A Call To Peace DAILY CATHOLIC for February 10
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THE HIDDEN WAY
INTRODUCTION: Jesus says in Matthew 11: 28,These Lessons/Meditations are a numerical series of 100 instructions given to Cyndi Cain, the Hidden Flower of the Immaculate Heart over the time period of January 6, 1995 to March 1, 1995 (Ash Wednesday). Though there are a few of these Lessons/Meditations from Our Lady, the majority are from Jesus Himself. He asks that these simple messages with deep theological insight be called "THE HIDDEN WAY" for it is in being truly hidden - obedient, humble little ones - that we are lifted up with Him in sharing His Passion and ultimately His glory. He asks that we hide ourselves in His wounds and there meditate upon His Passion and Death, contemplating upon His words in Matthew, "for there is nothing hidden, that shall not be revealed: nor secret that shall not be known" so that through discernment and meditation we can be drawn closer to the Triune Divinity and understand more clearly the role each of us is to play in His Plan of Salvation for ourselves and others. Only by immersing ourselves in Christ can we understand this as the words from the prayer "Anima Christi" - the essence of the salvific nature of Christ's Passion and Death - states: "O Good Jesus, hear me. Within Thy Wounds, hide me...so that hidden in Your Most Sacred Wounds, I may quickly come to great holiness for love of Thee." This is the essence of these special Lessons/Meditations including Lesson/Meditation #72 from Our Lady below.
Lessons/Meditations from Our Lord and Our Lady to
the Hidden Flower of the Immaculate Heart

Lesson/Meditation #72:
THE HOLY SPIRIT ANIMATES THE CORPORAL WORKS OF MERCY!
(Imparted on February 3, 1995 to the Hidden Flower by Our Lady)

Feast of Saint Blase
     Beloved Hidden Flower of my Immaculate Heart, I am here with you as I guide you ever closer to the refuge of my Divine Sonís Sacred Heart. On this day may all my little ones give honor, praise and worship to my Divine Sonís Sacred Heart, and may all make reparation for all abuses committed against Him.

      Today, I will speak to all my children on that corporal work of Mercy which tells you to give drink to the thirsty.

      My little ones all of the corporal works of Mercy tend toward the care of your mortal body, according to Godís Perfect Will. Therefore, I say again that before you can fulfill a corporal act of Mercy itís origin must come from the heart and soul animated by the grace of the Holy Spirit.

     Little children, when you in loving charity give to the poor so that they might eat you also procure for them drink which also nourishes and sustains the body. When you offer hospitality in your home, community meeting place or place of work, you are to refresh your neighbor and quench his physical thirst. All of the corporal works or acts of Mercy are an aid to fulfilling the Spiritual Works of Mercy, which are of much greater merit for all.

     Remember, too, to make sacrifices in your daily life. In many parts of the world there is scant water for millions of my children. Yet, if God in His Wisdom has blessed you with an abundance of water, do not waste this gift. Be prudent in its use to not only quench your thirst. Water prepares the food grown where sufficient rainfall permits the growth of crops. Water bathes, cleanses, soothes, cools. You must, then, in Mercy for all who have little or none of this precious gift, contain your use to what you truly need, wasting not one drop upon yourself. Godís Infinite Merits will then supply to those who lack what He Wills to give them, blessing your sacrifice.

     Therefore, little children, wisely use what God has given to you, and pray and sacrifice daily for those less fortunate. God shall bless you and them, both now and in Eternity.

NEXT INSTALLMENT: Lesson/Meditation #73:"I THIRST!"

February 10, 1998     volume 9, no. 29    THE HIDDEN WAY



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