DAILY CATHOLIC   TUESDAY, January 27, 1998   volume 9, no. 19


Lessons/Meditations from Our Lord and Our Lady to

the Hidden Flower of the Immaculate Heart

Lesson/Meditation #70:


(Imparted on February 2, 1995 to the Hidden Flower by Our Lord)
Feast of the Presentation

      Beloved Hidden Flower of My Mother’s Immaculate Heart, Peace! I love you. All I have foretold you shall come to pass. Fear nothing.

      On this beautiful feast when My Holy Mother and My chaste, holy foster father presented Me in the temple, I come now to all My children to speak now on the corporal works of Mercy.

      O! How great is My Divine Mercy. How unlimited. How little loved and asked for. But lo, this is truly a sign of these end times, which must be fulfilled, but by your unity to My Will may yet be mitigated through Mercy!

      When I walked among you I taught you that all you do for the least of My brethren, you do to Me. Thus, My children, when out of pride, out of greed, lust, envy and all manner of evil you are not merciful to all, you shun Me, mock Me and make My Most Sacred Heart weep tears of Blood. I gave Myself wholly to you. Can you, then, do less for Me?

      Let us begin with the admonition "Feed the Hungry!" Who is hungry? Yourself? By worldly standards, My children, you judge who is hungry because they are "poor" financially.

      I lived as a beggar to teach you that God bestows great riches on some, while to the multitude He gives little, that your souls, through Mercy, may be made charitable.

      And where is Mercy today? Social justice is nothing more than pride disguised as self-righteousness and judgmentalness. It is politics, not Mercy. You do not need man-made laws to tell you to whom you must give and to whom you must not. All are My children, Whom I love with Infinite Love.

      You do not give of your own need, as did the widow whom I pointed out to you in Sacred Scripture. You give from excess, and then feel self-satisfaction that you have been Merciful. Those who behave in this manner have already received their reward because they seek worldly praise for their deed.

      What then must you do to truly feed the hungry? First, do not question if one is hungry out of their own lack of labor to earn their daily bread. That is for Me to judge. If you see anyone in need do not even wait for them to ask, but go to them and give of what I have already given unto you. Do so with love, and give My Peace and blessing to them. If they are sick and weak, you procure for them what food you can and bring it to them. When you do this, you are by My side in My Crucifixion. You comfort and console Me, and make My Bitter Passion Joy, for you learn of Me and follow Me, and shall be with Me for all eternity.

      Behold! So vast are the hungry that it is proper to give to those charitable organizations which seek to procure foods for nations suffering famine. When you feed the hungry in this way, you must remember all who suffer the cruel pangs of hunger and starvation in constant prayer that their own suffering may become meritorious for them. You must also sacrifice for them by eating less of your own excess, and striving to use My gifts for My glory at all times! Do not lavish great banquets upon yourselves-but learn to live in all simplicity. The more simply you live, the greater My Mercy will be to you and to all the world.

      Be merciful in your earthly journey, trusting in My Infinite Merits alone to clothe you at the moment of Justice. Be not afraid if you give food to the hungry, and the person shows no gratitude. Do not expect gratitude from anyone—only Me and in that way all your works are blessed by Me and you remain humble and pure, of childlike faith.

      You must deny no one who hungers! You must pray, sacrifice and seek every means to help them. I solemnly tell you that in these end times such Mercy shall be rewarded a hundred-fold, for I Myself shall feed you, my merciful child.

      Learn this lesson well, little children. Learn now to see all through the eyes of Mercy, and in this way you shall not know darkness. I love and bless each of you. Seek My Way and live My Mercy. I Come!


January 1998