kowtows on behalf of the brothers and sisters who do not know, on behalf of
the people who already know, on behalf of the people who still do not believe yet, on behalf of the people who do not believe (6), and on behalf of the people who are living in sin: to ask God for
mercy, for forgiveness; to lead us back in unity, with the meaning of the Six Kowtows, which people need to do – with soul, body, heart, and mind – to ask God to have mercy, to forgive humanity in
general and each one of us in particular. We cannot do much but we can pray to God on their behalf; to ask God for forgiveness, to do what needs to be done, to see faith revived, to bring back the
brothers we already met and are meeting. In the Holy Name of Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen, Amen, Amen.
The anonymous messenger, L., is an American immigrant from Vietnam. She leads a very
intense prayer life that centers on attending the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and adoration of Our Lord in the Most Blessed Sacrament. She receives messages by way of interior locutions and is able to
capture visions of Eucharistic miracles on her cell phone. When Jesus gives her messages, it is as a loving Father to His children (for more on this please see the homepage of www.nrtte.org).
(1) Please see “The Six Kowtows” message of August 19, 2014. “Prostration,” mentioned later, always refers to a kowtow.
(2) “brothers and sisters” does not refer only to those close to someone or of the same group of some kind; rather it is every person in the whole world – to our “neighbor” as Jesus taught in
the Parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37).
(3) The Three Persons of the Most Holy Trinity
(4) St. Monica gave a message earlier in this day to L. Also this refers to what is above in this message: “the saints in the Holy Eucharist that I took pictures of this morning”.
(5) This reminds us of Jesus’ words: “when the Son of man comes, will he find faith on earth?” (Luke 18:8). In these evil times, without Divine Mercy, we don’t have a chance. This private
revelation focuses on Divine Mercy: the very urgent need for all to come back to God’s mercy now, before it is too late.
(6) “Believe” this second time refers to those who do not believe in the Six Kowtows, as opposed to the previous group, who still may believe in the future.
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