DAILY CATHOLIC    FRI-SAT-SUN     April 9-11, 1999     vol. 10, no. 67


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          By popular demand, we are bringing you the Messages imparted to Cyndi Cain, the Hidden Flower of the Immaculate Heart from the Immaculate Mother and her Divine Son Jesus. These messages for the world began September 22, 1990 and were completed on June 18, 1995 on the Feast of Corpus Christi with the charge, "Do not be afraid. Do not be anxious. Do not become lukewarm. Remember, I am with you always until the end of time. Behold, My little ones, I beg you to prepare, for I Come!" Through these five years Cyndi was under the astute spiritual direction of her personal Spiritual Director Father Al Svobodny, OMI who discerned each message before being released. He was personally selected by Our Lady in this great task. It was Our Lord who has called Cyndi "the Hidden Flower" as Jesus relayed to her in an earlier message: "...because My Mother has taken you, a tender bud and placed you within My Sacred Wounds, I shall mold you, I shall bring to perfection all that I have placed within you, and this shall be hidden from the world...My Hidden Flower, know that I place you in the hands of My Immaculate Mother, and you shall know the tender care of Her Immaculate Heart. Know that I desire to work in you in silence, that you shall suffer many crosses and that to you shall be given the triple martyrdom of body, mind and soul." In response to Their request, Cyndi makes these messages known again to the entire world through the Catholic-Internet Network so that all God's children everywhere, without exception, may receive the Blessed Mother's Messages. We are trying to have all the messages over five years published in book form. However the escalating costs of printing prohibits that at the present time. If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation to help defray the costs of publishing this large-volumed book as Our Lady has requested often, ...please click here. Today, we bring you messages 471 and 472 from March 17, 1994 and March 20, 1994 imparted by Our Lady and Our Lord.

Messages 471 and 472

Message Four Hundred-seventy-one, March 17, 1994

(Imparted to the Hidden Flower by the Immaculate Heart of Mary)
(Feast of Saint Patrick)
          Beloved Hidden Flower, how I love you. That which has been shown to you shall come to pass in the fullness of God's Time.

          Beloved children, as you celebrate in worldly ways this feast of St. Patrick, I solemnly tell all my children that you would do better to meditate on that infused knowledge imparted to St. Patrick, which was to spread the eternal truth of the Most Blessed Trinity. On this day, be mindful that at all times your thoughts, words, and deeds are before the Triune Divinity. The Oneness of God cannot be comprehended by your finite mind, but God imparts to humble souls the understanding of this sublime mystery which leads the soul to intimate union.

          Therefore, I beseech all of you to prostrate yourself before the Triune Divinity and beg of God the grace to be enlightened by the Holy Spirit, and to be one with my Divine Son's Passion! O! If only you could realize how great it is to love my Son's Passion and be a living, loving victim offered to the eternal Father.

          This, my children, shall prove to be a year that many will recognize as the River of Sorrow. I feel your sorrow and I intercede for you before the Triune Divinity. Prepare your hearts and souls by deep love, abiding trust, and faith that is unshakable.

          I love and bless you. Thank you for responding to my Call!

Message Four Hundred-seventy-two, March 20, 1994

(Imparted to the Hidden Flower by the Sacred Heart of Jesus)
(Fifth Sunday of Lent)
          Beloved Hidden Flower of My Mother's Immaculate Heart, be at peace for I am with you.

          Please tell all My children that it is My Mercy which allows them to pass through the crucible of suffering now so that they may come closer to Me and love Me with all their being.

          Little children, soon you will celebrate the Feast of the Annunciation! O! What a solemn feast. Contemplate well the fathomless Mercy of God in this Mystery; I, your God, became man in the ever-immaculate womb of Mary, and in My obedience I subjected Myself to all of man's pains and sorrows. My crucifixion began at this moment, and culminated on Calvary.

          Therefore, learn from Me. You must walk as I walked -- a life of loving obedience intertwined with suffering and Perfect Love for 33 years. Why then do you grow weary of My Mother's messages?

          Why do you seek for more than that which is given? O! Be not of shallow faith for that is what placed the Cross on My shoulder! O! Be not of little trust, for My grief at your lack of trust caused Me to fall three times on My way to execution! O! Be not of little love, for this nailed Me to the Cross upon which I surrendered My spirit to My Father, and which allowed the soldiers' lance to pierce My Sacred Heart.

          Come to Me. Drink freely from the Font of Divine Mercy and do not grow weary. I solemnly tell you: Keep your eyes upon Me and seek the Holy Spirit, that you live My Mother's messages. All that has been revealed shall come to pass.

          And, little children, do not be concerned over temporal things. Keep watch upon your soul, for the Justice comes swiftly. Trust in Me, and all that you truly need shall be given unto you. Enter into the Refuge of My Sacred Heart and let all who are called come together as the first Christians lived.

          I am with you and I bless you. Solemnly do I say to you: Prepare!

April 9-11, 1999       volume 10, no. 70


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