''I wish that for every month, on the 13th, the people to whom I have revealed to will speak to all My children, to invite the world, and invite every person in the world today to lessen their own desires, putting their own interests above all else...
When Christmas comes, people shop, give gifts and indulge. How many people think about the mystery of the Incarnation – the God who leaves His throne to share the human condition, to redeem the human race from being lost?
More than 2,000 years ago, the Jews waited for the Messiah to come, but when He came, they did not believe the child born in poverty to be the Savior. To this day, the Jews are still waiting for the Savior to come, because they think that Jesus Christ is not the Son of the Living God.
Are we different than the Jews? Do we truly live with the Infant Jesus on His birthday or are we lukewarm and indifferent to Him like the Jews?
To truly live in the Spirit of God is to act like the three Wise Men. They saw the star that fulfilled the prophecy of Isaiah: Behold a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and his name shall be called Emmanuel (Is 7:14), which means “God is with us.” When they learned that the new king was born, the three Wise Men set out. They traveled, they sought, they came, they met, they rejoiced, they experienced salvation, and they offered to God meaningful gifts.
Not many of us offer to the Infant Jesus meaningful gifts as gold, frankincense and myrrh. At the most, we attend Christmas Mass and then go home to celebrate and enjoy.
We need to spend time to meditate on the mystery of the Incarnation, because it is a marvel of God the Father: But when the time had fully come, God sent forth his Son, born of woman, born under the law, to redeem those who were under the law, so that we might receive adoption as sons. And because you are sons, God has sent the Spirit of his Son into our hearts, crying, "Abba! Father!" So through God you are no longer a slave but a son, and if a son then an heir. (Galatians 4:4-7)
The Infant Jesus not only came as in the past but He comes every day. Jesus is still present among us miraculously through the consecrated bread and wine. After the priest reads the Eucharist Prayer, immediately the bread and wine became the Body and Blood of Christ, food and drink to nourish our souls.
Moreover, every day He remains in the tabernacle, continuing to be among us, like the Ark among the Jews in the past. But how many visit Him for just a few minutes every day? Soon, friends, you will see that it takes only a few minutes each day to visit God to enable you to save your souls.
At 12:30 a.m. on October 27, 2017:
The Face of Jesus Christ
in the Eucharist
Captured by Lucia
at the Emmaus Chapel
St. Theresa Catholic Church
Sugar Land, Texas
Below is a summary of a Six Kowtows message on
December 21, 2018
Introduction through the Holy Spirit
The First Kowtow: God the Father
The Second Kowtow: Jesus
The Third Kowtow: The Holy Spirit
The Fourth Kowtow: The Eucharistic Jesus
The Fifth Kowtow: The Five Holy Wounds
The Sixth Kowtow: Immaculate Heart of Mother Mary
4 a.m., June 1, 2018:
A visit of heaven through the Eucharist
– this photo was taken by the messenger
Lucia Phan in front of Emmaus Chapel,
St. Theresa Catholic Church,
Sugar Land, Texas.